It’s Chicken Day Worldwide and Yakitori at GMC

Many foodies may never have heard about the world chicken day in Kenya. At GMC Fun place, it is perhaps one of the most celebrated chicken spot in Kitengela. No! Correction, according to a couple and their three children who insist, “there’s chicken and then there’s GMC’s Yakitori chicken”.

And the children said, “mmmhh finger- licking, tummy-fillind, and ooh so tasty”. Yakitori at GMC Fun Place is definitely a must order and a take away too. Let us leave this twinkle in the eye fivesome and delve a bit in the chicken celebration today.

The World Chicken Day is celebrated in the United States with the consumption of fried chicken. Chicken lovers across the country recognize the day by feasting at a nearby restaurant, home, or an outdoor picnic.

Scottish immigrants brought their tradition of deep-frying chicken in fat to the southern United States. After its introduction to the American South, fried chicken soon became a staple. Over time, cooks added seasonings and spices to enrich the flavor of the chicken.

With more and more people eating chicken, the tradition will definitely grow. Like Maya Angelou said, the best comfort food will always be greens, cornbread and fried chicken.” So, what does it consist of? Fried chicken is a dish consisting of chicken pieces floured or battered, then pan-fried, deep-fried or pressure-fried. The breading adds a crisp coating to the exterior of the chicken.

Knowing how to get a good crisp on the chicken may seem elusive to some. However, some of the best cooks will tell you the keys to achieving the crispiest fried chicken involves seasoning well and early in the process, adding starch to your flour and frying your chicken at the right temperature. Finally, let the chicken rest before serving to allow the juices to be absorbed back into the meat. The chicken will be more tender when we allow it to rest.

But because each day is a blessing, why not treat yourself to some at the home of Yakitori, GMC? Served with your favorite side dishes, drinks and a spectacular ambience too. Open every day, GMC is the hub for fun, food and much more. Located on the Nairobi Namanga highway, you are guaranteed of security, sweet food and a swim too, in Kitengela’s only heated pool. For the little ones the fun never ends with a variety of games to enjoy.

Fried chicken just tends to make you feel better about life” ~ Minnie Jackson from the film The Help

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