fbpx
Tomato Hero > JUST FOR YOU > The Only Recipe You’ll EVER Need For Chicken Legs

The Only Recipe You’ll EVER Need For Chicken Legs


My cousin is crazy about chicken legs and chicken wings. Whenever there’s a party or a family gathering, she always makes sure weeks before if someone is going to bring chicken legs. And believe me, if no-one else does, she will turn up with such a huge load of those that there will definitely be leftovers (for her, of course…) A few weeks ago we had another get-together and she told me she had found The Best Caramelized Chicken Legs Ever – and yes, her message was typed exactly like that.

She wasn’t kidding! The recipe she found was so amazing that our group of friends ate every single piece there was. There wasn’t a crumb left when we finished! After all the different recipes I had tried over the years, I thought there’s no way this could be any better than my old favorite. But, oh my goodness, these were absolutely delicious.

This recipe has been a huge success over at Food.com and I’m not surprised about that! It has received plenty of wonderful feedback from readers – let’s take a look at what they’ve had to say about it:

This recipe is so easy to make and turns out absolutely fantastic. I used chicken legs with back attached and the only addition to your recipe was 1 teaspoon of Sambal Oelek. I baked the legs at 350 F for 52 minutes, then turned the heat up to 375 F for 8 minutes. They caramelized to perfection. We had a visitor just as the chicken was finished and even though he had his dinner, he wanted to try the chicken. Well, talk about devouring the chicken and for a moment I thought he was going to eat the bones. Smackin his lips, and wanted the recipe immediately. Thank you so much for a real yummy, yummy chicken recipe.

Now, I’ve only tried this with chicken legs so far, but those turned out amazing. I cannot wait to use the same recipe for chicken wings! I bet there won’t be any leftovers!

To Find Out All The Delicious Ingredients And The Step By Step Directions To Follow, Please Head On Over To The Next Page.