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Chicken Lollipops

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 1 hr 25 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • Marinade :

  • Seasoning :

  • Garnish :

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Chicken lollipops are a popular appetizer in Indo-Chinese cuisine. Essentially, it is a frenched chicken winglet made to look like a lollipop by cutting the meat loose from the bone end and tucking it down to have a lollipop appearance. They’re fun to eat, because they are bite-sized finger foods with their own built in handle. The bone handle lets you keep your hands relatively clean of the spicy but sometimes messy red sauce that covers the lollipop.

Health Benefits

Chicken is a great meat to eat; it has a lot of health benefits that are made more powerful and effective due to chicken’s widespread availability. You can affordably and easily obtain the health benefits of chicken. Chicken has a high protein content, and protein is the building block of the cells. It is needed not only to build cells like hair follicles, blood cells, muscles, etc., but it’s also needed to repair them.

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How to make Chicken Lollipops

  1. Add 3 to 4 tbsp yogurt to a bowl.
    1. Whisk it.
    2. Add 1 ¼ cup water and salt.
  2. Add chicken and soak 1 hour to overnight to tenderize the chicken.
  3. Drain the buttermilk and applytheMarinade ingredients except for the corn flour.
    1. Mix well.
    2. Add corn flour mixed with salt.
  4. Fry or grill the chicken in oven until cooked.
    1. Add 1.5 tsp oil for seasoning and heat it.
    2. Sauté ginger garlic until aromatic.
    3. Cook onions until transparent.
  5. While the onions cook make a paste of red chili powder with 1.5 tbsp water.
    1. Add vinegar and soya sauce.
    2. Add red chili paste and sugar.
    3. Sauté just for a while.
  6. Add water and cook till the sauce thickens.
  7. Add drummettes.
  8. Garnish chicken lollipop with coriander or celery.

Trivia

The world's largest lollipop was made in 2012 by the See's Candy Company.

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