Roasted Chicken Drumsticks/Institute of Integrative Immunology/Marsha Polovets

If you are short on time and are looking for a simple, versatile recipe, you can’t go wrong with chicken drumsticks. They are super easy to prepare, affordable, and also quite tasty. Coconut aminos are a great alternative to soy sauce, while turmeric provides a rich color, along with healing benefits. Feel free to use this recipe as a template and experiment with your favorite cleanse-friendly herbs and spices. Chicken drumsticks are also easy to pack for lunch. Pair them with a salad from avocado, cucumber, and lettuce, seasoned with extra-virgin olive oil and lemon juice. For a complete meal, add side salad, 1/2 cup of rice, and a cup of bone broth. And don’t be afraid to eat the skin!

Roasted Chicken Drumsticks
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Main dish
Servings Prep Time
7 Servings 5 Minutes
Cook Time
1 Hour
Servings Prep Time
7 Servings 5 Minutes
Cook Time
1 Hour
Roasted Chicken Drumsticks
Print Recipe
Main dish
Servings Prep Time
7 Servings 5 Minutes
Cook Time
1 Hour
Servings Prep Time
7 Servings 5 Minutes
Cook Time
1 Hour
Ingredients
Servings: Servings
Instructions
  1. Wash drumsticks and place them in a large bowl. Marinate them with the olive oil, coconut aminos, and sea salt. Leave drumsticks in the fridge for two hours.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  3. Arrange drumsticks on baking tray/rack. Season with turmeric and spices of choice.
    Roasted Chicken Drumsticks/Institute of Integrative Immunology/Marsha Polovets
  4. Bake for an hour. Check on the drumsticks midway and flip them to make sure they are fully cooked.
    Roasted Chicken Drumsticks/Institute of Integrative Immunology/Marsha Polovets

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