How to make it

  • With a knife, pull and scrape the meat off the top to the bottom of the chicken drumette.
  • Marinate the chicken with minced ginger, mashed fermented red beancurd, egg white, black pepper, salt and sugar.
  • Set the chicken in the refrigerator and let it marinate for about 10 minutes.
  • Dip the chicken drumettes into the cornflour, then dip them into the egg yolk wash, and continue the same with the breadcrumbs.
  • ( TIP : Quick chill in the freezer while the oil is heating up on the frying wok, to prevent breadcrumbs from falling off into the oil while frying )
  • Deep fry the chicken drumettes on medium-high heat until golden brown.

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  • momc2024 11 years ago
    i will definitely try this.. thanks for sharing.
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  • unclefedor 11 years ago
    look great
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    " It was excellent "
    carvinmom ate it and said...
    oh these drumsticks look so good... cant wait to try a lot of your recipes.. you can teach me anyday!!! thanks for sharing and i hope to stop by often... carvinmom in montana
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    " It was excellent "
    wokkingmum ate it and said...
    I have a simple drumlet recipe that look really similar to yours when done! ;p
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  • meltingwok 12 years ago
    Sharon, you could whip up some spicy mango chutney, lemongrass with mayo dressings, OR just plain spicy ranch dressing is great. Let me know how it turns out, cheers :)
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    " It was good "
    chefsharon ate it and said...
    This looks fantastic! I'm going to try this for sure, what a great concept and panko is the bomb isn't it? Do you serve these with a dip?
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