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Thursday, June 10, 2010


I swear, this is the simplest chicken recipe on earth. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Take yourself a large baking sheet--one with a lip on it, for cryin' out loud. Cover the sheet with one layer of chicken leg quarters. Sprinkle generously with kosher salt, garlic powder, fresh-ground black pepper, and whatever other spicy perversions you're partial to. Bake the chicken for 90 minutes. It will come out sooooo tender, and darn tasty. It's so simple, if you can't successfully make this, all I can say is: God help you. You haven't got what it takes to cook diddlysquat. You better get out of the kitchen before you kill someone.

If you can't make this, you might as well just give up and DIE.

Goes well with Redneck "Spanish" Rice.

1 comment:

  1. I do this with whole chicken all the time, although I start with a 425F oven for about 30 minutes, then lower to 350F until the chicken is done. I've found that I don't even need much more than the kosher salt and the freshly ground pepper for seasoning (and it's SOOOOOOO good to see another "God help you if you have that pre-ground crap in your pantry!" person, LOL)

    As for your "Spanish" rice, I also have a similar recipe for that! I use short grain brown rice, because I prefer the slightly chewier texture, but I use 1 can of Ro-Tel tomatoes (HOT style, LOL) to substitute for an almost equal part of the water. If you're making more than 4 cups (cooked) of the rice, start adding a proportional amount of a second can.

    We use a Zojirushi cooker - have for years - and they've proved very reliable and sturdy for us. **grinz**