- 2 broiler chicken
- 1 Kienyeji (indigenous Kenyan) chicken
- Cooking oil
- Whole cloves of garlic
Method 1: Broiler chicken for onions fried chicken
1.Cut the chicken into pieces, grill pieces then rinse.
2.Add only chopped onions into a pan and sweat them.
3.Add the chicken cuts into the onions and fry until golden brown.
4.Add the coriander.
5.Serve as desired.
Method 2. Broiler chicken for oven grilling
1.Wash and cut potatoes into pieces. Arrange on oven tray and season as desired.
2.Stuff the chicken with bacon, whole garlic cloves and onion slices and secure with a toothpick.
3.Rub the chicken skin with lemon juice then season the chicken well with salt and pepper.
4.Place in the grill oven for 1 and a half hours until cooked.
5.Let the chicken rest for a few minutes for the juices to come together . Carve and serve as desired.
Method 3: Kienyeji (indigenous Kenyan)chicken
1.Roast the chicken pieces until nicely done. This gives the chicken a smoky taste.
2.Boil for at least an hour and a half to soften it.
3. Fry onions and tomatoes in a pan and add the chicken pieces to it. You can add Royco at this point and chopped coriander. Season.
4.Let it simmer for another half an hour.
5. Serve as desired once cooked.
This post was done in collaboration with the talented Achieng Otieno, a Kenyan chef and co-owner of Jikoni delights, a catering company dealing with preparation, delivery and service of food and beverage at different events.
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