Baked Chicken Drumsticks

Baked Chicken Drumsticks created by diner524

From a cookbook titled Let the Kids Cook which was distributed by a local supermarket in a showbag and the local Royal Agricultural Show. Times are estimated.

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  • Slash each drumstick in 3 places with a sharp knife.
  • In a bowl combine all the ingredients and work the marinade into the drumstick meat.
  • Lay the drumsticks out in a single layer in a shallow pan or on a baking tray, leaving a little space between each if possible and pour over any excess marinade.
  • Bake at 180C for 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown and bubbling (time will depend on size of drumsticks).
  • Serve with coleslaw.
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"From a cookbook titled Let the Kids Cook which was distributed by a local supermarket in a showbag and the local Royal Agricultural Show. Times are estimated."
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  1. Kelvin G.
    I've made this recipe about 20 times now. Ive modified the ingredients slightly and use it for a whole cut up chicken instead of just drum sticks. Instead of the tomato sauce I use ketchup and chili powder instead of the chili sauce. I cook it in a 420 degree oven for about 70 minutes. Amazing, delicious and you will want do to it again.
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  2. Kelvin G.
    I've made this recipe about 20 times now. Ive modified the ingredients slightly and use it for a whole cut up chicken instead of just drum sticks. Instead of the tomato sauce I use ketchup and chili powder instead of the chili sauce. I cook it in a 420 degree oven for about 70 minutes. Amazing, delicious and you will want do to it again.
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  3. Chef Dudo
    Very tasty. The only thing I changed was to sub the Worcestershire sauce (did not have any) for Ketjap Manis. The drumsticks were good hot as well as cold. Easy to make. Yes, a good recipe. Thanks for posting.
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  4. Vamommy08
    yummy and easy recipe!
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  5. nemokitty
    Very good tasting chicken! I used dried ginger and garlic, ketchup instead of tomato sauce and cut the recipe down in half since I only had 4 drummies. Made for Rookie Tag Game 2013.
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