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For a remarkably simple dish, fried chicken can be controversial. There are debates over brining the meat (yes, you should). People argue over what starch is used to coat the chicken, about the fat used to fry it, about the temperature at which it cooks. But really all you want is what the great Southern chef Bill Neal called “chicken that tastes like chicken, with a crust that snaps and breaks with fragility.” We’ll show you how to get there, and we’ll give you excellent recipes that you…

For a remarkably simple dish, fried chicken can be controversial. There are debates over brining the meat (yes, you should). People argue over what starch is used to coat the chicken, about the fat used to fry it, about the temperature at which it cooks. But really all you want is what the great Southern chef Bill Neal called “chicken that tastes like chicken, with a crust that snaps and breaks with fragility.” We’ll show you how to get there, and we’ll give you excellent recipes that you…

Dobbys Signature: Nigerian food blog | Nigerian food recipes | African food blog: Nigerian Chicken Stew (Tomato stew)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Dobbys Signature: Nigerian food blog | Nigerian food recipes | African food blog: Nigerian Chicken Stew (Tomato stew) More

West African food. SOUPA CANJA -tried with Okra, red palm oil, white onion, cassava leaf, red salmon, chicken and beef in jasmin rice!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

West African food. SOUPA CANJA -tried with Okra, red palm oil, white onion, cassava leaf, red salmon, chicken and beef in jasmin rice! More

This is a popular and traditional West African Stew that is often prepared in most homes, in a number of different ways-in countries like Cameroon, Nigeria and Ghana – by varying the quantity of tomatoes, onions and spices. Quite a lot of oil is used to cook the stew – often use to fry the ...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

This is a popular and traditional West African Stew that is often prepared in most homes, in a number of different ways-in countries like Cameroon, Nigeria and Ghana – by varying the quantity of tomatoes, onions and spices. Quite a lot of oil is used to cook the stew – often use to fry the ... More