Why is there blood in the chicken wings and drumsticks when you are frying them?
Chicken "drumsticks" and wings are the severed legs and "arms" of an animal and still contain the blood vessels, often with blood still within, that nourished those body parts. Many sensitive and compassionate persons, seeing that evidence of violence in the fry pan, have ceased eating meat.
When grilling meats, it's really important to not rebaste the wings with marinade that is contaminated. Every time you baste the meat, please use a fresh batch of marinade to prevent any potential sickness. Try this marinade the next time you grill up some wings! Grilled Chicken Wings 1 tbs. dry mustard 1/4 cup soy sauce 3 tbs. melted butter Pinch pepper 1 package small chicken wings and drumsticks Directions In a large bowl, mix…
Portion the chicken into 8, two drumsticks, two thighs, two wings with half the breast, two breasts, dust the chicken with seasoned flour, and shallow fry in hot oil, to brown off and seal the meat, add chopped veg, and stir, then add 2 pints of stock, bring the stew to the boil and simmer for an hour. Result bone in chicken stew.