By love4culinary on June 02, 2004
Photo by kiwidutch
Photo by kiwidutch
"This is a recipe that I developed from a mixture of recipes, adapting to our tastes. I hope you enjoy it :) Time to make doesn't include time to marinate. Cooking time is an estimate, depending on how hot your grill is and how big your chicken cubes are. :)"
Serving Size: 1 (215 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made this today and it was very yummy. Nice mix of flavors. Also very simple to make. I only used 1/4 teaspoon cayenne and that was plenty of spice for us."
"I loved this recipe! What great flavor. I did not have yogurt so I used some sour cream and it didn't seem to affect thet taste at all. I will definitely make this one again. Thanks for posting."
"Great recipe! Fixed this last nite on the grill and we loved it. I used more cayenne than called for...used 2 Tablespoons and I also sprinkle more cayenne on right before I brushed with olive oil. I did not use the tumeric. Loved it sprinkled with lime juice while eating and we also used blue cheese dressing to dip it in. Thanks for the recipe."
"YUM! We made this last night for dinner and it was a hit. I didn't use as much cayenne as called for, just a good sized pinch, cuz of a couple finicky eaters in our family. Even so, it was very very good. I loved the flavor combo, so good. Thank you for sharing your recipe with my family."
"Way too hot!! My wife rinsed the sauce off of hers prior to grilling, and they were still pretty spicy. I would agree with everyone who recommends cutting the pepper down, I would go down to 1 tablespoon. Nice mix of flavors, though, besides the heat."
"Wow! Really, really good. Can't wait to make this again. I added a bit extra garlic."
"I wish I could give this recipe 6 stars! It was so good. I took it to a potluck and everyone else seemed to like it too. The only thing is that I read the recipe wrong and thought it wasx 2.5 teaspoons of cayenne. Since people were talking about decreasing the pepper, I decreased it to 1.5 teaspoons! It really could have used more spice. Next time I will probably try putting in just over a tablespoon and see how that goes."
"Excellent. Personally, I loved the amount of cayenne pepper, but I lived in London(UK) for many years and love spicy Chicken Tikka. I always have a dish of cucumber raita (cucumber and yoghurt) nearby if the children want to cool their mouths. Thank you."
"I was glad that I tried this.. it was very different to marinated recipes I had used before, having said that it still tasted different to what I had anticipated. We ate it and enjoyed well enough but it won't be a favourite as it's just not close enough to our personal preferences. Please see my rating system: it's not a bad recipe at all.. just not for us. It was worth a try :) Thanks !"
"Pretty good recipe. Had to reread it several times, I couldn't believe the amount of cayenne pepper was correct! I did about 2 Tbs and it was pretty spicy. I love hot foods, but I think I'll try 1 Tbs next time!"
"I made this for the ZWTII and it was great, I served it with Asian Lime Sauce for dipping recipe #120396. Thanks for submitting this great Recipe!"
"Excellent! I used 1.5T of cayenne and that was just right for us .. thanks!"
"I have to say that this is a recipe unlike anything I have ever made before. I've had it in my cookbook for a while and upon seeing the great pic I just had to give it a go. I have never used turmeric before so I was a bit apprehensive but I was very pleased with the results and the combination of the spices and the lime was an absolute taste sensation. I threw this on the grill with a combination of veggies and we all really enjoyed it. I can't believe I waited so long to give this a shot. Thanks for sharing!"
"Followed the recipe exactly, didn't care for the flavor all that much personally. It was really easy to do though, and it looked really nice. But it wasn't a flavor combination that I particularly care...however, I think I may try it again once my DH comes back from Korea, I think it is something he'll love."
"I followed the recipe except I used 1 tsp of cayenne. We enjoyed it with the lesser amount and especially liked the lime. "