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Chicken Lollipop Sauces?

jamesm Aug 16, 2007 11:39 AM

Hey - I'm making panko-crusted chicken 'lollipops' for a party and would like to serve a couple of different dipping sauces with them. Anyone have any brilliant ideas? Thanks in advance.

  1. wino22 Aug 16, 2007 11:53 AM

    Probably obvious, but a thai peanut sauce... or maybe a wasabi and ginger spiked sauce...

    1. w
      WNYamateur Aug 16, 2007 11:58 AM

      One of the best and simplest dipping sauces I ever stole was orange marmelade spiked with prepared horseradish, as spicy as you like. Stir with a spoon for more chutney-like, or process in the food processor if you want it smoother.

      1. JungMann Aug 16, 2007 12:03 PM

        I think those would be great with a chicken tikka creme, chipotle sauce or even something as simple as sweet chili sauce.

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        1. re: JungMann
          Kathi Aug 16, 2007 01:32 PM

          Trader Joe's Very very Terriayki, mayo and wasabi, mustard with brown sugar and hot pepper flakes!
          How do you make chicken lollipops, please?!

          1. re: Kathi
            jamesm Aug 16, 2007 01:43 PM

            Hey Kathi -- just cut around the tip of a chicken wing, or the drummette, and loosen the meat around the joint. Hold the bottom and push the meat down gently to let the bone come through, forming a 'handle'. Remove any extra flesh from the bone and clean with a towel. Then just do the flour, egg wash and coat them in panko. I've also seen them done with the chicken tender coated in panko and fried then placed on a short skewer to create a sort of lollipop. Delicious and a clever presentation for parties and whatnot.

            1. re: jamesm
              Kathi Aug 17, 2007 07:20 AM

              I'm gonna try it, thanks!

        2. mochi mochi Aug 17, 2007 09:10 AM

          Sweet and sour sauce does well in my house.

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