Thursday, February 23, 2012

Air Fried Spiced Chicken Drumsticks (Air-Fryer Recipe)

These are oil free fried chicken drumsticks. Not a single drop of oil is used in marinating nor frying process. Believe me, this is the truth. Home cooked fried chicken can be done easily with air-fryer. Most importantly, less guilty of consuming fried food.

Air-Fried Spiced Chicken Drumsticks

5 chicken drumsticks, excess fat discarded and cleaned
potato starch

1 tsp of cumin
1 tsp of paprika
1 tsp of turmeric powder
3/4 tsp of salt
1 tsp of light soy sauce

1. Marinate the chicken for overnight in fridge.
2. Remove the chicken from fridge and leave it for 30 minutes under room temperature.
3. Preheat the air-fryer for 3 minutes under 180 deg C.
4. Coat the chicken drumsticks with potato starch.
5. Arrange the chicken drumsticks in the air-fryer tray. Air fry it for 12 minutes under 200 deg C. Over turn the chicken drumsticks and air fry for another 12 minutes.


Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

These chicken drumsticks look so delicious! I must try this for the kids, they'll love it!

daphne said...

my kind of food for sure! And because it's healthy.. one more won't hurt!

Irene said...

Looks marvellous! I just bought and had my black Philips Air Fryer delivered to me yesterday, checked it with glee, totally excited. Did a trial cooking with salmon skin and fish fillet, didn't really turn out crispy but I think it's my fault, not the cooker's. I am scouring the net for simple yummylicious home cooked recipe for Air Fry... thanks for all your posts... love them! Will try out this drumstick next week.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Pass me 10 of it, hahaha!

noobcook said...

really looks not oily at all... I intro your site to my friend who's thinking about buying an air fryer and she bought it after seeing your creations :p

Bo said...

I've never heard of an air fryer...I'll have to google it. The chicken looks so crispy not to be fried.

Lissa said...

Tried this last night. It was delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


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