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Herbed grilled yaji chicken breast

It's a few days to Christmas and i've got lots on my mind. One of the things bugging me at the moment is how i'm going to plan my Christmas menu around other events i have scheduled for this season.
Well, chicken is most definitely going to be part of the menu since it's a symbolic bird for the season. Personally, it has been a chicken affair for me especially since i've been putting up more chicken recipes lately i.e This recipe here where i showed how to roast a whole chicken. Today i'd be be adding a simple twist to one of my favorite chicken recipes focusing on just the chicken breast and making a marinade with herbs and yaji seasoning by matsecooks. I got it recently and i must say i really love it.  Paired with this is fried rice and vegetable salad. Enjoy!

How to make herbed grilled yaji chicken breast
• Prep:      
   10 minutes
• Cook time: 20 minutes
• Total time:  30 minutes
• Servings:   2
• Level:         Easy

• 1 full chicken breast
• 2 garlic cloves, minced
• 4 Scent leaves, chopped
• 1 tsp. thyme
• 1 tbsp. yaji seasoning
• 2 tbsp. cooking oil
• Salt to taste

Step 1: In a small bowl, combine the chopped scent leaves, thyme, yaji seasoning, minced garlic, salt to taste and cooking oil together then mix. 

Step 2: Divide the chicken breast into two and spread the mixture on the divided chicken breast.. Leave to marinate in refrigerator for about 30 minutes. 

Step 3: Oil the grilling rack and place the chicken breast on it. Grill for about 10 minutes on each side or until the breasts no longer look pink and the juices run clear.


  1. Joy Madukaife12/15/2016 5:30 am

    Thank you
    I really love to prepare this for Christmas

  2. Pls dobby which of the seasoning u think would be best in marinating catfish

    1. Any seasoning would do just fine including salt.

  3. Simple&precise dobby can I put it in the oven instead of grilling.

    1. Thanks Kemi. By putting it in the oven, you'll be baking it instead of grilling it.


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