A few weeks ago, I was visiting some of my favorite blogs when I ran across a review of a Cook's Illustrated recipe on the Mom Chef's blog. The recipe was a slow cooker version of Country Captain's Chicken. I had never heard of it, but it sounded wonderful. I left a comment saying something about having to Google the recipe and dear Christiane (aka the Mom Chef) emailed me the recipe. I should probably mention that her blog is all about cooking recipes in food magazines. This particular recipe, from Cook's Illustrated, wasn't actually on her blog.
Anyway, long story short, I made some homemade Madras curry seasoning to go in the chicken dish and then a few days later, I got out my crock pot and made Country Captain's Chicken. I used hot pepper jelly instead of chutney, but other than that, I followed the recipe pretty closely. It was just as good as Christiane said it would be.
I am not at liberty to share the Cook's Illustrated version, as they don't accept advertising and therefore rely solely on subscriptions for recompense for their recipes.
However, here are a few links to some recipes:
Lee Bros. Country Captain Chicken
Epicurious Country Captain Chicken
Rachel Ray's Country Captain Chicken
Crockpot 365 blog's Country Captain Chicken (slow cooker version)
Have you ever made this? Do you have your own version?