This Hot and Sweet Drumsticks recipe is one I simply love - fuss free yet so delicious! I'd have to call it a cheat recipe because one doesn't really need good cooking skills to get this right as long as the correct amount of ingredients is measured for the marinade.
The thick goo-ey marinade looked thick and rich and coated the drum sticks beautifully. Though the recipe doesn't call for any marinating time, I let the chicken sit inside the jam mixture for a few hours so that it can absorb the flavours better.
The result is tender baked drumsticks in a finger-licking sauce that is a mix of sweet and a hint of spiciness - ooh so delicious!
Hot and Sweet Drumsticks (Serves 6)
- 1 cup Apricot Preserves (Apricot Jam)
- ½ cups Ketchup
- ¼ cups Soy Sauce
- 2 teaspoons Minced Garlic
- 2 teaspoons Hot Pepper Sauce (Tobasco or Sriracha)
- 3 pounds Drumsticks (about 12)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). In a small saucepan, combine preserves, ketchup, soy sauce, garlic and hot pepper sauce. Cook and stir over medium-low heat until preserves are melted.
- Arrange drumsticks in a single layer on a 13 x 9″ baking pan. Pour sauce over drumsticks, turning to coat. (I marinaded for a few hours before baking)
- Bake, uncovered, for 40-45 minutes or until chicken is done, spooning sauce over drumsticks while baking.
This is for Cook Like A Star hosted by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids, Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out and Mich of Piece of Cake.
Mich, I was eyeing this recipe too! Great that you tried it and now I am convinced that I should go for it too :)ReplyDelete
Mich, this sure looks very appetizing! So simple and easy recipe. Got to go and get some of the ingredients first.ReplyDelete
ooooh ya... just like the ones in newton circus.... now i need beerReplyDelete
Easy peasy and oh so tempting. Thanks for sharing, Mich...ReplyDelete
I have made this so many times, this brings back memories, hehehe. The problem with this month's theme is that I have done so many of her recipes I don't know what else do to anymore.....ReplyDelete
This is so delicious and i would like to try it tomorrow!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing
This is so easy and yummy. slurrpppp....ReplyDelete
Looks good, Mich! Thanks for sharing and I would love to try the recipe using mid-joint wings! :DReplyDelete
Delicious!! We definitely have to make these!! Such a great combination of flavors!ReplyDelete
What a delicious and moist chicken!! I love the look of this. A very yummy meal indeed!ReplyDelete
Love this easy & yummy recipe! Will try it it out soon!ReplyDelete
Not for me, but definitely(!) for my other-half. He'd looooooooove it :)ReplyDelete
I have seen a few recipes using apricot jam for BBQ or grilling but have not try any of these yet. Your sticky drumsticks has fully convinced me that apricot jam can be part of a good BBQ sauce too!
That is killer drumsticks Mich, yumm.ReplyDelete
Oooooooooo so juicy and delicious!ReplyDelete
Sweet, tangy, spicy...what a party of flavours! They drumsticks must be very tasty, Mich.ReplyDelete
Apricot preserve? Looks delicious Mich...I love the shiny color of this wings....yum!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful week ahead :D
Love the colour of these drumsticks. Look so delicious.ReplyDelete
If a recipe is fuss-free then I'm all for it! Very tasty and succulent drumsticks!ReplyDelete
Hi Mich, I can almost grab the chicken from my screen. :)) It look so delightful. Thanks for sharing the recipe.ReplyDelete
Have a great week ahead,regards.
This is one finger-licking good, deliciousness! Looks so good!
Sure looks delicious! Would love to try this too!ReplyDelete
the drumsticks caught my eyes.ReplyDelete
Ooo that marinade sounds awesome! Indeed a fuss free meal and finger licking good :)ReplyDelete
Hi Mich, yummylicious drumsticks and so tempting.ReplyDelete
I'm so ready to eat these wings with my hands! Love the glaze and oh look so good! My kids eat double amount of what I eat when wings are served. I guess we need a lot of chicken wings for this recipe!ReplyDelete
ooh, these certainly look very tempting indeed and fuss free!ReplyDelete
Yes, this would definitely work great with chicken wings too! Imagine the sticky sweet sauce coating each wing... yum.ReplyDelete
All I need to do is to steam some rice :D Those drumsticks sure look delicious , Mich !ReplyDelete
Gosh, these drumsticks look absolutely irresistible. Salivating already. Slurppp....ReplyDelete
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