Thattikkuttu baked chicken: featuring Schwartz Italian seasoning

A quick fix is what I prefer on weekdays when I come home tired after work. Chicken is one versatile ingredient which comes around tasty quickly with much less effort. I have a few of these thattikkuttu (malayalam for whipping up something with no particular recipe or plan)

Thattikkuttu baked chicken: featuring Schwartz Italian seasoning


Here is how I made it

Thattikkuttu baked chicken: featuring Schwartz Italian seasoning



 Schwartz Italian seasoning

Ingredients
Chicken Drumsticks- 10 no’s
Ground pepper- 1/2 tsp
Parmesan Cheese, grated- 1/4 cup
Chilly powder  - 1/2 tsp
Italian herb seasoning - 1 1/2 tsp (I used Schwartz)
Onion granules -  1/2 tsp
Garlic granules - 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste 
Oil to baste with




Preparation

Rub each drumstick with the above ingredients. Smear some oil using a basting brush.
 Schwartz Italian seasoning
Schwartz Italian seasoning

- Bake  at 200 degree celsius for a total of 30 minutes or until drumsticks turn golden brown in color

- After the initial 15 minutes of baking, turn over the drumsticks and smear some more oil on it using a basting brush




Thattikkuttu baked chicken: featuring Schwartz Italian seasoning


- Remove from the oven and serve hot with your favorite dipping sauce or salad on the side.

My son luvs a chicken leg well done with a drizzle of honey each time. :-)


Thattikkuttu baked chicken: featuring Schwartz Italian seasoning

11 comments:

  1. omg!!!!!!! droooooool!!!!!...........love love love the pics!!

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  2. Ha,I loved the head "thattikkuttu".Makes it truly a cute one.

    Sounds super delicious with subtle Italian Herb seasoning..And I especially loved the honey part you have mentioned.

    Thanks for visiting me so that I could find you too.Cheers Sherin !

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  3. I love the rich simplicity and warmth that this dish seems to promise!

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  4. Thattikootunnathu enthum nallatha.. It saves us such a lot of time :) .... And yours looks yummy. Good clicks too...

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  5. Juicy chicken, Very inviting with ur usual gr8 clicks!!!
    Diwali Special recipe - Whole Wheat Bread Jamun

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  6. Simple dishes for little ones are JUST as satisfying for we 'biggies' too! I loe these simple chicken legs for an easy supper ... when one has had a super busy day! Thanks for visiting me at The Spice Garden, Sherin!

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  7. Thanks a lot dear fodies for visiting my young space and thank u for the lovely comments.

    And yes dear, it is al a thattikkuttu alle. :-)

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  8. What a coincidence,yesterday I baked similar like this with little different flavour...

    Healthy Food for Healthy Kids Series - Wraps and Rolls
    http://www.asiyama.blogspot.com/2012/11/healthy-food-for-healthy-kids-event.html

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  9. Looks too good, working, cooking and clicking boy you always rock :) loving it

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Sherin

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