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Unread 05-14-2013, 08:35 PM   #16
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The recipe looks great. I raced out & bought 6lbs of drumstick and the necessary herbs. Into my thermomix went all the marinate material. I then packed the lot in a vacuum bag and put it in the fridge:

So I will now BBQ the drumsticks tomorrow evening!
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I left the 6lbs of drumsticks to marinate for a little over a day.
I then continued as instructed and wiped of surplus marinade.

And placed the lot on my heated BBQ indirect (a bit of a squeeze).




Chicken didn't cook so well on indirect so I moved across to direct and turned all burners on. With a little moving around all looked good.


Into a bowl & let stand covered for 15 minutes. Now ready to go.


I served with boiled rice (cooked with chicken stock) and added peas when almost cooked. We also had a good 1998 Cabernet.
We enjoyed the chicken. It had a pleasant flavour and was very moist. Was it exceptional - probably not. Would I do it again - very likely. It was a change that was welcome.
I appreciate the recipe. Thank you.
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Glad you enjoyed it John. When you do it again are there any changes you would make? Always looking for ideas on how to tweek.
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Glad you enjoyed it John. When you do it again are there any changes you would make? Always looking for ideas on how to tweek.
I would think one could add a few more Thai flavours such as fish sauce, lemon grass and ginger. But without change it sure produced a moist chicken. I have just had a couple of drumstick cold for lunch. The recipe produces an excellent cold product!!!
I enjoyed cooking your recipe.
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I have just had a couple of drumstick cold for lunch. The recipe produces an excellent cold product!!!
I enjoyed cooking your recipe.
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This has me thinking of a cold chicken and soba noodle salad with a sesame ginger vinaigrette.
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