This was very good. I might actually consider adding more spice next time - this was a good balance, but it needed just a bit more kick. Used Fage fat free yogurt with all chicken thighs and it turned out great. I served with Trader Joe's frozen Garlic Naan and one of TJ's dals over steamed rice. It made for a very easy and tasty meal overall. The husband raved - so it was a success! I would line my pan with foil next time as the yogurt sticks and makes a mess.
TiffyR Posted: 02/28/09
MegLee Posted: 06/07/09
Did not like this at all. I expected it to be full of flavor but found it to be very bland. Likewise my chicken breasts were extremely dry. Will not make this again.
8stringfan Posted: 07/05/09
If you're going to barbecue some chicken, you could do worse. Really, it's not bad. However, I've made much better tandoori-style chicken dishes. First off, this dish (and any tandoori chicken recipe) REALLY benefits from being cooked on the grill over roasting in a conventional oven. Secondly, this one was just a a bit lacking in depth and flavor. I much prefer the tandoori and tikka grilled chicken dishes in The Barbecue Bible by Stephen Reichlen.
foodieforpeace Posted: 05/17/11
We really enjoyed this recipe. I made the marinade the day before to make a quick week night meal. Used organic boneless chicken thighs. I did line my baking pan and sprayed it with cooking spray so clean up was a snap. Served with brown basmati rice and a veggie blend. Will make this again as we always have a quart of lowfat plain yogurt in the fridge!