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Baked Curry Chicken

Baked Curry Chicken recipe
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Chicken pieces baked in a sauce flavored with onion, curry powder, garlic, coconut and apple are served with rice for a delicious entrée.
15 min
1 hr
5 servings
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This recipe was absolutley delicious!!! I changed it a little bit. I used four tsp. of curry ( I like spicy food), boneless, skinless chicken breasts and vegetable stock. It turned out great!! I will definitely add this to our menu rotation.
I loved this recipe, but I did add a little more curry powder and salt than the recipe called for. I served it with saffron flavored jasmine rice and a wonderful salad and it was a hit at my dinner party.
This recipe was a good, different way to make chicken. It was a little more bland than I thought it would be though, given the incredients. I'll probably up the amount of curry powder a bit next time.
I would have to say that this was about the best of all of the recipes that I've made from this web site,so far that is! The only thing that I might try different is skinless, boneless chicken. Fairly simple to make but the flavor was "OUTTA THIS WORLD"!!!
My sister made this for a pot luck lunch at work. She never gave me this recipie. Now I have and will make it for my family who will love it.
I've always loved indian food and curry chicken is one of my favorites. This version is very, very good! I used boneless chicken tenderloins and I also added a few carrots. Wonderful recipe!
The meal was very delicious and I lwould recommend it highly.
Let me just say, I hate coconut!! But for the sake of something new, I made this dish. To my surprise, I liked it. The coconut is not as strong when cooked properly. (Although I think you can do without it) Great if you want to get barbaric and eat with your hands. Be careful when using the flour, don't over do it, because it take away from the flavor of the spices.
in the past iI have made curry chicken and thought it to be rather nice but your recipe is far far far better I think it is the sweet and sour and the texture of it oh so good yes I saved this one I can't wait untill next week to make it again thank you very much
The first time I made this my kids couldn't get enough! Now it's one of my daughter's birthday and this is what she wants!
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