Jul 15, 2014

Chicken Lollipop Recipe / Restaurant Style Chicken Lollipop Recipe


Chicken lollipop, me and my hubby's favorite appetizer to order whenever we drop by any restaurant. I make it occasionally at home, because i dont find chicken lollipop often in the frozen section. This recipe is a restaurant style one, i already posted a sauce coated chicken lollipop already in this blog years back. If you are checking excuse me for the blurry image.


Couple days back, i bought a packet of lollipop. I told my sister about that, immediately she wanted me to make lollipop. I tried making it little differently like restaurant style and it was amazing..So juicy and tasty..I hope you will love it and let me know how it turns out..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Marinating Time : 30 mins
Cooking Time : 15 to 20 mins
Serves : 2 to 3

Ingredients:

Chicken Lollipop - 12 pieces
Oil for Deep Frying

For Marination:
Red Chilli Paste - 1 tblspn ( I ground 3 dry red chillies with water)
Ginger Paste - 1 tblspn 
Garlic Paste - 1 tblspn 
Chilli Powder - 1 tsp
Pepper Powder - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Soya Sauce - 1 tblspn
White Vinegar - 1 tblspn
Tomato ketchup - 3 tblspn
Cornflour / Cornstarch - 3 tblspn
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3 tblspn
Ajinomoto a pinch (optional)

Method:

Mix chicken lollipop with all the marinating ingredients except cornflour and maida.. Keep aside for 30 mins.

Now add in cornflour and maida. Mix well.

Heat oil for deep frying. Once the oil is hot, Drop chicken in hot oil, simmer the flame and cook on low heat for 10 mins till the chicken is cooked, Now increase the heat and fry the chicken on high heat for 5 mins or till the chicken get crispy and cooked.

Drain and serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

take you chicken lollipop

Now take a bowl

Add in red chilli paste ( I ground some
dry red chillies with some water)

Add ginger paste

Add garlic paste

Add in chilli powder and pepper powder

Add some salt

soya sauce

vinegar

some ketchup

mix it well

add chicken in

mix and marinate it for 30 mins

Add in maida and cornflour

mix well

Heat oil for deep frying

Add chicken in and fry

Once fried serve with ketchup mixed with
some chilli paste to make it spicy




42 comments:

  1. echi oorudeeeeeeeeeee.......... send me some :-)

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  2. Delicious recipe .... def gonna try.

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  3. Simply drooling over here by looking at the chicken lolipop. Wonderfully presented as well.
    Deepa

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  4. why do u use always frozen chicken, as u were in town like nagercoil u cud get fresh chicken, its not ideal for our health.
    although u r using frozen one the recipe came out very well, kudos

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  5. @Anonymous Chicken lollipop is not available fresh here, so i get frozen..

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  6. Hi i need a help frm u. I want to try chicken malai tikka r reshmi kabab. I hv grill microwave i cnt bake. Cn u plz help me out i need d recipe either grill r skillet fry. Hope to gt ur rply sn. Regards

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  7. @fouziaJust skillet fry them, but keep a eye on them always and cook on a low heat

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  8. hi arthi,
    I tried your chicken lollipop recipe today,it was awesome and my whole family liked it.thanks for your wonderful recipe

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  9. It was amazing.. Super taste...everyone liked it..thanks for ur recipe

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  10. Hi Aarthi..

    This is perfect recipe i got till this day for chicken lollipop.

    I tried with same proportions of all the ingredients and they came out Well..

    However...the slight issue was that the flour(maida and corn) dint get stick to the chicken totally...i mean...when they were left to get fry....the flour was coming out partially from the chicken.

    How can I avoid this and make sure the flour ( maida and corn) doesnt come out while frying..

    please give some advice on this.

    Thank you Aarthi
    !!

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  11. @MadhuriU have to fry these in rhigh heat. if ur oil temp is not correct then the masala will come out.

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  12. Mouth watering recipie.. m gonna try it today :)

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  13. Fusion cuisine idea : make with chicken wings as chicken lollipop is not available in USA. Or use chicken legs.

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  14. @AnonymousU can use any of the both. they work great

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  15. my mom is gonna try your reciepe today wish her goog luck thanku aunty....

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  16. Ur recipes r tooooo yummy...Sp ur step by step pictorial...thank u for sharing ur cooking treasure with everyone...plz keep sharing..recipes r yummy on everyone's tummy.

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  17. Can we. make. it. with other parts of chicken,,,,becos we can't get lollipops here!!!!!

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  18. OMG.. they look soooo delicious. I am going to try this ASAP. Will tag you in when I do. Slurp slurp

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  19. It looks yummy!!!guyz u can try to modify chicken legs into chicken lollypops if u donot find it in ur store.Check out youtube on how to make chicken lollypop pieces.I tried it at first it isnt perfect.As u keep going it gets perfect lollipop pieces.

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  20. Bau saras maza avi gayi

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  21. Yummyyyyy.....

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  22. Made this on Rakhi this year. Came out even better than restaurant. My entire family loved it. Thanks a lot Aarthi!!

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  23. Hi can v marinate...keep in fridge later can deep fry after 5-6 hours

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  24. Why my chicken pakodi is becoming very hard. Even if it is for chilly chicken also
    . Whats going wrong.

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  25. @Lokesh vamseedhar reddyit is all because of frying..U have to start frying in a high temp, so it seals the masala..Now lower the flame and cook on a low flame. This will make the chicken soft

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  26. It was exactly like restaurant style 😊. Thanks

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  27. Lollipops turned out even better than restaurant ones. My family has become a fan of it. All thanks to you.

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  28. At what Tempature should oil be for frying chciken ? also how long to fry chicken for?

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  29. @Nareshnot sure about the temp, but the heat should be medium high and it will take around 6 to 8 mins for the chicken to cooked..test a chicken whether it is dont or not

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  30. Can we use rice flour instead of corn flour???

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  31. Ur recipes r awesome. I m goin to try lollipop recipe. U make the recipe to superb easy to understand I bookmarked . And will follow your recipes.

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  32. Love your recipes!
    Your site is very friendly and demonstrative.
    Thank you for sharing!
    :)

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