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Korean Chicken Lollipops

November 16, 2012

Kyung Up Lim, executive chef at Michael’s New York, takes special pride in serving his Korean chicken lollipops  because they reflect the flavors he grew up eating, the flavors that inspired him to become a chef. These tender, spicy, savory-sweet chicken lollipops—made by carefully pushing the succulent meet of a chicken wing drummette down to one of the bone, forming a perfect, plump nugget of meat, and then cooking and coating them with a sensational sauce/glaze and seasonings—are the perfect way to start your lunch or dinner at Michael’s. Enjoy a taste of true Korean culinary culture, straight from the heart of our acclaimed chef. And, before you come on in to try them, take a look now at how Kyung creates his chicken lollipops.

Kyung making it happen!

Getting sauced up and sesame coated!

Watching Kyung work is such a pleasure!

Final presentation!

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