Friday, November 17, 2006

Chicken leg Fry

Chicken Drumsticks (please read tips)
Ginger and Garlic paste
Chilli powder
Orange red color

Marinate everything and keep aside.

Cook without oil for 25 mins (turn the drumsticks in between and keep cover).

Remove cover and cook for 5 more mins.

Take a flat non-stick kadai, add little oil and cook c.drumsticks on both sides. sprinkle garam masala on top.

Fold small foil at the end of the drumsticks.

Serve with kobbari annam or Biriyani and cut lemon on side.


To remove skin with ease, hold the drumstick at its bulky end. Take a thick paper towel and pull the skin off using it.

Can be cooked in an oven too.

© 2006 by Rajani Rayudu


Asha said...

Looks great ,restaurany quality!
I enjoyed reading about Salty Carrot Halwa too!:D

Happy 2007!

Mridhool said...

I tried this out.. It was YUMMY! Thanks a lot for sharing!

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Asha,

Hi Mridhool,
You are welcome!


neelimaduvvuru said...

hi rajani...u r doing to many a big favour by putting all these recipes on ur site.just luvvvvv it!hey i have a doubt....while cooking chicken drumsticks,u said cook then in a dish before frying...does it mean in water? thanx to u in advance!

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Neelima,

Thanks for your comments! I don't use any water in this dish, just keep everything in one single layer, cover and cook.

If you are worried how it will turn out then cook in the oven.


Abilash said...

Hi Rajani Garu -

How do I cook the marinate meat with out oil? Do I need to add water as a substitute?

-- Abilash.

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Abilash,

No need to add water, chicken will release water while cooking. Take non stick pan with good lid on top which is flat enough to hold all the drumsticks in single layer. If you feel the chicken is not cooked try adding lemon juice only and follow my recipe. Good luck! tell me how it went in your kitchen..........


Anonymous said...

haiii....this one i tried in my's's a credit of u only..very much thanks to u amma.

Unknown said...

Hi rajani! i tried it too... The taste was superb. Thank u for the recipe.

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Sushma,

Thanks for your feed back. I am glad you all liked it.


Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Navani,

Thanks for your feed back.........


Unknown said...


I am newly married and learning to cook now. I cooked ur Kodi vepudu and it was I thought of trying these drumsticks.....but I couldnt find the qty mentioned....without knowing the amount its difficult for me to cook...could you plese tell me how many tsp of chilli powder and all......


Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Sanjo,

Thnaks for your feed back for kodi vepudu.

In here, we use required amount of gg paste, like say 1 tsp each gg paste for 1/2 g chicken, chilli powder 2 tsp may be or according to your spice level and salt according to taste.


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I tried chicken leg fry...though iam not good at cooking....i liked this reciepe..thanks for the article

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