Apparently Chicken 65 gets its name from being the 65th item on military menus. To overcome language barriers, it was easier just to order by number instead of name. A couple of days ago we went to to an Indian restaurant so I could try it out.
A couple people at work recommended the website vahrehvah.com to find a good recipe. They also recommended a shop in town to find what I needed. Cool thing was I had most of the ingredients already but had a couple items I still needed to get. At the store I found a pre-made sauce, so I decided to cheat and use that instead. I also saw a mango curry sauce and thought I'd make two flavors of wings.
I made waaayyyy too much sauce.
The rub for the mango chicken was just curry and cilantro flakes. On the grill it smelled fantastic, especially considering that I'm not a big fan of curry. I just used the cilantro on the Chicken 65.
Unfortunately it rained tonight so I couldn't get pictures of them on the grill.
I hope that Kristen's team enjoys them. I didn't try any of them so I hope they'll go over well. Funny thing is that there seems to be different traditions around Diwali. My team did a potluck today but it was all vegetarian food. Sorry to say that my knowledge of Diwali is limited to the episode of The Office where Michael sings the Diwali song. =o9