Recipe by MomZilla (Evin)
"This spicy sweet chicken has flavors from South Asia. It's quick and easy and always a hit. Serve over rice or couscous."
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chicken tenders, cut into bite-size pieces
salt and black pepper to taste
yellow onion, finely diced
1 1/2 cups
chicken stock, or as needed
hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco®)
I have been using Allrecipes for a while but this is the first recipe I have felt compelled to review. While I am reluctant to build up hopes too much, this is simply one of the best things I have ever eaten, maybe the best. It is certainly the best chicken dish I have ever had. It's very easy, except that you have to find out where to score some garam masala. It's not in any grocery stores in my area. I had to find a hidden away Indian store. You can also make your own.
Just okay. Kind of sweet for our taste
MomZilla! I just finished *french kissing* your recipe! I had previously seasoned my salmon with S&P, onion powder, garlic powder, red pepper flakes and set it aside. I followed your directions except the chicken aspect and simmered the ingredients for 10-15 mins and poured the sauce over the baked salmon. And Oh my! It was copiously delish! I served it with brown rice and watercress salad. I believe this can be used on almost any meat/seafood with success...Thanks Evin!
Sweet & Sour with the flavor of India. This cooks up in no time flat. It is wonderfully zippy and is complimented well with rice. Serve with a salad and plan on making even more next time, because there will be no leftovers tonight!
Evin, you my friend are a star! I had a hard time finding the Garam Marsala but I prevailed at Cost Plus. I have never used it before and boy does it smell wonderful and tastes better! I made this with pork chops. I seasoned them a few hours before i cooked them. I sauteed the onions and set them aside.I added them back to the hot tub with the chops at the end. The sauce is terrific with garlic bread, for the soppin:)!! Thank you soo much Evin! Really YummO
Wowee zowee! This was amazing!!! And I just realized I had forgot to add the hot sauce. Apricot preserves and garam masala sure compliment one another nicely! Used apple cider vinegar b/c it's my preferred vinegar. I served this with a potato and pea curry, naan, and a dollop of plain Greek yogurt. Mmmm. Will definitely make this one again-and maybe remember the hot sauce.
Very easy to make and very good. I didn't have fresh limes, so I mixed a little bit of lime juice in with the butter. I will probably make this again this week. I would double the amount of chicken next time. There was enough sauce to do that.
I love this dish! I've made it twice and both times it was amazing. The only change I made was to use the sugar-free apricot preserves. I don't even like sugar-free stuff usually but it tastes great in here with less carbs!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Evin's Indian Apricot Chicken
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 117
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