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This was great! I made one change I left out the raisins and added more curry powder. I served the mixture over rice. Then I had a choice of condo mints to place on top such as mango chutney raisins coconut banana bacon chopped onions chopped eggs and peanuts. Delicious and a huge hit with family and guests
Pretty good but a little sweeter than I prefer. Next time I'll try leaving out the brown sugar. I made this a second time with half the brown sugar which was an improvement. The big improvement though was serving this with a dollop of Greek yogurt. Yum!
I cooked this for Mother's day and it was VERY tasty and not too sweet. I cooked it again with chicken drumsticks and the meat was falling off the bone it was so juicy. I didn't have any Granny Smith apples but Braeburn worked just as well.
Have made it twice and for a group of friends last night and it was a total hit! I almost burned it....actually did a little but it tasted great. A good one to make for company...one pot meal. I used chicken thighs for could not afford the lamb but it was delicious indeed. Outside of changing to chicken I kept to the recipe. We love Indian food and go constantly to a wonderful place. I actually found this recipe on their site and when I hit the picture it took me to this site...which is my favorite and to this recipe. Ate there a few days ago and thanked them for sending me to this site and recipe! My husband loved it!!
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