Sometimes when the weather turns chilly and damp I like to make a meal that reminds me of warmer summer days. This is one of those recipes.
Do try this one ~ even if you think you don't love the flavor of curry seasoning; there is just a nuance, it is not strongly pronounced at all.
Give me this glaze over a tomato-based grilling sauce on chicken anytime!
It is at once, sweet and spicy ~ and the method is simple; grill or roast the chicken until nearly done then brush the thick basting sauce during the last couple of minutes of grilling/roasting time so the baste doesn't char.
My local butcher shop carries fantastic organically raised chicken which I favor ~ you can cut the breast halves into two pieces if they are very large as I did this time.
When I prepare this recipe I alway make a little extra sauce divide (and keep it separate from the basting sauce) to serve at the table. I prefer bone-in skin-on chicken breasts for this method, but you can use boneless/skinless breasts (or thighs), chicken kebabs, a whole chicken (cut up), wings, or pork chops or pork tenderloin.
Let me tell you ~ the aroma while it is cooking is irresistible ~ your neighbors will call you to ask what smells so good.
And my neighbors are not close by!
I assure you, the aroma is surpassed only by the flavors of the completed dish.
It is soo good!
Quickly sauteed orange & yellow sweet bell peppers and zucchini go very well with these flavors.
I usually serve it with some kind of grain side dish. This time I made a very simple orzo (shaped pasta) side dish I'll share it in the near future in case anyone would like it.
Try it! I think you'll love it as much as I do.
If you would like a printable copy of the recipe, you can find it on my recipe blog.
If you try this one I hope it becomes a favorite.
Thank you for stopping by, and have a wonderful weekend everybody.