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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Lonumirus Chicken Drumsticks

My little guy used to be easier to feed but nowadays when it comes to chicken he is getting a bit picky on how its cooked. He prefers the drumstick and it has to be either roast or baked .
.  I always make a  batch of lonumirus , which is a fiery hot chilli paste , and keep it stored in the fridge  to be used when needed. I decided to bake my chicken slathered with this fiiery hot paste but mellowed the chilli flavour by adding coconut milk .  The flavour was delicious with a big thumbs up from little guy.

Recipe: Lonumirus Chicken Drumsticks

8 chicken drumsticks, skin removed
2 tbsp lonumirus, you can get the recipe here
1/4 cup coconut milk ( I used can, you can use fresh thick coconut milk or mix 3 tbsp coconut milk powder with 1/4cup water)
1 lime

With a sharp knife make a few slashes across the flesh of the chicken. Season the chicken pieces with a big pinch of salt.

In a small bowl mix coconut milk, lonumirus and lime juice , mix with a spoon.

Mix the  prepared spice mix into the chicken pieces and leave to marinate for atleast an hour in the fridge.

Preheat the oven to  about 220 degree C . Arrange  the chicken pieces on a lightly oiled baking tray or in a oven proof dish.

Bake till the chicken pieces are cooked through, about 45 minutes.You can even pop these  onto a barbecue !!!

Enjoy with some baked potatoes, or masala mash,   or even with rice .


  1. Spicy chili sauce and naturally sweet creamy coconut cream...the combination of flavour sounds just fabulous!

  2. OMG! it looks so delicious!

    But why aren't you using some tool for generating recipe cards for your recipes?
    Here is a good one with nice features:

  3. Wow... drumsticks with a kick! No wonder the little gentleman loved it... I always wonder what kids have with drumsticks, mine too don't eat any other part of the chicken... hehe...


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