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"Update:I tried one more time (because I realllly wanted egg salad) and figured out that I was starting the timer too soon. You apparently have to wait until it's at a really good rolling boil before you even start the timer. I still used a 3 min boil and 12 min sitting and they were easier to peel, but not perfect. Previous review:I'm not sure..."
"I've done a couple of variations on this and both were really tasty: first I used a tablespoon or two of sesame oil to brown the chicken in (does add calories and fat but hey!) and second I skipped the sesame oil but browned the chicken in a cast iron grill pan (next best thing to an outdoor grill) to add a crunch. I've steered clear of the red pe..."
"This was my first attempt at anything resembling Indian cuisine. (I've always been afraid of it!) I don't have skewers or a grill so I simply did it in a large non-stick pan. I'm sure it would have been even better on the grill, but it was still very yummy and very easy!"
"Did this under the broiler and served it with brown rice and broccoli. Very yummy! I think I'll try it in the cast iron grill pan next time just to give it more of a char."
"USE PARCHMENT PAPER! I always use it for cookies, but noticed that the one cookie that spilled off the edge burned horribly. Parchment is an absolute must in this one and it makes YUMMY cookies! I cooked mine for about 8 or 9 minutes total and they looked still soft. I pulled the parchment off the tray and onto the counter to cool. 5 minutes later..."