Maybe I put more coriander than I was supposed to I don't know. The sauce wasn't all that great. What I did was used chicken thighs: two with skin, two without, then I took one of each and marinade it in the sauce. I wanted to see which way came out the best. The ones that was soaked for a couple of hours were pretty good. So if you can try to marinade your chicken with the sauce.
Sweet-&-Sour Chicken Drumsticks
From EatingWell: July/August 2007
Chicken drumsticks stay deliciously moist when grilled—even with the skin removed. Minty sweet-and-sour dipping sauce adds a refreshing twist to “ordinary” grilled chicken. Make it a meal: Serve with brown rice and slices of fresh pineapple.
2 Reviews for Sweet-&-Sour Chicken Drumsticks
My entire family enjoyed this recipe. The sauce was so good my 4-yr-old put it on everything on her plate.
Be sure to add the cornstarch SLOWLY - I dumped it in all at once and it clumped. (It was my second cornstarch addition -- after putting in the amount called for, it wasn't thick enough for my tastes so was thickening it further.)
My husband didn't realize that I had a plan for supper so he put soy sauce on the drumsticks before I realized he had. It didn't have a negative impact anyway, and I would probably make it the same way again in future. :)