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Cooking with PJ Vadas: Chicken wings with citrus

Source: https://www.farmerangus.co.za/2019/09/18/cooking-with-pj-vadas-chicken-wings-with-citrus/

Farmer Angus chicken wings with citrus

Ingredients:

100g grapefruit

100g orange

50g lemon

50g lime

5g chives

5g dill

5g mint

50g olive oil

 

2kg Farmer Angus chicken wings

 

Method:

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