Showing posts with label chicken. Show all posts
Showing posts with label chicken. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

DesignAgency Incorporates Authentic Style at New Nando's Locations

Nando's restaurants in toronto
Nando's, a South African-based chain of fast-casual chicken restaurants founded in Johannesburg in 1987, operates approximately 1,200 outlets around the world. Each site is unique, as the founders' focus on local style, international design and African artistry. As its corporate credo states: "Life's too short for bland." At the company's centre lies its own collision of cultures – an Afro-Portuguese mash-up best represented by its signature dish of butterfly-cut, flame-grilled chicken immersed in spicy PERi-PERi sauce. We really enjoy the unique flavours of Nando's chicken. 

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Healthy Options to Eat Food On The Go at Toronto's Harbourfront

There is a fresh new food option and concept from Blue Goose for us to enjoy at Toronto's Harbourfront until October 2013. The three shipping containers designed from Montreal based, Muvbox is sourced from sustainable materials and use solar power. The Common Goods containers give us different, organic options to try when we are on the go. It is a wonderful atmosphere to meet up colleagues, friends and family to enjoy the delicious food. I tried the delicious lobster roll and the fabulous hibiscus drink. 

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Barbecued chicken with Korean BBQ sauce

I tested the delicious Korean BBQ sauce from VH.  This sauce can be used to stir fry, marinade or as BBQ sauce.  It tastes delicious with chicken or beef.  I applied the sauce when the meat was cooking in the barbecue.  This sauce made our barbecue very special as everyone at home enjoyed.   

To make this barbecue chicken, I marinated the chicken without the skin with the following ingredients for more than 6 hours.
1/2 tbsp chillie powder
1/4 tsp turmeric
1 tsp salt
2 tbsp yogurt

After the chicken marinated, I boiled the chicken with the marinate and 1/2 cup water until the water evaporated.  When the barbecue was about 350F I placed the chicken and applied the VH Korean BBQ sauce.  After it cooked on one side I applied the sauce on the other side and let it cook to our preference.

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