♥...Crumbed Boxing Chicken...♥

Hello, good morning friends! How U all doing today???

Okey, I'm back again with my most favourite...Chicken of course! U knew I've got a soft corner for fried chickens right. Thus, I bookmarked this recipe straightaway after reading it! Another friend, Ika from Bangkok has also tried it.

This recipe belongs to a new found cyberfriend of mine, TUMMY from 3 hungry tummies. Though I discovered their yummylicious blog just recently, glad I did it! Really interesting blog with variety of food with easy-to-follow step by step pictures. U'll surely drool if U are there. Don't ya believe me? Visit them...hihi...kenyit

Alright, we'll get into the recipe now. On how to prepare the drumlets, check out the steps images by Tummy. I didn't had an assistant to shoot the making.

CRUMBED BOXING CHICKEN by 3hungrytummies

Ingredients :~
makes 12
  • 1/2 kg of chicken drumlets
  • 1/3 cup of panko breadcrumbs*
  • 1/3 cup of coarse sweet potato flour* ( I used normal potato starch)
  • 1 egg ~ beaten
  • sweet chili sauce to serve ( I served with chili sauce and mayonnaise)
  • mix ingredients marked *
for the marinade ~ Mix together
  • 1.5 tbsp of oyster sauce
  • 1 tbsp of light soy
  • 1 tsp of sesame oil
  • 1 tsp of grated ginger
  • 1 tsp of grated garlic
  • dash of Chinese cooking wine ( x add)
  • dash of white pepper
  • a pinch of five spice powder
  • a pinch of salt
Method :~
  1. To prepare the chicken - first remove the excess fat, with a sharp knife cut around the thin end of the drumlet til the skin and sinewy bits are separated from the bone.
  2. Pull the meat down with the help of a knife and you will get a little chicken lollipop. Repeat with the rest of the drumlets.
  3. Marinate the chicken overnight or for at least 2 hours.
  4. Dip chicken in beaten egg then coat it with the panko and flour mixture. Repeat the rest.
  5. Deep fry in batches til golden and crispy.
  6. Serve immediately with some sweet chili sauce.

My kids enjoyed their boxing chicken. Managed to save 3 pcs for a photo shoot as they can't wait to lay their tiny hands on. I couldn't wait too...hahaha! sengihnampakgigi

The chickens disappeared as soon as they're out from the wok! Seriously, I loved it too. Would give 2 thumbs up for Tummy...good job friend! tepuktangan

I fried them more darker and crispier...ooo la la!:woooh:


  1. wooww...rasa mcm nak gigit gigit jek ayam nih.. menggoda la love ni tau...boleh try nih...

  2. Thanks for trying out the recipe Love! Looks great and I might make some more for tonight's dinner lol
    I do not have an assistant too so taking step by step photos can be a real pain!

  3. love...mas nak 3 ketoi...sedapnya tengok..nanti mas pun nk try buat juga la...

  4. Looks yummy! This is a great finger food for party. Thanks for sharing. I have not come across coarse sweet potato flour. Any special brand and where can we buy it from? Thanks!

  5. wow love! the chicken looks great..hmm must try jugak ni ;-)

  6. kalau nak resepi ayam rasanya ni lah the right blog..hehe mengancam tu!

  7. love wanna eat wif u but takmo boxing2 ye hehheeh how r u dear?

  8. ayam ni leh wat boxing tak? akekekkekee..

  9. Wat a beautiful and tempting name..looks absolutely delicious chicken..

  10. Wahhh Love.....waaaaaaaaaaaallla.......nampak sedap and crunchy jer....mesti rishie and ashika puas makan ni....en hubby mesti makin caaaaaaaaayang kan? :) Pandai masak niii.........

  11. Hi Love...
    Wow best nye boxing chicken tue... i wish we could buy thigh too here...thigh ayam pencen ada la.hehehe... hopefully diorang tak boxing2 la lepas makan ayam ni. hihi

  12. Mmmmm deliciouso....

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

  13. Hi Chicken oops!! I mean Love ;-) There is no doubt that u r a chicken lover. But I love the way you take these alluring pictures...
    No wonder it was finished soon...

    Hamaree Rasoi

  14. These look REALLY GOOD! Plus by the way they disappear, needless to say lah, how they taste...
    Btw, where did you get fresh drummets huh? The local market got meh? I remembered getting drumsticks and wings but not drummets leh.


  16. great clicks..looks so perfect and yummy!! drool!!

  17. Wow...super delicious....wish I could grab one (at least )

  18. Izah ~~> Hehe, u pun goda I ngan muffins U tau! :D

    Nitha ~~> Thanks Nitha...;)

    Sushma ~~> It is Sush...:)

    Tummy ~~> Hi Tummy, I should thank U for such a simple but yummy recipe! Haha, I made them again last night due to request from my son. Huh, U snapped urself? I can't unless my another hand is clean. hehe :)

    Mas ~~> Cuba buat ye Mas, sure U'll like it! :D

    Kitchen Flavours ~~> Actually I used normal potato starch only. Couldn't find the coarsed one. Not really sure on the brand. ;)

  19. Zarin ~~> Cuba ye...pasti suke! :D

    Cikgu Nor ~~> Hehe, U r at the right place kak! :D

    Kak MI ~~> Hehe, dun worry..no boxing2! I'm very good here kak, hru doing? :)

    Jiya ~~> Boleh Jiyaaaaa! Tak caya, cuba buat dulu...hehe! :D

    Priya ~~> Thanks Priya...it's finger lickin' good! :D

  20. Ayu ~~> Hubby always sayang kat Love..tau msk or xtau pun no problem! Akekekeke...
    Yeah, rishie n ashika enjoyed the chicken! :D

    Ijan ~~> Hehehe, try getting the drumlet Ijan. Aisey takmo pencen lor...confirm boxing! :D

    Jag ~~> Thanks Jag! :D

    Pushpa ~~> Thank U Pushpa! :D

    Deepa ~~> Chicken is here! oops Love is here! hahaha...;)
    Hey, thanks for ur lovely comments ya! Really make me happy...:)

  21. Meldylocks ~~> I bought the whole chicken wings from tesco and chopped them half. Kept the wings and used the drumlet. :)

    Santosh ~~> Thank U very much! :D

    Sarah ~~> Thanks ya Sarah! :D

    Namitha ~~> Hehe, did U manage to grab one??? ;)

    Krishnaveni ~~> Thanks ya! :)

  22. I am a fan of WWF, can I have wrestling chicken? ha ha ha!

  23. love...nak makan ayam ni kena buat kick boxing dulu ker..heee... just kidding...it's tempting...sure sedap kann..

  24. this is also good to serve in a party, especially kids will like it.


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