This dish was done sometimes last year, not chance to post so just nice to Little Thumbs Up event.
Recipe from here with some modification
10 big drumsticks
1 tsp tumeric powder
1 tsp curry powder
1 tsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder
5 tbsp sugar (I reduced to 2.5 tbsp but next time will increase to may be 3.5 - 4 tbsp)
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp sesame oil
1. Marinade the drumsticks with all ingredients at once. (I used fork to poke all over the drumsticks then leave to marinate for overnight, I marinated on Sat morning and cooked on Sun night).
2. Preheat frying pan with a tablespoon of cooking oil. (I omitted this step and bake it straight instead)
3. Simmer drum stick over medium low heat until golden brown.
4. Bake the drumsticks in the oven for 35-40 mins at 200 degree and and serve hot. (I flipped the drumsticks every 15 mins)
The chicken drumstick is so flavourful, juicy and tender, dear husband said even the bone is tasty.
This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up : April 2015 Event: Chicken
organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY and hosted by Diana of The Domestic Goddess Wannabe
Loves it, can eat quite a number of it, hehe...ReplyDelete
I am drooling looking at your juicy and tender drums.
I want some snack too but not snake hehehe..shhh!!
These chicken drumsticks do look delish. .. yummy!ReplyDelete
Em..........yummy! It make me drooling , I wish can have 1 drumstick right now, hehe..........ReplyDelete
hahahaha... eat snake.. that's a good one... let me eat snake with you ;)... eat chicken! snake meat taste like chicken meat.. except that your chicken drumsticks look wayyyyy more appetising!ReplyDelete
They look lipsmackingly delicious!ReplyDelete
Hi Jess, these must be yummy licious and fuss free to prepare by baking instead of deep frying in oil. How much water do you add to simmer the chicken? Any gravy left before you bake them?ReplyDelete
Poor Jessie! I hope that your headache is gone now... I like to use blogging to recharge my energy too :pReplyDelete
Even the bones of these chicken are tasty!!!??? Must be very delicious!
Hope you are feeling better (though I'm one day late), the chicken drumsticks look delicious, lucky I have all the spices on hand, I can make this at home!ReplyDelete
Jess, quite a good idea to use satay marinade for drumsticks.ReplyDelete
Hor chiak ！ 卖相非常好！very goodReplyDelete
Hi Jess, how I wish I could sink my teeth into one of these drumsticks!ReplyDelete