Monday, February 1, 2010

Stuffed Chicken Lollipop in Manchurian Sauce

This is another appetizer for parties. When you cut the wings, there will be 3 pieces. One is the drum stick; second one that looks like wings and the third is the tip. The wing piece (with two bones) is good for stuffing; I have used the wing piece for this recipe.

This can be served with or without sauce. I made a Manchurian sauce and tossed the fried lollipops.


Chicken wings- 2 lb


Garlic Paste or minced- 3 Tbs
Soy sauce- 2 Tbs
Chilli Powder- According to taste


Paneer chopped- 100gms
Onion chopped: ½
Coriander Leaves chopped- 6-7 springs
Green Chillis: 1 chopped
Ginger- garlic chopped – to taste (optional)
Salt- to taste

For Dipping & Coating:

Egg- 2
Bread crumbs: 1 cup
Oil: for frying


Garlic chopped – 5 tbsp
Green chilies chopped – according to taste
Onion Chopped- ½
Capsicum cut into cubes- ½ (optional)
Soya Sauce – 1 tbsp
Green Chilli Sauce – 1 tbsp
Tomato Ketchup – 3 tbsp
Salt – add only if needed
Oil – as needed
Coriander leaves – for garnishing
Spring onion chopped- a small bunch
Cornflour- ½ tsp
Water- ½ cup


Clean and dry the wings. Cut the wings into 3 parts and discard the tip. The second piece has two bones, cut the flesh around the bone. Hold it down on the cutting board and slowly push the meat down. Then slightly twist one of the bones and take it out.

In a bowl mix garlic, soy sauce and chilli powder. Add the clean wings and marinate it for 30 mns.

In another bowl mix chopped paneer, coriander leaves, g.chillis, onion, garlic ginger chopped and salt.

Fill the meat pockets with stuffing.

Whisk egg in a bowl. Dip the stuffed lollipop in egg and coat with bread crumbs and gently put it into the oil. Fry it in 4- 5 batches .Fry it until golden brown in color. Drain into a tissue paper and keep them aside and allow it to cool.


Heat little oil in a pan, add chopped onion,green chillies,garlic and saute them for a while. Add capsicum and saute. Now add soya sauce,chilly sauce and tomato ketchup. Mix them well, check for salt. Mix ½ tsp cornflour to ½ cup water and simmer it. Once it’s cooked well add the lollipops . Slowly mix them together until all the lollipops are well coated with the sauce. Add spring onion and coriander leaves and toss it well for few minutes. Serve immediately.


Preety said...

looks absolutely perfect


So delicious and great pic too.

nivedita said...

very tempting lollipops!! Hope I could take it from the plate.

SE said...

wow..looks so delicious..yum

shahana said...

looks soo tempting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Preethi Rajeev said...

Thanks preety, T&T, nivedita,se, shahana

Cicily Antony said...

OMG!!! How will i resist...envy those who got to eat this....superb...

Angie's Recipes said...

How intriguing!

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

looks so yummy and mouth-watering:)

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Looks absolutely fabulous and what a wonderful presentation. Love it.

Malar Gandhi said...

Whoo that is so appetizing, love chicken lollipop...this is too good, inviting:)

Padma said...

Looks very tempting.

Soma Pradhan said...

This is a new stuff lollilop with paneer...looks fabulous

Gita said...

I am drooling over here...looks awesome dear :)

Nandini said...

Wow! Love your version of lollipop! My Kid's fav.They will love this.

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks mouthwatering,Nice idea of dipping the lollipops in sauce before serving..nice one

Priya said...

Slurppp!!mouthwatering here..

Vrinda said...

Gorgeous lollipop,yummmm

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Chicken lollipop in manchurian sauce sounds very interesting and am all in for trying this soon!!!

Swathi said...


Look like Lollipop season in your house looks good

Aparna said...

luks yummy & delicious..time is 6.45am here feeels hungryyyyyy...

s said...

Looks great....My kids would LOVE it.

kothiyavunu said...

Interesting and it must have tasted great...can't wait to try this recipe

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