This is a classic meal that the family enjoys and they are a big fan of sweet potatoes fries. In addition, they have to be fried in the deep frying pan and not roasted.
I adapted them slightly by adding the herb thyme to them. They tasted so amazing! The thyme adds another dimension to the slightly salted flavour. As well as this, I created a marinade for the Cajun chicken and left it for longer than usual. It makes a difference to the flavour.
Moreover, I managed to make a garlic mayonnaise as a dip and a salad which complementer each other. This is a great meal to have when the family come over or just a couple of you.
Cooking: 1 hour and 10 mins
Serves: 4 people
-1 tsp crushed pepper
-2 tsp Cajun seasoning
-1 tsp chilli powder
-1 tsp Cayenne pepper
-1 tsp parsley
-1/2 tsp cornflour
-6 tsp brown sugar
-100ml lemon juice
-500ml orange juice
-1 pack of chicken leg and thighs
-2 tsp Garlic paste
Serve with sweet potato fries and garlic mayonnaise dip or avocado dip.
For avocado dip recipe click here: https://www.creativecookblog.com/post/spicy-avocado-dip
Combine all of dry ingredients and mix well.
Add the lemon and orange juice and stir the marinade.
Put the chicken wings in the marinade and leave for a few hours.
Peel and chop the sweet potatoes into fries.
Place the chicken wings into a frying pan on a medium low heat.
Fry in batches until golden brown.
Put the chicken wings into a baking tray in the oven to keep warm.
Fry the sweet potatoes in a deep frying pan at 200 degrees Celsius until golden.
Put the sweet potatoes fries into the oven.
Use the rest of the marinade to make a sauce.
Pour the sauce over the chicken wings.
Make the garlic mayonnaise by getting ready made mayonnaise and mix with garlic paste and parsley.