By tigerduck on December 10, 2005
Photo by tunasushi
Photo by tunasushi
"This tasty chicken needs less preparation than most other Indian chicken dishes I know. There won't be a sauce, therefore I suggest you serve this with a flavoured rice rather than with plain. Together with your favourite raita, this makes a lovely meal. Recipe source is the 'Good Food' magazine November 05. Marinating time of at least 30 minutes and up to 24 hours is not included in the preparation time. Enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (271 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This recipe is not "WOW", but its okay...I wouldnt call it Kolkata Chilli Chicken...It isnt very Indian at all......Its silghtly peppery, and needed more salt, which I added. About a tsp more. THANKS!"
"I cut way back on the oil and halved the white pepper but otherwise followed the recipe. I didn't care for it but Dh ate his AND mine."
"My DH and I LOVED this! It is so flavorful and not too spicy. I followed the recipe exactly, except I didn't have cornflour so I just ground up some cornmeal and used serrano peppers. I marinated the chicken for 24hrs. This was very easy to make and, even better, I usually have all the ingredients on hand so I can make it anytime!It was so good, we kept eating even though we were beyond full :) I served it with some naan that I found at Trader Joe's. Thanks so much for sharing this!!!"
"This was simply delicious!! It was very easy to make and sooo tasty. My 6 year old even loved it because the spicy taste was well balanced with the other flavors. I am not sure how, but I ended up with sauce which was also great."
"This was really good. My husband declared this dish to be one of the best things I'd ever made. I used 2 jalapenos, brown sugar instead of raw sugar and garlic/chili paste instead of the chili powder. I made brown jasmine rice cooked w/ chicken broth instead of water. All together, a very delicious and healthy dish."
"Wow! This is absolutely wonderful. I just finished the last of the leftovers and wish I had more. I served it with couscous on a whim, and it was just great. What a keeper! Thanks very, very much!"