This was great! I sprinkled some Garam Masala on my chicken as I cooked it and it added a nice flavor to the Curry. I also used a Spicy Curry Powder from Spice Island. Very simple and quick, but tasty. This will be a chicken dish I go to when I need a good dinner in a hurry.
sheshecon Posted: 11/08/08
daneanp Posted: 01/01/09
I used chicken thighs instead of turkey and reduced the oil by half. I really didn't think it was spicy enough and it lacked a bit of sweetness. Next time I'll use a hotter curry powder and add a tablespoon of sugar. I like how easy it was to make and I'll definitely try this again. I served it over coconut rice and paired it with a cucumber vinegarette salad. Hubby loved it and it made enough for leftovers the next day.
jazzwood Posted: 11/13/08
This is a solid hit. Will add it to my turkey left over file. My husband went back for seconds. I followed the recipe exactly adding a few toasted sliced almonds when serving. I will look for a milder mango chutney as I could only find hot and the Cranberry-mango chutney had quite a kick to it.
doscentavos Posted: 11/30/08
meh. made this as a way to use up left over turkey from thanksgiving. it was definitely edible, but something was missing.
bostonsmaman Posted: 12/18/08
Excellent! I did add some garlic, 1/2 c chopped carrot and the optional Madras red curry paste--2 tsp--which made it so rich and spicy. We used both white and dark meat turkey we had put into the freezer. Served w/ brown rice (Minute rice is so quick) and french green beans, this recipe made for a warm, quick, filling meal! I was pretty bummed when hubby took the leftovers to work for lunch.
GayleR Posted: 04/17/14Greenville, NC
Delicious and so easy. Omitted the cilantro and served with leftover brown rice. Would be good with additional veggies. Will make again.