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Clabbergirl on 7.7.2013
So very worth the time and the effort!
Rebecca on 2.7.2013
This was soooo good and very easy to prepare. I marinated the chicken for a few hours instead of 10 minutes and I substituted light cream (6%) for the heavy cream but, otherwise, followed the recipe as written. One of the best tikka masalas we’ve had (restaurant or otherwise) and even my kids ate it! Will definitely be making this again!
nmgirl on 1.29.2013
Very, very good! I’d say it rivals what they serve at my local Indian restaurant.
Dana on 10.23.2012
Fasntastic. Easy to make and freezes very well. Wonderful on a cold day.
CodieD on 8.13.2012
I made this for my husband last night and it was awesome!!! I added 3 jalapenos becuase we like spice. It turned out very good and my husband said I should keep this recipe to use again! I thought it was pretty easy. Browning everything definitely adds to the flavor. This made 11 servings for us two but I also made some Chickpea aloo to go with it.
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Phil on 11.13.2016
So far one of our favorites for CTK. However, the prep time is definitely longer than 15 minutes. More like 45 realistically. The other downside from the perspective of using a slow cooker to have your food ready as you come home from work is that a five-hour cook time isn’t very feasible when you return 9 hours later. So invariably I make it on a weekend or when I have a half day. Otherwise, it’s great.
ademarta on 4.6.2014
I don’t know if this is like tikka masala – it’s pretty close to butter chicken/chicken makhani. It was awesome either way! I would definitely recommend doubling the chicken as I had a ton of sauce. I added everything to the crockpot – no pre-cooking – and it was perfect. I made this with basmati rice (added 2 tsp of cumin seeds to the rice, it comes over very authentic) and frozen peas. Next time, I would consider kicking up the heat, adding white raisins, and some cashews.
Veronica on 2.5.2013
Made this last night and it was really tasty!! Definitely in our rotation Thanks!
Sweetpea Nancy on 10.24.2011
I made this for dinner and it was very tasty. I will definately be making this again. I made a few changes. 1) I used 2 pounds of Chicken. 2)I used Grapeseed Oil when frying the chicken (didnt have to use as much fat as recipe stated). 3)I only put 1 teaspoon of Salt in the sauce. So just a few minor changes to suit me better, but all in all a great recipe! Thanks.
holliberri on 10.19.2011
I made this last night for dinner, and we DID use the coconut milk, as my daughter is allergic to dairy. It was wonderful! I think I might use Olive Oil instead of butter next time too. Yes, next time, I’m already planning for it….so good.