Thursday, August 26, 2010

Spicy Baked Chicken Drumsticks

Spicy baked chicken drumsticks are an instant hit with the guests who visit our home. Unlike the chicken drumsticks served in a restaurant, these baked chicken drumsticks do not need any oil at all. Hence this recipe is a very healthy option for calorie conscious individuals. 

Ingredients
Chicken Drumsticks - 6
Curd (preferably hung curd or thick curd) - 3 tbsp
Ginger - 1 inch
Garlic - 1 big pod or 3 medium pods
Green Chillies - 5 (As per taste)
Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp (optional)
Coriander powder - 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder - 1/4 tsp
Chopped Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp
Salt - as per taste

Grind to Paste
Garlic+Green Chillies+Ginger+Chopped Coriander Leaves

Method of Preparation
1. Wash the drumsticks and make slits on them.
2. In a bowl add the rest of the ingredients including the ground paste and mix well. 
3. Now add this mixture to the drumsticks and mix well so that, they get a good coating of the marinade. Let the chicken rest in the marinade overnight or for 24 hours. 
4. In a preheated oven at 350F place the drumsticks on a greased baking tray and let it bake for 45 min. 
5. After 45 min, turn the drumsticks over and cook for another 30 to 45 min or until they turn golden brown.
6. Once the drumsticks are cooked, increase the oven temperature to 450F and let the chicken become crisp for 15-20 minutes.
7. Serve the spicy baked chicken drumsticks hot with onion rings.

Sending this recipe to 'Two For Tuesdays'
T4ToriginalGirlichef

11 comments:

  1. Spicy Baked Chicken Drumsticks looks Yummy ...

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  2. Slurppp!!tempting drumsticks..

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  3. chustuntene tinali ani undi......... :-)

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  4. Hi Sujana,

    Visiting for the first time...I love those drum sticks!!!They are so yummy!!!Do visit me when time permits>>.

    Sameena@http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  5. This looks so delicious! I don't know what curd is? Is it lard or oil? Thanks for linking this to Two for Tuesdays Blog Hop!

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  6. Oh wow...the flavors in this sound amazing. Delicious option for any meal! Thank you for sharing them w/ Two for Tuesdays this week. (Is the curd from making paneer??? Or yogurt???...)

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  7. @Christy - Curd is nothing but Yogurt
    @Girlichef - Thnx for organizing the wonderful event Two for Tuesdays. Yogurt is also referred to as Curd in India

    Thnx Priya, Anil, Jafer, Sameena

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  8. Thanks! I guess I should have known but I didn't. ;o)

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  9. Hi Sujana and so glad you visited the two for tuesday recipe blog hop because now I can visit your blog and am following you and receiving your RSS feed! That is one thing that we forget in this international world that sometimes things are called by different names! I thought you meant like cottage cheese curds! These chicken legs would be great for a party! Alex@amoderatelife

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  10. I don't know why, because it's always in my house, but I tend to forget about marinating in yogurt. Silly of me because it's a fantastic tenderizer and it tastes great. Thank you for joining up at the blog hop at Two for Tuesday. This is a great recipe.

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  11. Great Blog. New follower from today's blog hop.
    http://abundanceyeah.blogspot.com/2010/09/many-flavors-of-salsa-jalapeno-carrot.html

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