Mar 17 2008

Chicken Drummettes Using Hoover Sauce

Published by at 8:56 pm under Recipes for the Campground

Hoover Lee, the maker of Hoover Sauce and John Williams


What is “Hoover Sauce”?  Hoover Sauce is a sweet-sour Asian taste with the piquancy and the consistency of a marinade-a Chinese barbecue sauce.  It is best used on chicken and ribs as a marinate.  

Chicken Drummettes

(1)   Wash and drain desired amount of Drummettes or Wings (without tips).

(2)   Place in a pan, pour enough Hoover Sauce to cover half of chicken, then add cold water to cover the rest of the chicken.

(3)   Bring mixture to boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 10-12 minutes.

(4)   Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat, about 350 degrees F.

(5)   Carefully add chicken to form a single layer.  Fry until chicken begins to turn brown.

(6)   Remove and drain on paper towel.

TO SERVE:  Make a paste with a dry mustard such as Coleman Dry Mustard.  Add ketchup to paste mixture to your desire of hotness or with your favorite sweet and sour sauce.  Dip in sauce to eat.


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