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"The prep / cook time is deceiving...you need to add 2 hours for the fridge to marinate the chicken. Other than that, the recipe was great. I ended up baking the chicken in the oven 350 for 40 minutes and then seared it on the BBQ for about 5 minutes each side on high heat. VERY TENDER AND JUICY! got lots of compliments on this recipe from frie..."
Jul 4, 2011 on Food.com
"Made this as specified sans raisins. Very easy to make, but lacking in a robust taste. I have to agree with Chef Diva Divine's review of adding more curry powder and garlic. It was just missing something and was a bit watery. Overall though, I think this is a good recipe to start, and there are some possibilities of "Tweeking" it as the author..."
Sep 7, 2010 on Food.com
"This was VERY EASY and relatively quick to make. I'm not a big spicy food person, but I would have done 2 tsp of the curry paste. Delicious and I served it over rice. I was a bit skeptical about the pineapples, but it really made for a nice texture. Get the regular 14 ounce can and not the half sized one. I couldn't find lemongrass stalks, so..."
Jun 25, 2010 on Food.com
"Very simple and easy to make. The only issue I had was the prep having to dice potatoes, but no big deal. The taste is fairly mild, but delicious nonetheless. I added some corn starch to thicken it up and served it over rice. I'm going to try a variation and add some curry to it."
Jun 3, 2010 on Food.com
"I wanted to cook something quick and easy for my wife. I invited our neighbors to try it and they wanted the recipe. I didn't make the coconut right though. I ended up using Taste of Thai instand rice (Coconut Ginger flavor and they went together nicely. The recipe was a mild spicy and I would suggest going with an extra chunky peanut butter ..."
Nov 12, 2007 on FoodNetwork.com