Sunday, February 21, 2010

Taza Spicy Broast Chicken

Posted by Kero at Sunday, February 21, 2010
I have never been a fan of deep fried chicken. Either I find them too oily, too dry, or just plain messy to eat. Back in the Philippines, i always choose burger or pasta when eating out in fast food. But it all changed when my friends L and S took me to a fast food chain called Taza along Dhiyafah Road. We used to live along this road from about a year and a half and I always noticed the place is packed during lunchtime and dinner. But because I mostly see fried chicken on their  wall ad, hubby and I never dared to enter.

Anyways, during one of those afternoon walks, my two lady friends said we stop by for a snack at Taza and they ask me to try their best seller spicy broast meal. chicken. For 16 AED (P200), you are given half of a chicken cut into four parts - breast, ribs, wings, and thighs. It is served with fries, freshly baked Arabic bread, garlic paste, and ketchup. When i tasted, it was crispy, juicy, tasty, and spicy just the way I like it. Their serving was too much for a snack so I brought home two pieces for hubby. And even though always the healthy eater, Hubby was not able to resist finishing it all.

Our Saturday lunch. Broasting chicken  is a method combining  pressure cooking and deep frying after doing the special marinade. For those curious to make this recipe at home, broasting, apparently, is a trademarked technique. One cannot buy a broasting equipment and all that comes with it.

From then on, Taza was a regular place to eat. I think it even beats Nando's  or Popeyes'. chicken. For those looking for a meal with rice, Taza also offers maglouba, kabsa, and chicken mandi . Hubby had ordered all of those during our visits and Andreas is always happy to help him consume it all. The place has a three Playstation for older kids and a soft play for children below 5 years of age. Andreas gets to play with them while waiting for our order. When it's time to eat, we opt for the high chair area where we can watch the resident baker make fresh Arabic bread.

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6 sweets for Kero:

RODOLPHE SALIS on February 21, 2010 at 12:58 PM said...

Yeah!!!

Paris Paris!!!

Salut!

witsandnuts on February 21, 2010 at 3:18 PM said...

I was never happy about my chicken meal life in the UAE until I discovered taza. And yes, my most fave from there is the chicken broast.

Manang Kim on February 21, 2010 at 6:16 PM said...

I like fried chicken too!!


Valentines Foodah

Perfectly Blended on February 21, 2010 at 7:12 PM said...

Looks like I'm going to like this food.

His Unfailing Love on February 22, 2010 at 7:56 AM said...

hmmm...yummy! My kiddos love it.

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