Learn how to "French" chicken drumsticks to look prettier and eat easier. Finished in the oven with Korean Barbecue Sauce. Easy chicken lollipop recipe once you learn to french the bone.
Course Appetizer, Main Course
Keyword barbecue, drumsticks, frenched, Korean
Prep Time 12 minutesminutes
Cook Time 40 minutesminutes
Total Time 52 minutesminutes
grill grate or oven
Sharp chef's knife
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Wash and pat the drumsticks dry with paper towels. Place in large bowl.
"French" the chicken drumsticks until you have exposed bones. Move on to the next step if you don't plan to "French" the drumsticks.
Brush with any sauce you like. I used a soy sauce based Korean BBQ sauce. I actually just dipped my drumsticks in a small bowl of sauce. CAUTION: Do not reuse this sauce since it was in contact with raw chicken. Use fresh sauce for basting during cooking.
Arrange the lollipop pieces in a baking pan. Cover the bone with foil if desired. Add a couple of garlic cloves and a cut lemon if desired.
Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Remove from oven. If you like crispy skin, remove the drumsticks from the baking pan and place them on a baking sheet.
Bastes generously with sauce.
Return to oven for 10-15 minutes turning pan midway to ensure even browning.
The internal temperature of the meat should be at ;east 165 degrees.
Plate with the bottom of the drumstick down. Best eaten hot!