We love chicken. The best part of cooking chicken is the fact that you can steam it to the taste you want. Many people find solace in using chicken to cook their everyday meal because it is very affordable and easy to prepare.
However some chicken taste better than your own because of the way it is steamed.
You should know that after spicing the chicken to suit your taste and preference you should add little or no water to it. This will ensure t hat the chicken absorbs the spices used for the first few minutes of boiling. You can add a little water after sometime to prevent it from burning. Doing this will ensure that by the time the chicken is cooked, it will absorb all the goodies from the spices and it will taste absolutely perfect.
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