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one word, YUM! I used chicken breasts because I hate picking meat off bones. I love lots and lots of herbs and spices on things and this was great. I can't wait to experiment with other meats!
Pretty good chicken. I used 2 large chicken breasts that I cut into pieces and skewered, then cooked on the grill. I ended up having some rub left over, so put on a couple pieces of tilapia which was good as well. I used chili powder since I didn't have the dried chiles and added some cayenne for heat.
I really thought I'd love this one but i found the pepper to dominating and it failed to allow the other flavours to shine.
Very good! I skipped the sugar because my husband doesn't like it. Will make it again, thanks!
I really enjoyed this. I did substitute olive oil for the butter. The end result was tangy, with a surprising hint of sweetness. Not too spicy and not too sweet - just very tasty. As well this is incredibly easy to put together, with a quick preparation time. I will definitely be making this again.
Pretty dang good if you ask me. I love the low-fattness of it!! And you were right about the discription...peppery, garlicy, sweetish. Very Yummy. We had it with rice, just as you suggested, and it was very good! Thank You!
Excellent Angie.I can't wait to try this recipe with pork chops.Thanks for a great recipe.This is a keeper.
I made this with boneless skinless chicken breasts without changing anything. I served it on a bed of Jasmine rice. It was quite good. I will make it again, however I think next time I will thin the tomato paste some as it was a bit thick for my preference, but the flavor was excellent.