This is known as Ayam Masak Merah in Malaysia and Indonesia. It is spicy and sweet at the same time using a wide range of fresh herbs and spices.
The first dish that finished! Best eating with some rice as is rather spicy for me or maybe i reduce the dried red chili - 06 Mar 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Deliciously spicy hot! Definately pair with some rice (i chose jasmine) to cut the heat. A definate crowd pleaser for those who like spicy ethnic cuisine! - 04 Apr 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Fantastic and spicy!! I used 5 BLSL chicken breasts halves and 3 serrano and 1 habanero chile peppers instead as I didn't have the red chile peppers. I did not de-seed the serranos. Also, I used a small white onion and 2 big cloves shallots in place of the red onion as I didn't have any. Also omitted cardamom as I didn't have them too. Used cinnamon powder instead of stick. Skipped the sugar and didn't miss it. Although it sounds like I changed it by quite a bit, but I think only the chile pepper made a more significant difference. Love this dish and would definitely make it again - with and without the adjustments. Thank you for a recipe that reminded me of home... - 03 May 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)