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Chicken Yassa Yassa poulet recette senegalaise

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Chicken Yassa Yassa poulet recette senegalaise
Chicken Yassa Yassa poulet recette senegalaise
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http:www.kadiafricanrecipes.comchicken-yassa.html In this video i am going to show you how to cook one of the most famous senegalese recipe. It's chicken yassa. You will learn step by step how to cook yassa with chicken .there is yassa with beef or fish. Ingredients: chicken , onions, garlic, pepper, mustard, lemons, oil, salt, chilli. For more information go to my website.Ingredients:1 whole chicken, cut into pieces7 onions4 lemons ( for the lemons juice)2 Tbs of mustard6 Tbs of oil1 head of garlic2 chicken seasoning ( or Maggi Jumbo)2 Tbs black pepper14 Tbs chili powdersalt ( for taste)Recette senegalaise de yassa poulet tres facile a faire a l aide de ma video ou j explique tout le process.
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