Spicy West-African Chicken Wings

For those days when you just want a quick fix, these delicious spicy chicken wings will do the magic. With the beautiful flavours of Cameroon peppers and fresh red palm oil. These wings do not need to marinade. I cooked these on a Sunday after church for myself and my sister. It was pretty quick and easy, and we both loved it.

Note: Cameroon pepper as known in most West African countries is a yellow “Fatalii” chilli pepper that is highly cultivated in Cameroon (hence the name). Minimal amounts are also cultivated in other African countries. It is mostly sold in African markets/shops in its dried state which retains its flavour and shelf life. It can easily be mistaken for the Habanero pepper or yellow scotch bonnet pepper. For a more detail description click here. I get mine from Foodace Spices, click here to buy.

Here is the recipe:

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Spicy West-African Chicken Wings Yum
Chicken Wings
Cuisine Nigerian
Servings
Ingredients
Cuisine Nigerian
Servings
Ingredients
Chicken Wings
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees and toss all ingredients into a baking pan.
  2. Mix it altogether making sure every piece of chicken is coated with the palm oil and seasonings.
  3. Place the pan inside the oven and bake for 30 minutes until the chickens are fully cooked with a rich golden red colour.
  4. Remove from the oven and serve hot.

We ate these with some leftover Banga ‘Palm Fruit’ Rice (Click here for Recipe) and Moi-Moi. So delicious.

Try it and do not hesitate to let me know what you think in the comment section below.

Immaculate xo

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