RECIPE: Chef Cebo’s saucy amawotwana

Chef Cebo's spicy amawotana are rich in collagen and tasty.

Chef Cebo's spicy amawotana are rich in collagen and tasty too. PHOTO: Chef Lufuno Sinthumule

It doesn’t matter whether you call it walkie talkies, amawotwana or maotwana a koko. Chicken feet is a traditional township delicacy. Many local and international celebrities, including Grammy award-winning rapper Cardi B, loves it.

Braaied, braised or even stewed chicken feet are known to be rich in nutrients and are beneficial to collagen production in the skin. KwaZulu-Natal chef Nomcebo Ndlela, the owner of I cook with Cebo, shares her recipe with Food For Mzansi for the sauciest, lip-smacking chicken feet to ever touch your lips.

Amawotwana are my favourite because they easy to make and best enjoyed using hands so very easy to nibble one,” Ndlela says.

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