Reviews for Curried Coconut Chicken
I will not be making this again to sweet
no flavor. TOo thin and really tasteless. I followed the recipe exactly.
I love chicken curry, and I have 3 recipes that I inter-change. This, however, is now my favorite. My husband made it last night, and it was GREAT -full of flavor, just spicy enough, and healthy. What more could you ask for??? Thanks so much for sharing this recipe - we will make it again and again :-)
Just straight weird! It is like tomato soup with a hint of curry.
Thank you but too mild. I agree with another review that said "It tasted like canned tomato soup" with coconut milk and mild curry flavor. My family agreed. Of course, we love spicy so this recipe was way too mild for us even after adding some ingredients of my own. I'll go back to the other curry recipe I have. For those of you who prefer mild curry, you might like this...just not for me.
Tried the original recipe as submitted. Maybe good if you're not used to indian food. The canned sauce and tomatos were just that - canned tomatos that overwhelmed the dish.
Delicous!! Not spicy which is great for the family. I have made it twice in the last week. Great leftovers. I followed directions but used 2 TBSP. of sugar. Kept lid on while simmering for 20 min. then with lid off 20 min. Thickens right up. Great recipe!!! Served over rice and had steamed broccoli on the side with some naan bread from trader joes.
We have been trying out different types of food, when I came to this recipe. Now, never having eatin' Indian food, this was good. I can't say pretty good cause I have not had anything to compare it to. I did add little red potatoes. My kids love potatoes. I have to admit though, I don't much like the odor of curry all through out my home, but might still cook this again. Thanks!
I would not give this recipe 4.5 stars. It was pretty disappointing. This one just didn't taste good. Maybe it was too much tomato flavor and sugar. It was very simple to make so I give it 2 stars. Im in still in search of a delicious curry recipe.
This was fantastic, so easy, just let simmer until sauce is thick, My husband ate so much he got a belly ache, serve with a side of fresh pineapple, the flavors compliment each other great, a really great dish I will make often
Easy to make and tastes great! I added more vegetables, including green bell peppers, orange bell peppers, baby corn, and celery, to my liking when I made it for the first time. My guests loved it to.
Excellent! Used light coconut milk and thickend sauce with a corn starch slurry. Will definitely make again.
Deeee-lish! Only things I did differently were omitting all the sugar (used a teaspoon of it to only cut acidity of tomatoes) and used olive oil, not veg. Really, this is one of the best recipes I've found on here...thanks, Roma! And the pic of your baby boy is adorable too.
Hated it! I tasted it while it was simmering and it did, in fact, taste like tomato soup! No curry or coconut flavor to be found! I had to dump my entire bottle of curry powder into it to make it taste moderately of curry and it is still too sweet, the 3 Tbsp sugar is a HUGE mistake! This is more like ketchup on rice, but might taste better if you put potatoes in it while simmering, because potatoes and ketchup is always good, lol! I was worried after reading the original review that said it tasted like tomato soup but decided to try it anyway, as I know there are always those people who love it and hate it and thought I would be another lover of it, and nope! They were right! I even did as Cook Stephanie said and made the "broth". Did not affect the flavor one bit, the tomato overpowers everything.
This was really great! An easy, fabulous tasting meal! We will make it again and add veggies into the mix.
I love curry.. and I have never been able to make a dish that tasted like the "real thing".. This was it! I used red curry and it worked great. Someone had mentioned that it was soupy.. A lot of thin sauce, but I pulled the chiken out and reduced the sauce for a few minutes so the chicken wouldn't overcook. I added red bell peppers and used a can of diced tomatoes with chiles (that was the only one I had)which gave it a bit more of a kick. I still added a little bit of red pepper flakes, served it over jazmine rice and it was a hit! Thank you!
Mmm...so good! I served with coconut rice, preparing long grain rice to package directions and substituting about half of the 2 cups of water with coconut milk. Just perfect!
This recipe was quick, simple and very good. I think it would also be good if substituted half of the chicken w/ shrimp.
Is it Indian or Carribean, all I can say is this is one terrific recipe! I added sweet and maharaja curry powders and garlic to peanut oil, added the chicken, and wow! the beautiful golden color that chicken turns! I then added onion, green/yellow pepper srips, and a handful of shredded carrot. But the best part comes when you add the coconut milk (I used light) and tomatoes and sauce, it is a lovely pastel salmon orange. I added a handful of frozen peas right before taking off the heat and served with basmati rice. Thank you Roma!
I decided to not use the tomato sauce, and just use the diced tomatoes. This was still waayy to much tomatoe. It tasted more like a tomatoe soup, and curry chicken. I could not taste the curry or coconut at all
This was outstanding! I actually used bone-in, skin-on thighs. After cooking the curry with the oil, adding the onion & garlic, then adding the tomato, I braised the thighs with the curry for about 20-30 minutes. I then mixed the remaining ingredients and put the lid on to simmer for about an hour. The chicken was done to perfection. I topped with fresh cilantro and served over rice. The family loved it! Will be making again. Next time I will add chunks of zucchini and sliced fresh mushroom. I think I will also add pineapple chunks and add the juice in place of the sugar.
Wow! This is so aromatic -- the taste is great, but if it turns out you don't like curry, a warning that the smell will remain for days unless you air out your house and turn the Central air unit off! I was concerned about curry, as my kids don't usually like spicy food...but it turns out that this one is a keeper. Here are my changes: I only had 0.5 kg of chicken breast that I thinly sliced (that's just over 1 lb); I used 3 green onions instead of 1/2 a regular cooking onion; I used canola oil in place of vegetable oil...and I didn't reduce the amounts in the rest of the recipe. It turns out there's a lot of liquid in there! I served it over brown rice to soak up the juices. My husband loved the sauce so much that he took out some bread and soaked up some more. This is a highly recommended recipe for those who like a little variety.
It tasted too much like tomato soup. If I make this again, I will eliminate the tomato sauce.
Tasty! Not as spicy as I would imagine a thai curry would be... The coconut really smooths it out. Very tasty overall!
I signed up for allrecipes just so I could review this! Of several recipes that I've made from this site, this one has been the BEST! I did add a few things that I had laying around, and it added a nice texture to the sauce. I added sliced carrots, diced potato, peas, and broccoli. I will absolutely be making this several more times! Yummm! :)
This was a pretty good recipe. i've made it twice the first following the original recipe and the second time omitting the tomato sauce and draining the diced tomatoes, i increased the curry powder and added some cayene pepper to give it a little more heat. it was great that night but even better the next day. this will be a regular at my dinner table.
I absolutely love this recipe. This was actually the first salty dish I've ever made and my parents thought I had a gift for cooking! The curry is creamy and of perfect texture. The coconut spices the whole dish up! My recommendations: If you're not sure what kind/brand of curry to use: Try McCormicks. I love their curry! Any other curry powder I used didn't have the same strong flavor as McCormicks. When I added all the sugar, my family considered it a little too sweet. Try adding a tablespoon at a time and tasting it to be sure you didn't add too much. Don't get sweetened coconut milk. Or buy very slightly sweetened coconut milk. If it is sweetened, add no sugar or less. Once I accidently bought sweetened coconut milk and added a lot of sugar...I had to add lots of milk to dilute the flavor which made the curry all watery.
I love both Chicken and Coconut and this recipe looked good I added Tomato Sauce (ketchup)as i didnt have a can of Tomato sauce, followed the recipe up until covering and simmering I placed it all in a Casserole dish and added a good handful of rice this takes on all the flavours and makes the dish less runny I then put it in the oven gas mark 6 for 1 hour and it was fantastic
Even though I screwed this up a bit, it was still fabulous. I used too much tomato sauce and ended up adding sour cream to thicken it a bit. I also added more garlic (minced) and some red curry paste for a little extra kick.
This was good! The chicken was tender enough to cut with my fork! I added some jalapeno pepper as suggested by another reviewer. I only added 2 TBS of sugar, which was enough for me. Update: I originally gave this 4 stars but I'm changing to 5 stars. The dish is so much better the next day. Everyone I served this to loved it!
Loved, loved, loved this! So good. Didn't quite use the whole two pounds of chicken and next time I will. I think that will make it even better - if possible. Oh and I did add a bit more tomatoes than it called for, because I like tomatoes. Thanks so much for sharing!
I followed the recipe except I added 1.5 lbs of chicken, .5lb of potatoes, chopped ginger, and hot sauce . I let it cook for a little over an hour until the sauce was thick. After it was done I found it to be too sweet. I used unsweetened coconut milk and I only added 2 tbls of sugar. I tried everything to tone down the sugar but nothing worked. I will attempt to make this again with much less sugar and better quality curry powder. The traditional curry smell did not fill my home and I used 4 tbls of powder. My local grocery store doesn't carry international seasoning, but I will venture out to a Indian market next time.
Yummy! We will certainly have this again!
We made two curry recipes from thid website and this one was the best! It was too sweet so next time I will do half as much sugar and we like spicy, so I added a tablespoon of red curry paste and the dish rocked our world!
Not Bad. I also omitted the tomato sauce. I only used one tablespoon of sugar and 4 cloves of garlic. I also used diced tomatoes and added a bit of dried celery powder and parsley. I also used curry paste instead of powder. I think that the flavor is better. Next time I will dice the onions instead of shredding them because I found it not to blend with the meat as well.
Did I do something wrong? I followed the recipe but this didn't have any flavor and was really soupy!
Wonderful! My friend who I made this for said "I have died and gone to Heaven!" The only changes I made was to use unsweetened coconut milk, and used partially drained Rotel tomatoes (with the peppers) for added kick. So tasty and will be making this many more times.
This is very very yummy. I added double the curry powder, about a tsp of cayenne and a little cumin. I also added 2 large potatoes and a carrot. It was so delicious! Even better as leftovers!
While this was a good dish, it wasn't a home run for me. My husband liked it a lot though. I would give it three stars and he would give it 5 stars...so I'll split the difference with 4.
I don't change a thing and this one is a winner with the family everytime.
This was a very flavorful dish that my husband and even 19 month old enjoyed. It is excellent served over rice. Personally, I would cut down on the amount of liquids added at the end, and bump up the amount of curry and garlic for a bit more spiciness. But a very tasty meal.
We loved this recipe! The 2tblsp of curry powder was perfect for us since my husband doesnt usually like curry and myself being pregnant, this didnt give me heart burn - it wasnt too spicy at all. I did change a couple of things though.. Instead of tomato sauce i used tomato paste and i also added 2 table spoons of heavy cream. The curry came out so creamy and not watery at all. I also used only 2 tblsp of sugar instead of 3. Delicious!
I've made recipes off this site many times, and most of them have been good. But this one was so good, I'm leaving my first review. This recipe was unbelievable. I only made two changes, both minor. I added some lemongrass and crushed red pepper. SO GOOD.
Full of flavor!! one of my favorite recipe!! thank you so much!
This curry has a nice flavor and we really enjoyed it. I didn't have any tomato sauce, so I used 2T of tomato paste & 1/2 cup water instead. I also had a couple carrots to use, so I chopped them and threw them in. I followed the cooking instructions exactly & everything thickened up nicely, so no complaints here! Served over jasmine rice and it was delicious! This would go great with steamed cauliflower on the side. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
Excellent and very quick and easy to make on a weeknight. I do not add the sugar, however. It makes it too sweet to my family's liking.
So yummy and it warms your tummy! I used light coconut milk to decrease calories. I also added some siracha hot sauce because I like my curry pretty spicy. It was easy and turned out great! For anyone on Weight Watchers: Using the light coconut milk and serving with a 1/2 cup of brown rice, this recipe is only 7pts per serving!
I was very hesitant, but I did follow the recipe. Next time I'll: Double curry (I used 1/2 vindaloo curry and 1/2 regular yellow curry) instead of decreasing sugar. Use less than half of the tomato sauce. Chunks of tomatoes aren't in the least bit authentic, so next time I'll omit them completely. I'd recommend adding fresh sweet basil and a splash of fish sauce. Bamboo shoots and red peppers make this even more authentic. Whoever recommended cooking the curry into the oil first was brilliant. It's an important step you shouldn't miss. I'd say the recipe needs work. You must taste it, and adjust the spices to your liking. If you're looking for a one dish curry chicken, it passes. Since it's milder, kids probably will like it. Not what I'd consider an "authentic" recipe, however.
I personally would have given this recipe two stars. I personally did not like this. The recipe was simple to make. However, my husband who proclaims he hates coconut loved this chicken. Which is why i give it more stars. I suppose its all about preference!
I had boneless thighs, and diced tomatoes here. Sauteed the spices in the oil for several minutes, then added the onion and sauteed 'til translucent, then added chicken and sateed 'til cooked through as per another Indian reviewer suggested. I added a bit more cumin and some garam masala to taste, and did the same with sugar, I'm sure it was less than 3T. This was so yummy we had it 2 nights in a row.
This is one of my favorite dishes on this site and I have made it dozens of times on 6 different stove tops. But I am giving the recipe 4 stars because I would not be as excited to make it the way it is written. The dish is only perfect (and therefore 5-star-worthy) after a considerable amount of changes. This is how I alter the Ingredients list: 1)I use 6 chicken breasts halves (or 3 breasts) 2) 2 teaspoons of salt 3) 4 TBS curry powder 4) 6 TBS brown sugar IF coconut Milk is unsweetened (and most are). (This may seem like a lot, but the sweetness is subtle) 5) 2 15oz cans of tomato sauce (I’ve made it with diced and the tomato taste was overpowering) 6) 2 medium potatoes, cubed and preboiled w/ a little bit of salt. This is how I alter the directions list: A) I follow another reviewer’s suggestion and heat curry powder in skillet for 5 minutes, then another 10 minutes after onion/garlic are added (This is a MUST; it adds a beautiful spicy taste) B) I add boiled potatoes in pan AFTER everything has been simmering for 15 minutes. I simmer for another 15 minutes) I have made this with tomato paste many times as others have suggested, but have decided that it is too thick. Serving suggestions: 1)It goes well with either jasmine or basmati rice (please, no Uncle Ben's) 2)It also tastes really good with spaghetti as an alternative to pasta sauce. I know that this sounds odd, but my sister-in-law (a very clever chef)put the leftover coconut curry with spaghetti once and i
Very good. I used the whole onion, doubled the garlic, and lite coconut milk. There are LOTS of leftovers (for 2 people).
So, so, good! I didn't have the full 2 lbs. of chicken so instead, towards the end I added some yellow squash to make up the difference. Wow! Delicious and healthy! I served this over rice stick noodles.
I love Indian food and cook it relatively often. I initially made this as instructed and I found it bland and cloyingly sweet. I tried to rescue it with an inch of grated fresh ginger, some red pepper powder, and more garlic. We ate it, but no one in the house cared for it.
Fantastic base recipe!! I added potatoes, carrots, green onions and fresh corriander, drained the stewed tomatoes, subbed paste for the sauce, and decreased the amount of sugar.
It was very disappointing. No taste.
Lovely, although I think it's a crime to cook breast fillets for so long as they tend to dry out, a little less cooking time will be my option next time.
This was good. We kept the sugar out, and added peas.
This was fantastic. Very similar to what a restaurant serves here in Boulder. The only changes I made was that I added thinly sliced carrots and sliced celery (both about 1/3 cup) with the onion. However, I was out of onions and used a scallions instead. I served this over an aromatic white rice that my brother gave me from Carolina. It was perfect! Wonderful recipe. Thank you for sharing!
Fantastic! I love the flavor of this dish and have made it with both full-fat and low-fat coconut milk and I think it is delicious either way.
I followed the recipe exactly, there was just something off about the flavor.
This is delicious! I use a 20 oz can of whole tomatoes instead of stewed, and don't add tomato sauce. It's really good with pork. Follow the advice about cooking the curry powder in the oil for a few minutes before adding anything else. I also add frozen peas, cauliflower, and red or orange peppers about 5 minutes before I'm ready to serve.
Like others I made a few modifications to fit what I had on hand: 2 # boneless pork loin-cubed, low-fat coconut milk, 1 small can each tomato sauce and paste. Plus I reduced sugar to 2 Tbs, cooked in a crock-pot on low for 10 hours, used a whole onion and stirred in a defrosted large bag of frozen baby peas just before we ate. Wonderful! Delightful color, flavor and everyone had seconds. A keeper recipe, easy and quick and with the kids starting the rice cooker for me (sweet, short grain organic brown rice, yum), dinner was ready when I walked through the door. The changes turned a great entrée into a wonderful one dish meal followed by fresh honeydew melon for desert
This is a really great recipe. It's simple and always turns out tasty. I follow the directions of another reviewer and make the "broth" as she suggested.
AVOID THIS RECIPE! This was tomato soup with chicken and onions. It didn't taste like curry, it did not have a pleasant color. It was gross and I just wasted all that money on ingredients and half my curry powder bottle on something disgusting. I should have known when I saw no other recipes that called for tomato in curry. Ugh, I'm so upset!
This was very good over jasmine rice. My partner LOVED it and said it's one of his new favorite dishes. I'd never cooked a curried dish before, so I was a little worried about messing it up, but it would honestly be pretty difficult to make a mistake here. This is already a pretty healthy dish, but I did slim it down a bit by using light organic coconut milk. It came out great!
I made this for dinner today I followed the recipe and added some pineapple chunks, it taste fine aside from the curry powder I dont know, I found it so rough to eat, maybe my powder is not a good brand or something. and hubby said its sweet maybe because of 3tbsp of sugar and pineapple chunks is too much.
I followed other people's reviews and cooked the curry and oil for about 10 minutes, and then added the onion and cooked until translucent. I added some Jamaican Hot Peppers too. Added the chicken and cooked for 10 minutes and added the remaining ingredients. I simmered it for just over an hour and the chicken was soooo tender! My boyfriend said this was restaurant quality and he has very high standards!! I though this was very good. The sauce was a little too watery, so I did use some cornstartch at the end and it turned out nice (but a lot of sauce, so maybe next time I'll cut down on the wet ingredients a bit). I served it with "Zucchini and Potato Bake" and it was wonderful.
I was so sure I was gong to like this - it had great reviews! Followed the recipe to they"T" too ... Had to thicken it (too runny) and it just tasted like tomato soup with chicken. The chicken could have cooked in the 30-40 minute simmer - which would have saved a lot of time too. I love curry too but I don't recommend this one ;(
I made this for dinner tonight after a friend had recommended this specific recipe. It was very good- a tad spicy- but good. I think the next time I make it I will do slightly less curry powder and also add in some garam masala to give it a more Indian flavor. I just didn't think the curry powder alone added enough flavor. I am also going to try slowly adding the coconut milk in to avoid the very tiny white dots. My husband has done this with other Indian dishes he's made- slowly adding the yogurt and/or cream helped to eliminate the little tiny curdeling that happens. It doesn't taste any different it just looks more "professional" and appealing. Oh, I'm also going to add some golden raisins and cashews the next time around! Can't wait to make it again!
I followed the recipe ingredients exactly as written. I did follow chef Stephanie's review and cooked the curry and oil for 5 minutes, added the onion and garlic, and then simmered until the onions were transluscent. I also simmered the whole dish without a lid for about 50 minutes. The sauce or gravy was thick and a rich red. As I looked at the photos I think that those who cooked the curry and oil longer ended up with more of a red sauce and those that didn't ended up with more of a yellow gravy. I loved the final result, and will certainly make this again.
If you like Thai food you will love the unique flavor that this has to offer.
DH and I made this together the other night and it was delicious! We severed it over rice with asparagus on the side and it made a lovely meal. The leftovers re-heated were delicious too. We will definitely make it again. Thanks for the recipe.
I made this recipe as my first attempt ever at a curry. I'd read some comments suggesting that it was too sweet, so I cut back the sugar to 1 T instead of 3. I also added some fresh cilantro and some crushed hot pepper flakes because I like the heat. I cooked the curry one day in advance and simmered the chicken in it for an hour before serving - I added some fresh red and yellow bell peppers along with the chicken. When I made the curry (a day ahead) and gave it a taste test, I was very unhappy with the results. Even after cutting out 2/3rds of the sugar, it was unpalatably sweet. Having come this far though, I pressed on and put it in the fridge to eat the next day. After adding the peppers and chicken, I was amazed at what a day's rest could do. The flavours had mellowed a lot, blended together, and the overpowering sweetness was gone. If you make this recipe, do it a day in advance! It was GREAT the next day and went from a mistake to a tasty meal overnight. I'll make this again.
Honestly, if I knew cooking with curry was this easy, i would have eaten it a lot more throughout the years!! I did do a couple of changes... i've doubled the coconut milk and the tomato paste, as I wanted more of a 'coconut' flavor. I also wanted extra sauce, as I added some potatoes, green peppers, onions and extra black pepper to the mix. Fabulous over rice!
This was really good, the only thing I did differently was used tofu instead of chicken. Definitely marinate the tofu and cook it separately, otherwise it's a little to "tofo-ish".
I cooked this exactly as the recipe specified. It was delicious! The entire family loved it! I served it over couscous instead of rice as I was out of rice. Great recipe!
I added potatoes and carrots to the dish. I used canned chopped tomatoes ( not stewed) and cooked the curry in the oil for a few minuets like the others suggested. I used light coconut milk from trader joes. I don't have anything to compare this to since I rarely eat curry, but man this was good!! I served this with brown rice. This had plenty of spice, I didn't need to add any extra heat. All curry powders are not created equal so check before you add any more spice.
I thought this was pretty good. It is very soupy. I believe next time I will omit the 8 oz. tomato sauce. I added 2 large diced potatoes, several sliced carrots and a handful of peas to give it a little more color. I also used diced tomatoes itstead of stewed. I also will say that I stuck with the 3 Tbsp. of sugar and thought it was just right.
Very good, but missing something with a little more zip, though I can't put my finger on what
Absolutely Delicious! Not sure if this would be considered Indian or Thai, but I would say it rivals any similar dish served at the best of these restaurants around here. I followed the recipe as written, but used about half as much sugar (after tasting the sauce, 3 Tblsp. seemed a little too much). I also added some cubed potatoes, carrots, and frozen peas to get in some veggies:) Served with basmati rice and simple cucumber salad. Perfect!
this was excellent!! everyone in the family loved it. I doubled the curry like many suggested, used about half the tomato sauce, added hot pepper flakes, and served it over jasmine rice. Also, I used olive oil instead of vegetable oil, and added the curry to the oil to create a past before I added the onions and garlic. Will definitely make this again!! Thanks for the recipe :)
Very good! I put in about 3 TBL curry powder and will try 4 next time. Also, I did make a butter and flour rue to mix in at the end to thicken it up. Definately needs to be served over a good rice, like basmati.
Very good basic recipe. I use Quorn chikn (to make it vegetarian), add another TBS curry, and use less tomato sauce. This has become one of our regular dinners.
I don't have much experience with true curry dishes so I don't have much to base off of previous dishes I have made. Still, my husband enjoyed the flavor and we will make this again. This makes a lot of food and a lot of sauce. I wish the sauce was a bit thicker, but I can work that out. This was also a dish that we just kept eating and eating...bowlfuls and bowlfuls were consumed. My 3 year old son liked this a lot too. So it can appeal to a lot of ages.
Yep def-get ur TK- down pat and its fabulous by TK I mean thardka... I'm white married to an wast Indian and have learned that the body if flavour is enhanced when its cooked into the oil---essentially homemade curried paste/oil...... And after I make my TK I often put it in a slow cooker with all the other things and eat it 4-6 hours later and it's less mess to clean after and full flavoured and enough to feed a small army or put in freezer bags and lay flat in the freezer for a crazy busy day or sudden company!
Very good. I did not add the tomatoes, but kept everything else the same.
Very good - I also added green and red peppers.
This was good. I used madras curry powder (what I had on hand) and added 1 cup frozen peas at the end. Thanks for sharing :)
This was absolutely delicious! One of the best recipes I have made in a while. I made half the recipe with chicken and half with firm tofu. I separated the curry/oil/onion/garlic mixture into two pans and put a pound of chicken into one and half a package of drained tofu into the other. Then I just divided the rest of the ingredients between the two pans and treated each the same. It was wonderful! Served with basmati rice and peas. Thanks so much!
My fiancé and I love this dish. We like our food spicy so we add in extra curry powder. We have also made this with shrimp. We make the sauce first and then add in the shrimp at the very end to avoid over cooking it. Yummy!!
absolutely delicious! i did some changes that other reviewers suggested: i omitted the tomato sauce and drained the diced tomatoes before i added them. also, i added a bit of cayenne pepper to spice it up. yum!!
Was pretty good, a little bland so I added some more curry powder and cooked it for a few more minutes. Added some honey too for an additional level of flavor.
This was pretty good. It's not a recipe I'd use often but it wasn't bad. I added a green bell pepper and more spices because by itself it was bland. Not sure if I'll make this again.
This is very very good! Creamy and delicious! We followed the recipe exactly and I wouldn't make any changes the next time.
This was absolutely amazing. I halved the recipe and ditched the can of tomato sauce. I also added a can of drained garbanzo beans to make it more filling. Thank you for this recipe!!
This recipe makes a wonderful chicken. I used Cook Stephanie`s recommendations about curry broth, I used only 1 tbs sugar and it was just to my family taste. Very easy to make and so delicious...
this tasted nothing like curry but i still rated it a 5 because it was so good. i followed the recipe to the T and it came out perfect. i will for sure make this over and over. it tasted more like a tomato soup chicken with a hint of curry. maybe next time i will either 86 the tomato sauce or cut down on it. amazing though!!!
This was amazing! Of all coconut curries I've made (Martin Yan, etc.) this is absolutely the best and it's so simple. I use lite coconut milk and added some vegetables at the end. One cooked, cubed Yukon potato (sweet potato would be great) and some frozen peas made this a complete meal. Will definitely make this again.