Baked Beer Chicken Legs and Thighs

Thursday, December 28, 2017
A very tender Baked Beer Chicken Legs and Thighs , this is the juiciest chicken ever, it's the only way to make a great baked beer chicken. You can use any pieces of chicken you like. It comes out crispy and full of flavor baked in the oven. Don't miss trying this delicious Bake Beer Chicken Legs and Thigh recipe.

 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.






 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.




Crowd Pleaser



IF you want an economical recipe for chicken and crowd pleaser, look no more.


This beer baked chicken is crispy and bursting will flavors.


It really needs nothing else but you can add some hot sauce or other sauces you like, if you love spicy to kick it up!



this is how to make beer baked chicken moist tender and fall off the bone with thighs and legs. This chicken recipe with beer is easy and economical



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 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.



Change It Up



I usually serve the baked beer chicken with various sauces but it's delicious baked as it is.


Easy to make and great to use in some many other ways if you have leftovers.


One way or the other this is an easy, moist, delicious way to prepare chicken.


If you do add barbecue sauce on this also accompany this beer chicken with corn on the cob, baked potato and baked beans.


this is how to make beer baked chicken moist tender and fall off the bone with thighs and legs. This chicken recipe with beer is easy and economical



Perfect Picnic Foods



The guys go nuts for this in summer time when we have get together and cook outs!


Then for a fun dessert roast some marshmallows, break out the graham crackers, chocolate bars or nutella and make s'mores.


 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.




Economical



An inexpensive delicious way to feed a crowd!


Baked Beer Chicken Legs and Thighs are really delicious, folks who usually only eat the white parts of chicken will be taking a second piece.


It's one of those I can wait to make it again dinners.


The best part is you can easily cook for a crowd for the least amount of money that is over the top moist, tender and delicious chicken to serve.



this is how to make beer baked chicken moist tender and fall off the bone with thighs and legs. This chicken recipe with beer is easy and economical



Great Leftovers


Take it off the bone, add hot sauce or barbecue a whole other meal!


You can also use this recipe if you want to roast a whole chicken.


It comes out great, the only thing different is I stuffed the cavity.


I stuff it with celery, onion, carrots and 3 tablespoons of butter. Proceed with the same directions, it's almost like having chicken in a beer sauce!




 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.




Favorite Recipes




Rosemary Chicken
Italian baked Chicken
Italian Cacciatore
Beer Roasted Paprika Chicken
Bundt Pan Chicken Roasted




this is how to make beer baked chicken moist tender and fall off the bone with thighs and legs. This chicken recipe with beer is easy and economical



Beer and Chicken



Seriously the reason why this Baked Beer Chicken Legs and Thighs is so good is the beer.


It tenderizes the meat and keeps it moist.


If you haven't tried it, you are truly missing out.


The alcohol dissipates while cooking and gone, so don't let hating beer stop you!



chicken, beer, baked, healthy
chicken
American
Yield: 6
 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.

Baked Beer Chicken Legs and Thighs

prep time: 15 minscook time: 1 hour and 25 minstotal time: 1 hours and 40 mins
A wonderful easy recipe for chicken so flavorful cooked with beer and baked!

ingredients:

6 to 8 or more chicken legs
1 teaspoon smoked paprika
1 teaspoon each  basil, oregano and parsley
1 teaspoon each chili powder, salt, pepper
1/2 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon of granulated garlic
12 ounces of beer
3 tablespoons olive oil
pinch of cayenne pepper or use red pepper flakes

instructions:

preheat oven to 400 degrees and prepare a greased 13 x 9 pan

Place the chicken in a large baking dish. Rub with olive oil.
Pour half the beer in the bottom of the pan.
Sprinkle all the herbs and seasonings over the chicken. Cover with foil and bake until the juices run clear around 45 to 50 minutes. Broil under the broiler on high, flipping the chicken  to get the skin nice and crispy on both sides. Serve with your favorite sauce
calories
222
fat (grams)
11
sat. fat (grams)
5
carbs (grams)
3
net carbs
5
protein (grams)
11
sugar (grams)
2
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 Beer baked chicken legs and thighs  is  the best chicken baked in the oven so crispy it tastes like it fried. The coating beer keeps the chicken juicy and tender.



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this is how to make beer baked chicken moist tender and fall off the bone with thighs and legs. This chicken recipe with beer is easy and economical

17 comments

  1. Fall off the bone chicken?! This recipe sounds amazing!!!

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  2. "Pour half the beer in the bottom." - Is that 1/2 of my 40oz? :)
    When you broil the chicken, do you leave it in the pan with liquid or move it to a baking sheet or similar?
    Thanks!

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  3. @king bee wow 40 ounce ... ha ha... it's less than a cup half of 12 ounces. Also yes you would leave it in the pan. I like the skin crispy, if you don't leave the skin on you wont have to do that step :)

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  4. Tried it today. Excellent great hit and everybody enjoyed it.

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  5. Sounds delicious. Beer definitely adds a ton of flavor!

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  6. Anything is better beer battered ;) Plus your photos are gorgeous!

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  7. mmm I want to try this recipe immediately. Looks very appetizing. A great recipe for dinner for me and my family. We love chicken legs and thighs very much. Thank you for sharing this great recipe!

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  8. This looks delicious! An easy recipe for tonight that should be a hit with my crowd!

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  9. I never thought of combining chicken with beer - looks and sounds so crispy and delicious!

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  10. What a delicious combination - beer certainly does give food plenty of flavour.

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  11. Looks so juicy and delicious, great idea with the beer. this is must try!

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  12. My husband makes a beer can chicken on the grill, but I've never thought to bake it in the oven. Great idea.

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  13. no better way to feed a crowd thats for sure! Everyone will love this! Even better cause it has a beer batter lol!! Awesome Claudia!!

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  14. Friends always used to make beef can chicken, so I guess this is much the same idea, just baked. Definitely looks like it helps keep them moist and some nice flavorings too.

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  15. My fiance will love this recipe - he's a big fan of what we call chicken-on-the-bone and beer! Looks so good!

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  16. I have a quick question I hate beer so what do you recommend what brand

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    1. you can buy single bottles at any gas station just get any brand I really don't have a preference Guinness is great for tenderizing but if you hate beer try white wine instead .. I do alternate occasionally

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