Filled with a saucy mix of preserved lemons, olives, and warm spices, this dinner comes together with drumsticks (or a mix of drumsticks and thighs). Consider serving a chunk of bread alongside this chicken dinner — it’s perfect for mopping up all the leftover sauce.
Drumsticks are the star ingredient for this version of briny, tomatoey cacciatore, which comes together in a flash. Best of all, since it relies on an Instant Pot or electric pressure cooker, you can start with that pack of frozen solid drumsticks in the freezer.
This is a must-try dinner to make over the weekend. It partners chicken drumsticks and thighs with jammy apricots, crunchy almonds, and an irresistible sauce, served over a warm bed of couscous. Not to worry if you don’t have a tagine at home — a Dutch oven will work just fine.
This is the easy finger-licking-good dinner you want in your meal plan lineup. Drumsticks (and thighs, if you like) are baked until crispy, then brushed with a simple savory-sweet glaze that’s stirred together with a few pantry ingredients.
Chicken legs are made of the drumstick and thighs, so just about any time you have a recipe that uses whole chicken legs, like this one, you can swap in drumsticks. Here, chicken gets a tangy mustard and white wine coating that clings to the skin, which eventually picks up a nice char from the grill.
This meal is as easy as carving off the drumsticks from two Kroger roasted chickens, topping each with fresh mozzarella, and wrapping them in thinly sliced prosciutto. Pop them under the broiler, and five minutes later the cheese is melted and the prosciutto is melt-in-your-mouth crispy.