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How many chicken drumsticks in a portion?

(36 Posts)
crackerjacket Mon 22-Jan-18 17:24:07

I say 3, DH says 2 hmm

Seems measly

PocketCoffeeEspresso Mon 22-Jan-18 17:24:47

2-3. Sitting firmly on the fence here.

Justmuddlingalong Mon 22-Jan-18 17:29:19

2 is measly. 3 at least

MrsPestilence Mon 22-Jan-18 17:29:57

Nutrition Facts
Per 1 drumstick, with 1.5 oz (40g) of meat on it, skin on

Calories245
Fat 13 g

Boring facts, probably two is best.

formerbabe Mon 22-Jan-18 17:33:43

For who? A child or an adult?

If I do chicken drumsticks for my dc, I give my 9 year old DS 4 drumsticks! There's not a huge amount of meat on them.

FluffyWuffy100 Mon 22-Jan-18 17:51:25

3

humblesims Mon 22-Jan-18 17:53:50

Two's not enough. Three's too many.

stickytoffeevodka Mon 22-Jan-18 18:01:38

Two.

crackerjacket Mon 22-Jan-18 18:04:20

An adult.

formerbabe Mon 22-Jan-18 18:05:20

Two... surely not for a grown man? My oh would be confused if I served him two chicken drumsticks for dinner!

JJPP123 Mon 22-Jan-18 18:08:31

Depends how chunky it is. I've seen some really scrawny ones from time to time

IncyWincyGrownUp Mon 22-Jan-18 18:09:31

I don’t get the point of drumsticks, there’s not enough meat in them to make them worthwhile.

On that basis, a portion is 0.

grin

MerryShitmas Mon 22-Jan-18 18:10:37

Chicken drumsticks aren't a meal on their own, so with a generous portion of veg and maybe a carb alongside I'd say 1 or 2.

QuickSod Mon 22-Jan-18 18:11:02

My oh would be confused if I served him two chicken drumsticks for dinner!

Same here, like I think you've given me Ds2, s dinner grin

PurpleTraitor Mon 22-Jan-18 18:11:54

Two for an adult.

Wow to the 9 year old who eats four. My dc who is older than that gets one and another if they ask, the younger one gets one.

taskmaster Mon 22-Jan-18 18:12:29

1 chicken leg? Lol that's hilarious.

I got chicken wings in a pub the other day. There were 16 of them.

formerbabe Mon 22-Jan-18 18:14:43

Wow to the 9 year old who eats four

Yes he'd eat that easily with potatoes and veg..then pudding. He's slim and very active. I'm amazed at the posters saying 1 or 2 especially for an adult!

Bluelonerose Mon 22-Jan-18 18:15:14

Depends.
From the supermarket 3 coz their tiny.
From the butchers 2 and even then theres normally left overs coz they're HUGE

SandLand Mon 22-Jan-18 18:15:48

One for me and the 6 yr old. 2 for the 8 year old, 3 for DH.

MerryShitmas Mon 22-Jan-18 18:16:58

Why is it hilarious? The recommended allowance for meat is something like 3-5oz per day (depending on the usual variables). 2 drumsticks would be your full days worth
most people eat too much meat Imo.
It's one thing to say that you like more meat (that's fine) it's another thing to say it's "hilarious" that someone actually eats the recommended portion of meat hmm

PurpleTraitor Mon 22-Jan-18 18:17:06

I also have two of the slim and very active types.

Maybe bluelonerose has a point re size.

42andcounting Mon 22-Jan-18 18:17:18

My skinny four year old eats at least 1, sometimes 2. We have 3 each (although we are not skinny, but that's not the fault if the chicken, it may be the gin)

takeitandleaveit Mon 22-Jan-18 18:20:36

For a light lunch with salad I'd be happy with one, probably the same for a buffet as I'd be eating loads of other things too, main meal 2 or possibly 3 depending on what else we're having as well.

Having said that, I don't really like drumsticks much.

Cabininthewoods69 Mon 22-Jan-18 18:24:48

My family would laugh at me unless they got 5 each and my girl is 9 but very tall and loves meat. Also I don't serve up they help themselves from serving plates on table as I find it easier because I'm lazy xx

Justmuddlingalong Mon 22-Jan-18 18:26:23

If I'm having to wash a baking tray, I'm going to make sure it's worth my while. wink

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