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    Big Chicken Drumsticks. What should I do with 'em?

    Lazy one in tonight. Icy beer on the sofa and live football on the flatscreen.

    Picked up a 3 pack of chicken drumsticks. What should I do with 'em?



    Fancy something sloppy... chips and beans sorta thing, which will probably be served with em. But the drumsticks...?

    Any recommendations?... can do anything really, grill, bake, fry... Some sort of light batter? breadcrumbs? Some sort of marinade? Got a full kitchen to choose from?

    It's in yer hands folks.

    (although the first beer is about to be popped so any marinading will wanna be done pronto. )

    Cheers all.

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    Lazy night in,put them in the fridge order pizza.Then tomorrow roast them in the oven with small wedged potatoes.

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    Fancy something home cooked... Roast in the oven with wedges, that can be done.

    Anything done to them first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao View Post
    Lazy one in tonight. Icy beer on the sofa and live football on the flatscreen.

    Picked up a 3 pack of chicken drumsticks. What should I do with 'em?



    Fancy something sloppy... chips and beans sorta thing, which will probably be served with em. But the drumsticks...?

    Any recommendations?... can do anything really, grill, bake, fry... Some sort of light batter? breadcrumbs? Some sort of marinade? Got a full kitchen to choose from?

    It's in yer hands folks.

    (although the first beer is about to be popped so any marinading will wanna be done pronto. )

    Cheers all.
    Mustard and breadcrumbs with some cracked black peeper deep fried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao View Post
    Fancy something home cooked... Roast in the oven with wedges, that can be done.

    Anything done to them first?
    What ever your favourite herbs and spices are,i like rosemary and garlic potato wedges.
    Make sure to par boil spuds drain and shake in colander,to rough them up spike with rosemary and crushed garlic .Then roast in hot oil in oven to make crispy.With the chicken,lime and garlic rub.

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    Man that all sounds good.

    And effort.

    Went for the roast... flour, paprika, salt and pepper. Drumsticks dipped in a bowl of melted butter, then tossed around in the seasoned flour, then into the preheated oven.

    Am contemplating the wedges, is it worth the semi drunken effort.

    Of course it is... but will it.

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    Am contemplating the wedges, is it worth the semi drunken effort.
    Of course it is. Got some wedges parboiling. Will shake em all about and get some rosemary, garlic salt and paprika on em before in to the oven. Just turned the chicken, and like Isann's finest, it's finger lickin' good.

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    Eat them raw. It will be okay.... honest.

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    Wow... hilarious.

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    Just checked em. About 10 mins to go. Kitchen smells like heaven.

    Got a bit rough n ready with the roughing the edges of the parboiled wedges and they were put into the oven as something quite close to potato mush sticks coated with rosemary, paprika and garlic salt....

    that's beer cooking for ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    Wow... hilarious.
    It certainly would be.

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    The coal mine's gain, was the comedy circuit's loss eh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao View Post
    Just checked em. About 10 mins to go. Kitchen smells like heaven.

    Got a bit rough n ready with the roughing the edges of the parboiled wedges and they were put into the oven as something quite close to potato mush sticks coated with rosemary, paprika and garlic salt....

    that's beer cooking for ya.
    Next time make a casserole,and use the beer as one of the ingredients.
    Enjoy those wedges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    Just checked em. About 10 mins to go. Kitchen smells like heaven.

    No greens for taunting the less well off CM, enjoy your meal

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    Sure did.

    am pretty sure the chix were about 40b so not exactly the food of the rich and famous.

    Fuckin delish that was. Plus the missus is in a huff coz I told her to feck off and leave me wedges alone, sweet, football n beer in silence. Stole the show they did, cheers klong toey. Will be doing some more of them tmro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    Next time make a casserole,and use the beer as one of the ingredients.
    You seem to be the man, feel free to list out how I'd do that.

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    Season them, brown them in frying pan, put in casserole dish with whatever veg you have (onions, garlic, carrots, peppers), herbs, add red wine (or beer) and a tin of tomatoes. Salt and pepper.

    Bake in the oven until cooked, or even over cooked when the meat is falling off the bones. Keep checking that the sauce is not drying up. Serve with rice, or a nice crusty bread.

    I find if there is any of the sauce left over it's great with pasta the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    feel free to list out how I'd do that.
    Next time I do a chicken casserole will pfoto and post it here

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    Well the wedges were so nice, I'm gonna do some again tonight, this time with the grilled chicken breast I've had marinating since last night, and maybe some corn on the cob and green-beans or sumfing.

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    Tesco meat? Throw it away.

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    Bit late for that Jet.

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