Based on the common ingredients and how vile the marinade smelled, I didn't expect much from this recipe, but it was really good. If I were to change anything, I might add just a teeny bit more curry. It's so subtle, it borders on the non existent.
Being the one person left in Texas who does NOT own a grill, I broiled the chicken thighs instead. I'm sure a grill would have brought out more of the caramelized flavor, but my way was much easier to clean up after!
I used a regular grill (not a grill pan) and the grill smoked so much and the chicken burnt a little. So for sure use the grill pan. However, the flavor was good, but nothing too special (though the curry was nice). I might not try this one again.
This is an absolute staple in our house. My husband and two kids LOVE it!! So does everyone I serve it to. We usually eat ours with pot stickers and steamed sugar snap peas with lemon and butter. Yum!!
Quick, easy, and delicious!!
My fiancé made this for me for the first time a few years ago because I asked him to make a lighter meal (I'm trying to eat healthier and he wanted to help me out). Wow! We both loved this so much. We've made this dish several times since. We keep a supply of curry powder in his pantry just for this.
The whole family loved it, my mother and my son both very picky couldn't stop eating it. I added a little tomato paste, some rice vinegar, a more curry and it was very delicious although I only marinated it for an hour it was so so good!!!