Boiled drumsticks topped with cilantro (using an old rice cooker with congee funtion)

These boil drumsticks are simple to make. I decided to cook it in an old rice cooker with a congee function. If you don’t have one, you can boil drumsticks on the stove. It is almost the same process as the rice cooker. A slight difference is instead of turning rice congee. Simmer for 10-15 minutes. Once ready. Leave the drumsticks in the rice cooker until you are ready to eat. Once ready to eat, take out the drumsticks and place them onto a plate. Place some cilantro on top of the drumsticks. The drumsticks came out perfectly and delicious. I like it a lot. Boiling food is very healthy.
Kids and adults will love these healthy drumsticks. Boiling is a healthy way of making food. Most boiling food can have a soup base. The best combination with these drumsticks is rice or noodles.
The chicken broth that is left in the slow cooker after cooking the drumsticks can be used as a soup. You can just drink it like that or eat it with noodles. Just be sure to remove any oil that is floating from the top. This is a very good dish to make. Another way of eating drumsticks is removing the meats and making a tortilla wrap or a sandwich. Try the recipe and enjoy.

Preparing the drumsticks:
Take 6 drumsticks from the fridge.
If drumsticks are in the freezer, take them out. Place it on a plate and put it in the microwave to defrost it.
(Note: Different microwave wattage defrost time can be different.)
When it is defrosted or already bought in the fridge. Take it out and place it in a strainer.
Take some salt and rub it on the drumsticks to take the not a good smell away.
Rinse the drumsticks.
Put all the drumsticks onto a place and set them aside.

Preparing the onions and ginger:
1. In the bag, take an onion. Use a knife and peel the skins.
2. Place it on the cutting board.
3. Cut it in half. Place it on the side and cut it into slices.
4. Put the onions in a bowl and set them aside.
5. Take a ginger. Take a slice cutter. Make sure the knife is attached to the slice cutter and slice couple of ginger into strips of pieces. Place it in a bowl and set it aside.

Preparing cilantro:
Take cilantro out of the fridge.
Put the cilantro in a bowl.
Fill the bowl with cold water and wash 3-4 times.
Make sure there is no dirty stuff.
once clean, put it in a clean bowl and set it aside.

Using a rice cooker with a congee function:
1. Take out a rice cooker with a congee function. Plugin the plug
2. Fill the rice cooker with water. The amount you need to cook the drumsticks
3. Put a couple of gingers and onions into the rice cooker.
4. Pour the plate of drumsticks into the rice cooker.
5. Turn on the rice cooker. Cook for 10 minutes or until the rice cooker steam starts to come out.
6. When the rice cooker starts to have steam coming out, turn it to slow cook.
7. Cook for another 10-15 minutes.
(Note: Do not over-cook the drumsticks, or it will become tough.)
8. When 10 or 15 minutes are ready. Open the rice cooker and check if there is any blood coming out. If there is, that means you need to cook it a bit longer.
9. Once ready. Use a tong and take out all the drumsticks and place it onto a plate and set them on the table.
10. Take some cilantro and place it on top of the drumsticks to look nice.
11. The chicken water that is left in the rice cooker you can drink as a soup or use as a soup base for noodles.
12. Enjoy