See the ingredient list and recipe to try this instant pot whole chicken. You will come back later to thank Blessing simply because you will never be disappointed. That I can assure you for sure! This instant pot whole chicken came out so well that my hubby kept screaming --- "Blessing, this chicken is so nice, mmmmmmmm, this is really nice".
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This honey lemon roasted chicken recipe is not difficult to prepare, but it can take a little bit of time in terms of marination which is perfectly okay. It is important to marinate the chicken before roasting as this prevents it from drying out and also enhances its flavour and juiciness. For this recipe, I also used a dark soy sauce to marinade because I often use it all the time on preparing my chicken dishes. It gives the chicken such an amazing taste.
A perfect oven roasted whole chicken recipe will leave your chicken juicy, soft, golden brown in color and aromatic. So aromatic and capable of causing your tongue to drift out of your mouth in readiness to devour the chicken. Check out the recipe here.
Motivated by my quest for trying out other people's recipes, I can assure you that this chicken and lamb samosa couldn't have gotten any much better than they turned out to be. Just Spot On! The flavor combination is just mind blowing and I definitely hope you will consider giving this fascinating recipe a go!
The roasted chicken thighs recipe is fairly easy and straight forward to make. All you need is just a simple CALL TO ACTION! Grab your chicken thighs, wash and season them properly, allow to marinate for few hours and then throw them into a preheated oven to get them roasted and ready to eat. Just so easy as that.
Roasted whole chicken is quite easy to prepare and the ingredients are not too difficult to come buy. The secret tip for making yummy and juicy chicken dish is to parboil the chicken before either frying, roasting or grilling.
Do you eat yam? If yes, what is your favourite yam recipe? Have you tried roasted yam and palm oil sauce? The Igbos highly revere a special festival known as the "Iri-ji festival" simply to commemorate "eating yam" especially the roasted yam. The aroma from the palm oil sauce complements the roasted yam so well that they both make a perfect pair for each other. Enjoy!