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Chicken Sausage Lollipops
Chicken Sausage Lollipops is one of the most interesting and yummylicious dishes for after school snacks or even back to home snack. A perfect snack to munch for tea time.
I was wondering what I'd prepare for my kids when they get back from school and found a packet of sausages lying in the fridge. So I thought I'd deep fry them in a batter with a toothpick inserted inside to hold and make it more comfortable for kids to munch. Voila! Chicken Sausage Lollipops to the rescue.
Chicken Sausage – 8 nos
Corn meal /Maize flour – ½ cup
Chilli powder – ½ tsp
Garam Masala – ¼ tsp
Salt to taste
Black pepper powder – ¼ tsp
Egg – 1 no
Oil for deep frying
1.Take the corn meal, chilli powder, garam masala, black pepper powder in a bowl. Mix all these together.
2.Pour in ¼ cup of water little by little and mix them well (be sure no lumps should be formed).
3. Break in the egg and mix them well with the batter, let it rest for 5 mins (the batter should be little thick, so that it can coat the sausage).
4. Heat the oil in a kadai.
5. Chop the sausage into four equal halves, insert a tooth pick from the bottom.
6. Gently roll the sausage in the batter, so that the sausage gets coated perfectly.
7. Gently drop it to the oil and deep fry them for 3 to 4 mins or until it turns golden brown.
8. Drain the oil and remove the sausage.
9. Serve hot with Mayonnaise and Tomato Ketchup.
I am Deepa, blogging in the name of Madraasi at www.madraasi.com . I hail from TUTICORIN, the southernmost coastal area of Tamil Nadu. I like to try different varieties of food from various cuisine and this resulted me in searching for recipes, later started maintaining my own cook book, which started piling up and found difficult to maintain. This is how I started my blog with all the recipes, I have tried out in my kitchen. I share my recipes at www.madraasi.com with step by step pictures and share video recipes at www.youtube.com/madraasi
As my passion keeps growing along with developing recipes, I do food reviews, develop recipes for brands, work with brands for product, participate in cook-off events. Also, I have been teaching my recipes across the world through an online platform and teach cooking for kids from flameless to flame cooking.
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