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Monday, May 09, 2011


First of all 'Belated Happy mother's day' to all busy moms..Today's my recipe is- Kentucky broiled chicken.
 Fried chicken in any form is a tasty kind and can be had from the starter to the main course.I too like the fried chicken at any time of the day and I like the KFC chicken a lot.But how about doing the same at home in a more healthier way.I happen to pick up the Kentucky Kernel seasoned flour from the store which is a very apt coating for all veggies and non veg too.Initially when I just plain coated the seasoned flour,it was good  as a starter but partly bland with rice,so modified it a little.(thats truly optional,if u want it more spicier)

Kentucky broiled chicken

Above all, this is a broiled version ; low fat cooking method.You can either have them as starter (lollipops) or as the fried chicken with rice or biriyani.I loved this way of broiling as all the fat drips off and only 2 tsp of oil is required.(part of staying healthy :-)  )

chicken drumstick /leg quarter  -4
seasoned flour 3tsp
chilly powder 1tsp
pepper powder 1/2tsp
salt (if required)
oil 2tsp

Wash and skin off the drumsticks.Make 3-4 gashes with the help of a knife and place on a paper towel.

Mix all the flour and spices and form  a thick paste .

Marinate the drumsticks using the paste and keep  for 1 hour.Make sure u apply it evenly all over the drumstick.

Preheat the broiler and place the drumsticks in it.

Broil for about 15- 20 minutes,depending on the oven.

Turn the other side and place again in the broiler for 12 minutes.

Put off the broiler and let it stand for another 15minutes.

Tasty ,hot Kentucky broiled chicken is ready to serve.

Kentucky broiled chicken

  • servings 4 lollipops
Thanx to all my viewers,


Reva said... Best Blogger Tips

WOW... yummy chicken.. Broiling it makes it even more tempting .. First time here and I am glad to have visited your blog... Your blog is truly global, a mix of both authentic Indian recipes and goodies from around the world. Great work... keep posting some more yummy recipes:) Glad to follow u..

Sarah Naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

wow ..that looks absolutely delicious..

KrithisKitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for the low-fat tip.. chicken pieces looks so inviting!
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Binys Recipes said... Best Blogger Tips

wow thats a yummy low fat lollipop

Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

wow..mouth watering lollipops out there..much better and healthier than KFC chicken...great recipe!!

Suja Manoj said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow makes me drool...look so delicious.

JishasKitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

that looks absolutely delicious made it perfectly..:)

Jayanthy Kumaran said... Best Blogger Tips

that is a very special treat indeed Julie..any left overs are okey for me..:P
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divya said... Best Blogger Tips

wow ..that looks absolutely delicious..

Nandinis food said... Best Blogger Tips

Drooling here. Perfect and tasty chicken!!

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

That looks mouthwatering...You blog looks good...I am following your blog...

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Radhika said... Best Blogger Tips

Though being a vegetarian I can't help admiring the lollypop. First time to ur space and glad to follow you. Do stop by mine and follow me too.:)

Treat and Trick said... Best Blogger Tips

Healthy and yummy chicken, much better than store bought ones...

AMMU MOHAN said... Best Blogger Tips looks wonderful..

saleena said... Best Blogger Tips

Mouth watering...Looks so great

deepa soman said... Best Blogger Tips

all your receipes looks good.i will try it.good work.

Divya D said... Best Blogger Tips

spicy and delicious preparation!!!!!!!!!!!

Malar Gandhi said... Best Blogger Tips

Spicy lollipop...looks inviting.

a girl's diary said... Best Blogger Tips

It looks so delicious!! Perfect photography :)