Chicken lollipop

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Chicken lollipop
Chicken lollipop in Goa.jpg
A platter of chicken lollipops, with spicy dipping sauce, served in Goa, India
CourseHors d'oeuvre
Place of originIndia
Region or stateIndia
Main ingredientsChicken wings, batter

Chicken lollipop is an hors d'oeuvre popular in Indo-Chinese cuisine. Chicken lollipop is, essentially a frenched chicken winglet, wherein the meat is cut loose from the bone end and pushed down creating a lollipop appearance. It is usually served hot with Szechuan sauce.[1]


Chicken lollipop is usually prepared using the middle segment of the chicken wing or thigh. The middle segment has one of the two bones removed, and the flesh on the segments is pushed to one end of the bone. These are then coated in a spicy red batter whose main ingredients include red chili powder, and turmeric.[2] The coated chicken is then marinated for a couple of hours. The marinated chicken is usually deep fried in oil, but another well-known choice includes baking. The exposed bone is sometimes wrapped in aluminum foil.

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  1. ^ "The 10 Best Types of Fried Chicken, Explained". Thrillist. 27 July 2018. Retrieved 20 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Chicken Lollipops Recipe". Retrieved 20 September 2019.