Absolutely love your recipe collection and especially the way it looks…its gorgeous..its meant to be displayed in a showcase. Amazing work!
Wonderful blog, thanks so much for sharing your amazing recipes, the photographs are useful and beautiful as well.
Love your site. Such warm interesting stories and great recipes.
I found your spicy yogurt chicken recipe on Pinterest and am eager to try it. I realize your temperatures are in Celsius and not Fahrenheit. It looks like we should cook it at 400F or 718 F if not marinaded over night….only thing is the oven only goes to 550F. Am I understanding this correctly?
Thanks for commenting and asking me about this. I just realized that I didn’t write the recipe correctly. It’s 280 degree c if not marinated over night which is about 536 F. Hope this clear things up 🙂 Let me know if this recipe works for you 🙂
YUM! This recipe was SO GOOD, Tes! Thank you for getting back with me and helping me out with temperatures. I am going to try the recipe again with skinless chicken. With that said, the entire family loved this recipe even our 8 and 10 year old boys! I am looking forward to trying more of your recipes.
Your blog is beeeautiful and i am so glad to have discovered it!
and its a treasure house of recipes… gonna try a lot of them- they look so yummy!
will keep you posted on how they turn out.
Maryam @ homespunaround.blogspot.com
Thank you so much Maryam 🙂
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