Chicken Lollipop

Chicken Lollipop
Chicken Lollipop Recipe - A hot and spicy appetizer made with drummettes or whole chicken wings.To make chicken lollipop, either drummettes or whole chicken wings can be used. Both need to be frenched to get the shape of a lollipop. I have used drummettes. If you live in a place where drummettes are not available, you can use whole chicken wings. If you are a beginner and has not handled meat before i suggest you try with drummettes. These are the first portion of the whole chicken wings and are fairly easy to french.
Recipe Type: Snacks, Starters
Cuisine: Indo Chinese
Preperation Time:  1 Hour 
Cooking Time:  25 mins 
Total Time:  1 Hour 25 mins
Serving: 4
(240 ml cup used)
½ kg chicken drummettes (or 1 lb)
oil as needed
1 ¼ tbsp. Ginger garlic paste or ½ tsp each of powder
¼ to ½ red chili powder or paprika (adjust)
½ tsp garam masala or any spice powder
⅛ tsp salt
4 tbsp corn flour or (2 tbsp. rice flour)
1 medium onion
¾ tbsp. ginger
¾ tbsp. garlic
1 tsp soya sauce
1 tsp vinegar
¾ tbsp. red chili powder or paste ( can use 1 tbsp.)
1 tsp sugar (can reduce to ½)
½ cup water
coriander or celery as needed
Add 3 to 4 tbsp. yogurt to a bowl, whisk it. Add 1 ¼ cup water and salt.
Add chicken and soak 1 hour to overnight to tenderize the chicken.
Drain off the buttermilk and marinate with marination ingredients except flour. Mix well.
Add corn flour mixed with salt.
Fry or grill the chicken in oven until cooked. Details mentioned in the step by step pictures above.
Add 1.5 tsp oil for seasoning and heat it.
Saute ginger garlic until aromatic. Fry onions until transparent. While the onions fry make a paste of red chili powder with 1.5 tbsp. water
Add vinegar and soya sauce.
Add red chili paste and sugar. Saute just for a while.
Add water and cook till the sauce thickens.
Add drummettes and toss.
Garnish with coriander or celery.

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