We love this little 4 ingredient recipe not only because it’s tasty, but because it’s so simple and affordable to prepare. And did we mention only 4 ingredients?! In fact, you probably already have half of them in your kitchen: chicken stock and chicken. You can even substitute shrimp if you prefer. The other two ingredients, curry blocks and coconut milk, are non-perishable items, so we just keep them in our pantry for when the mood strikes! Give it a try, and let us know how you like it!

The Dads: Harris & Dave

The Dads: Harris & Dave

We are just two dads that share the most wonderful grown children; Melissa, Leah, and Brenden. We also have two great son-in-laws including Melissa's husband and Leah's husband, Sean. Our kids think we have something special going on that we want to share with you. We're looking to inspire, teach, and share our style in entertaining, cooking, decorating, shopping, gardening and much more! We hope you follow us on our journey and share your experiences with us at The Dads: Harris & Dave!

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6 Replies to “4 Ingredients: Madagascar Chicken”

  1. I made Maagascar Chicken for dinner on Friday night. As you know, I’m not known for my cooking skills (LOL). The family was surprised…that I made such a tasty dinner. I had to give away my secret…it was from THE DADS!!! This is my new favorite website.

  2. Please take this idea to your admin staff— I will give you a budget to “makeover” my condo. I think viewers would enjoy seeing how good design can take a non-descript, architecturally devoid space and make it inviting & warm…. On a limited budget. Xoxo

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  3. This recipe looks simple enough even for me! Just might try it with shrimp over TG weekend. My kids like curry. Where do you find the curry block? Xoxo

  4. So when are you guys getting a contract with the cooking channel?? Yes you are better then Guy Fieri and Rachel Ray I may have one or two shows each on television

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