Do you have any timing recommendations for if you used a rotisserie oven?
@deedle, I've only made it without the rice and love it. It works perfect as a salad for me and I add the other spices to the chicken or quickly wilt the lettuce with the spices added
I compare unit prices. While in store A, I use apps on my phone for other stores to compare prices. I have a set of items I buy every week so I don't have to check everything, but anything new or anything on sale, I make sure it's really a better deal.
@hungrybruno I used dry Sherry, it worked well. I use Taylor brand, fairly inexpensive at most liquor stores.
This recipe was soooo delicious! It reminded me of a night at a Japanese Steakhouse. I'll definitely be mixing soy and butter a lot more often.
@Shao Z. This looks great! It's on the menu for dinner tomorrow.
Outstanding, thanks for another great recipe, Kenji!
This recipe is amazing! I just made it for dinner served with chicken breast. It'd be great just on it's own. I think it might work to make ahead of time as well and reheat.
Can the broth be made ahead of time (leaving out the cornstarch, to be added later)?
@CJ McD Thanks, I know what I'm having for dinner on Friday
@CJ McD - the easy approach sounds pretty delicious. You sauteed as florets or smaller pieces? About how long?
I'm currently obsessed with roasted cauliflower (450F for 30 minutes). I also love it mashed into a puree and grated into "rice."
I routinely use yogurt instead of sour cream in dips and it works well. Though, you have to be a yogurt fan as it adds a bit of tang that is not always present with sour cream.
Do you eat shellfish? Steamed clams and/or mussels are always nice or a fish stew
I think either of those would work well with a mild fish to amp up the flavor - cod, sole, halibut, bass
Trader Joe's makes a shelf-stable Hollandaise sauce.
@jedd63 I had the same opinion until I started shopping there and now I buy nearly 50% of my groceries at TJs with only a handful of pre-packaged foods. Great selection of cheeses, oils, etc.
@Gipuzkoa Thanks, I love this recipe and have been enjoying it at least once a week. I always serve it as a salad which works for me. I really enjoy the sauce although I add only 1/3 of the sugar and add cumin and garlic.
Whole Foods carries raw milk cheeses, but they must have been aged 60 days in accordance with FDA regulations.
Maggi, Gochujang, kimchi! I also really like the quail eggs too.
Thanks for all of the great ideas. I'm thinking perhaps add some peppers and make it a caponata to spread on chicken with mozzarella.
@heddylamar - I should have specified, yes it's made from roasted eggplant. I'm not familiar with baingan bharta but I'll give it a quick Google search.
I happened to try the Just Mayo at Whole Foods and it's really good. I don't even really like mayonnaise but it was very tasty and I will probably buy it as soon as the jar of Duke's in the fridge is empty.
I just made this recipe, this chicken rocks! I think I could eat the sauce on anything.
Has anyone made this without the rice or is that key to the dish? I live in a pretty low carb house and I'd love to try this recipe.