Family Chicken Drumsticks


Introduction: Family Chicken Drumsticks

This recipe is a nice, easy and CHEAP meal. Good for people with a limited budget or even if your looking for a nice tasty chicken dish for the whole family.

Step 1: What You Need

What you will need is

Diamond drumstick coating packet x2
( I recommend one hot n spicy and one original )

3 eggs - beaten

Chicken drumsticks - see on your drumsticks coating packet to see how many they make.

Salt and pepper

Step 2: Prepare

Turn on the oven to 200 degrees Celsius on traditional bake.

Step 3: Make Them

Dip the drumsticks into the beaten eggs, let drip for a few seconds. Coat in the coating/crumbs ( I have mixed together the hot n spicy and the original to get a beautiful flavour). Place on the tray not touching each other.

Step 4: Cook

Place in the hot oven and baste with oil.
Cook for 15-17 minutes, turn over and cook for another 12-15 minutes.

Tip: to check if they are cooked, grab a skewer or toothpick and poke a hole and if all the fatty juices ooze out they are very close to ready.cook for another 5 minutes to make sure they are cooked.

Step 5: Serve

Et Voila! Serve with some homemade hot chips with a side of sauce, and there you have a nice home cooked dinner that the whole family will love!

Enjoy and good luck!



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    11 Discussions

    You buy it from new world!

    Where do you buy the coating? We might make them this week!

    Yeh, how many people does your one serve?

    It really depends on how many you are feeding, Phoenix flare :)

    How many drumsticks do you recommend to buy?

    GIVE ME THOSE CHICKEN LEGS! Mouth-watering and home style, I love the look of them! I voted this! I must try it!!!

    Mmmm... They look so good! I voted for all the categories

    I would trade my children for those right now. The photos are craving-inducing.

    Thankyou! They sure were!