The turkey chatter online is hard to ignore this time of the year when the US is in the throws of their thanksgiving holiday. Was at the butchery on Monday and found they had some turkey legs. Apparently they always have them, but for some reason I’ve never noticed them before. Anyway, I was inspired! Yaaaay!
Pilau is a signature celebration dish in our East Africa. It can be made with chicken, beef or lamb, but the most loved is made with goat. I’ve tried making it in the past and failed miserably, with a charcoal base in every pot and hardly any flavour. This time I got an expert to teach me. So, now you can make the best pilau at home too. Read on to learn how…
If you’re looking for quick and easy to do this is it! I remember as a kid my mother would give us tasks in the kitchen to help with preparation, most a specially when we were hosting. I can just imagine her instructing to prepare these — that’s how simple they are. But don’t let the simplicity fool you, they are very tasty.
This is not your average chicken recipe. This is an awesomely delicious juicy recipe. You know those times when everyone is silent at the dinner table cause they’re too busy eating and eyeing the last piece of chicken? Or those times at family meetings when you’re cousin gets up to get more chicken while taking a bite of his drumstick with one hand and the other has a plate is full of food? — It’s this Chicken! But your cousin is probably just greedy (^_^)