Servings: four to six.
Fire up your grill for this Indian-inspired dinner. While the grill heats, the chicken soaks in a yogurt-and-spice marinade which helps tenderize the meat and brings lots of tangy flavor to the dish.
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I thought this was excellent. I followed another reviewers suggestion and doubled the spices. I did marinate overnight. I tried both thighs (excellent) and a boneless and skinless breast (didn't like, too bland and tough). I would definitely make again. LOVED the Cabbage and Carrot stir fry and Mango Lassi Parfait.
These were very good, although I did make a couple changes. First off, I used whole milk greek yogurt as that is what I had, and I increased all of the spices and salt by double at least. My recommendation is to keep adding spices and salt until it reaches your liking. I agree that marinating at least an hour would make them even better, but I did a 20 minute marinade and they were still delicious.I paired mine with spiced Basmati rice with golden raisins and pistachios and for dessert, I made the Mango Lassi Parfaits, also on this site, and they were fabulous! A perfect ending to the meal! The chicken and parfaits will now be added to the regular rotation!
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