Look for a fairly rich, buttery Chardonnay to complement the spice and dairy elements in the marinade. Try the Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay from Sonoma County or the Benziger Family Winery Chardonnay from Carneros.
Use leftover chicken to make a quick curried chicken & apple salad.
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I actually did not follow the directions carefully and mixed the lemon and lime juice in with the yogurt. Turned out great. This might help with the sourness that the other reviewer encountered. Everyone loved the recipe.
I agree with the other reviewer that there are better chicken recipes on Fine Cooking. I was not impressed with the flavor and my chicken wasn't as pretty as the picture ??. Probably will not make this again.
I've made this twice, thinking that the first time it failed was my bad idea of trying to grill it. But even oven roasting did not produce a good flavor. It was sort of sour and the skin really wasn't crispy. There are much better rubs and marinades in Fine Cooking.
Made this for a group of friends and it came out great -- everyone wanted the recipe. Very easy -- and I had the butcher butterfly the chicken for me (might be considered cheating, I know, but that's the way I roll).
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