Indian Spiced Chicken Drumsticks #SundaySupper

The weather has played a dampener this weekend that is so unusual for this time of the year!The kids were looking forward to our pool opening,but the weather Gods had something else in mind, I guess!Our Sunday Super team is definitely unfazed by the weather pattern and we’re here to lift your spirits up with some mouth watering picnic ideas!!

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I’ve got my scrumptious Roasted Chicken Drumsticks with a spice blend of Coriander,Fennel,Cumin,Red Chilies,Cinnamon and Cloves that gives it some great flavors.I toasted the spices in a pan until the air in my kitchen was filled with a warm aromatic scent and then transferred the mixture into my spice grinder.You could use this as a spice rub for various meats or fish too!So good!

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I marinated these overnight and broiled them the next day until all nice and golden on all sides.Drumsticks are the perfect finger foods for a picnic and are adored by adults and kids alike!Pack it with some salad or grill them right in the picnic area if you have the facility and you’ve got  a great picnic dish that couldn’t be any easier!

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Indian Spiced Chicken Drumsticks

Ingredients

    Indian Spice Blend
  • Coriander Seeds-3 tbsp
  • Cumin Seeds-1 1/2 tbsp
  • Fennel Seeds-1 tbsp
  • Cinnamon-1 inch
  • Cloves-4
  • Dry Red Chili-2
  • For the Marinade:
  • Chicken Drumsticks-7-8 pieces
  • Thick Yoghurt-1 cup
  • Crushed Ginger-1 tbsp
  • Crushed Garlic-1 tbsp
  • Indian Spice Blend-2 tbsp
  • Oil-2 tbsp
  • Salt-to taste
  • Chaat Masala (optional)-1 tbsp

Instructions

  1. In a pan toast all the spices on low heat until aromatic making sure to not burn it.
  2. Transfer into a spice grinder and coarse grind the spices.
  3. In a ziplock bag mix all the marinade ingredients except oil and keep it in the fridge for a few hours or overnight.
  4. When ready arrange on a greased foil lined baking sheet,drizzle oil all over and broil until all golden turning the drumsticks every now and then to develop color on all sides.
  5. Brush the sides with the remaining marinade to keep them moist and flavorful.
  6. Sprinkle some lemon juice and chaat masala all over and serve warm!

This wonderful event is hosted by the lovely Katy of Happy Baking Days and our group has some amazing picnic ideas for this season!Get inspired :)

Salads and Slaws:

Sandwiches and Mains:

Desserts:

Drinks:

Check back on Sunday for all the recipes! You can join in the chat on Twitter too: we’ll tweet throughout the day and share all of our picnic recipes. Our weekly chat starts at 7:00 pm EST. To join in, just follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, and remember to include it in your tweets. You can also check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board for more delicious recipes and photos.

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Comments

    • Soni says

      Thanks! You could serve this with a cool cucumber raita using Yoghurt, shredded cucumber and some salt and mix them together!

  1. says

    Yum! I wish we were coming into picnic season… unforetunately it is cooling down very quickly… I think I will be searching your sight for warming curries 😉 and saving this dish for our summer, it looks so delicious it will be hard to wait.
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  2. Diana @GourmetDrizzles says

    These look incredible, Soni! Love how the yogurt marinade and spices all work together. And that color… looks like a perfect picnic addition to me! 😉

  3. says

    Your chicken drumsticks look sooo good, Soni. And since you inspired me to buy coriander with your curry recipe, I’m all prepared! Thank you for sharing another winning dish =)

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