When you’ve had a long day at work or school and you’re just not up to creating a culinary masterpiece there is this simple salt and chicken recipe to get you through the night.
I tend to get much more sluggish when the daylight hours get cut during the fall and cooking complicated meals get reserved for special occasions only. This is a fairly simple recipe that doesn’t require you to marinate your chicken the night before so you’re ready to go with thawed or refrigerated chicken drumsticks.
- 7 drumsticks with skin (or however many you have on hand without overcrowding the pan)
- Tablespoon of vegetable oil
- Teaspoon of salt
- Teaspoon of Pepper
- Season the chicken drumsticks with the salt and pepper and make sure it is well distributed
- Put the oil in the pan at medium heat
- Fry the drumsticks for 5 minutes on each side, making ¼ turn each time
- You'll know the chicken is cooked when juice run clear after poking a fork through the thickest part