Category: Paradise Fruit Recipes

Tropical Dried Fruit Fritters

Tropical Dried Fruit Fritters Tropical Dried Fruit Fritters are made with one 8 oz container of dried tropical fruit from Paradise Fruit  Co. The batter is made with the usual cast of characters; flour, sugar, baking powder, eggs and milk. The fritters are rolled in 

Tropical Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal

Tropical Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal

Tropical Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal Tropical Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal is the answer to all of your oatmeal needs. Everyone knows the benefits of steel cut oats but who wants to get up an hour earlier than they have to, stand over a stove and 

Asian Style Sticky Chicken Drumsticks

Asian Style Sticky Chicken Drumsticks

Asian Style Sticky Chicken Drumsticks

With the holidays fast approaching, let me repharse that, with the holidays here, it’s time to start planning. Planning what, you might ask? What appetizers you’re going to be serving on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day. Buffalo Style Chicken Wings are the norm at most parties but to be honest we prefer chicken drumsticks. First off, chicken drumsticks have a lot more meat on them and less skin or no skin at all. Plus, they’re much easier to eat. Don’t get me wrong, We love Franks Red Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip but just not wings. Sorry all you wing fans:(

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Many Different Recipes

There are as many different recipes for Asian Style Sticky Drumsticks as there are recipes for All of the recipes have three basic components to them. Soy sauce, brown sugar and chicken drumsticks or wings. After that, any combination of ingredients can be used. Some recipes call for marinating the chicken anywhere from one hour up to 24 hours, other recipes do not call for marinating at all. We like to marinate the chicken drumsticks for several hours. Long enough for the spices to penetrate the meat and to allow the soy sauce and brown sugar to work they’re magic. Not only do these two simple ingredients tenderize the meat, when allowed to hang out in the oven, the brown sugar and soy sauce transforms into a sticky, slightly salty, sweet sauce.
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