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5 out of 5
Wow! Whole family loved thisMay 16, 2009By katiech
This was easy and delicious, something a little different. I made it exactly like the recipe. I thought it might be too spicy but it wasn't, but it was very flavorful. It took an extra 15 minutes for the chicken to cook. I basted it a couple times while baking. I made gravy from the drippings and served with mashed potatoes. My husband and 2 kids (ages 4 and 2) all loved this and begged me to make it again.
5 out of 5
Easy and DeliciousApril 21, 2009By glassgirl09
This is now one of my favorite recipes! I always make chicken but wanted something different without it being too intensive. I found this recipe and I loved all the ingredients that go into it so I gave it a try. I didn't have oregano so I substituted it for french thyme and I didn't have chili powder so I used habanero powder. The result was wonderful! I don't know if it changed the original recipe all that much but this dish is SO good! It was really easy to prepare and you don't need to dirty a bunch of dishes just to make it. I loved the way the chicken made my house smell as it was baking in the oven. This is definitely a garlic-lovers recipe. Even though I may have overcooked my chicken, it was still tender. Yum! Definitely give this one a try!!
3 out of 5
Good chicken, inadequate instructionsMarch 24, 2009By nashwill
This is a good recipe for flavorful, succulent chicken. However, I had to assume that four servings = four leg quarters, as the chicken was not included in the list of ingredients. I also had to assume that 350º was the correct oven temperature, since there was none specified. This sort of sketchy recipe-writing works OK for someone who cooks every day or bakes a lot of chicken, as I do, but for the occasional or beginning cook it just won't do.
4 out of 5
Garlic Roasted Chicken Leg QuartersMarch 24, 2009By pab882
It would be nice if chicken was included in the list of ingredients. I assume, since it serves 4, that there would be 4 chicken leg quarters needed.
2 out of 5
Garlic Chicken Leg QuartersMarch 24, 2009By TXChef
I am always looking for chicken leg quarter recipes, because that's the cut of the chicken my children like most. This recipe didn't mention the temperature to bake for 40 to 50 minutes. I normally bake chicken leg quarters with a vermouth reduction for only 30 minutes at 450 degrees. I think I'll try this recipe reducing the baking time and using a 450 degree oven.