They are fattier than the breast part, but the fat renders during cooking and bastes the meat, keeping it very moist.
They are also very inexpensive, because everyone either wants breasts or whole chickens. And, unlike Chicken Wings, no restaurant mass-market demand for them has yet arisen.
You can eat Drumsticks with a knife and fork, or just pick them up with your fingers (depending where you are.)
Chicken Drumsticks are sold in packs of multiple drumsticks, fresh, frozen, cooked or cooked and seasoned.
You can braise, roast, broil or simmer them. Allow ½ pound (225g) per person.
4 drumsticks per pound / 9 drumsticks per kilo
½ pound (225 g) of cooked drumsticks equals 90 to 100g of actual meat
Fresh from the store, you can keep raw Drumsticks in the refrigerator for up to 2 days, or freeze for 6 months. Cooked ones can be stored in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days, or frozen for up to 4 months.