ROAST CHILLI GINGER CHICKEN PIECES BY KNORR NIGERIA
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garlic 10ml chopped
Ginger, peeled 30g
Fresh thyme 60ml
Ground allspice 45ml
Ground paprika 15ml
KNORR chicken stock 16g
Brown sugar 20g 15ml
Coarse ground black pepper .75g 2,5ml
White wine vinegar 60g 60ml
– juice 50ml
Vegetable oil 60g 60ml
chicken portioned / 12 thighs 1.2 – 1.5kg
1. Process all ingredients except oil and chicken in blender or food processor until smooth. With blender running, slowly add oil to make a smooth paste.
2. Combine chicken and marinade in a large plastic bag; turn to coat. Seal bag and marinate in refrigerator for about 4 hours.
3. Remove chicken from marinade, discarding marinade.
4. Grill chicken for about 30 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked, turning once. Chicken can be cooked over hot coals
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