The tomato salad and yogurt sauce are great, but the chicken is way too bland. I've made a better recipe that is basically the same but uses spicier lamb kabobs instead of chicken. I won't be making this again, though it was quick and easy.
ttcooks Posted: 11/20/09
badams Posted: 06/03/09
Excellent greek food! My mouth did a happy dance with this one. I subbed light sour cream for the yogurt, cut the olive oil in half (didn't miss it) and skipped the olives. Don't skip this recipe though. It's a keeper.
DawnB1969 Posted: 10/12/10
This was a really delicious chicken dish. It was easy and quick to make and everyone loved it. Really authentic tasting Greek meal! I served it with some orzo and yum!
AKHeyHey Posted: 05/19/10
This was excellent. I just added some salt to the chicken and yogurt just a pinch not a lot. But everyone loved this!!! Flavor was perfect, everything about it. Great Recipe thank you!
sbroas Posted: 02/11/12
Love this recipe! Have made it many times.
Soapee Posted: 10/24/12
Love it.....was dellious!
Stinkinkitchen Posted: 10/18/12
Very very good, tho I agree that the chicken coud use a pinch if salt.
relombardo Posted: 05/13/13
Joycehm Posted: 07/30/13
I am in agreement with the sentiment the chicken needs a little salt to bring out the flavor. (One of the Food Network chefs' pet peeves is underseasoned (undersalted) food.) Other than that, it's a very good recipe.
mrscrazyed Posted: 07/13/13
Although a healthy recipe, this was quite a disappointment for me. The chicken was bland and got lost amid all the vegetables. Won't be making this again.