One of the leanest of all meats, skinless chicken breast is a superlative protein source for the health-conscious. B vitamins are a healthy bonus.
This is a traditional South African one pot dish. Don't be put off by the list of spices, because by flavouring each section of the dish as you go, the end result is a rich flavoured centrepiece.
This unique chicken stew flavour comes from the African influence through the use of chickpeas, peanut butter, curry powder and coriander.
Chicken wings seasoned in a light and zesty marinade and grilled on the bbq. Perfect way to show off your bbq skill to your friends without spending all day at the bbq or a lot of money on expensive steak.
Pretty to look at, easy & tasty, my hubby requested this again before he'd even finished his first bowl!
The flavours of this family favourite remind me of childhood summer holidays in Mozambique. Serve the chicken hot on rice or couscous, or cold with salad in pita bread, wraps or on a breadroll. If you don't have a slow cooker, you can marinate the chicken in a casserole for a few hours, then cook (covered) in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees C for 40 minutes or until done.
This is a delicious stew that has a basic peanut butter, cumin, garlic and chilli sauce that can then be varied with a range of vegetables or beans.
This curry recipe is from Mozambique, Africa and can be made with chicken or prawns. It goes well with tomato or spicy onion chutney.