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Thackeray Ethiopian-Spiced Fried Chicken

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A while back, we stopped for lunch at Thackeray and had a meal that totally blew us away. The lamb shawarma and Spanish prawn bowl were both fantastic, but the highlight for us was the Ethiopian-spiced fried chicken, served with a side of some simply amazing slaw.

After our food coma faded, we reached out to Jon and Micah, to see if they’d share some of their secrets. They happily obliged, and we are happy to present the recipes for their fried chicken and side slaw, featuring Berbere and Israeli Za’atar to great success. Check out the recipe to try it at home, or stop by Thackeray and see for yourself what we’re raving about.



Recipe copyright © 2016 by Thackeray Restaurant. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.


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