Recipes for Chicken Hindquarters???
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    Default Recipes for Chicken Hindquarters???

    There's a deal here in town for chicken hindquarters for 50 cents/lb.
    What are some recipes for these?
    thanks!

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    We like to grill them. I either top them BBQ sauce just before they come off the grill or marinade them with a mixture of soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic or garlic powder, salt and pepper -- for an hour or more -- and then grill them.
    I've even just thrown the chicken and the BBQ or marinade in the crockpot and let 'em cook (usually 4-5 hours on high is good -- they'll fall off the bone!!). Yankee Mom posted a yummy recipe today -- it's under 4/24 what's for dinner section.
    You can also boil them, debone them and use them for soup, pot pie or with noodles or dumplings.
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    I boil mine and make chicken and dumpling`s. or chicken dressing.
    made chicken soup once.

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    Marinade in Italian Dressing and broil, or grill and coat with BBQ sauce.

    Good luck! That's a great deal!

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    buy bunches and bunches and boil them.
    then freeze them in 2 cup portions, they will be the start of any chicken casserole!

    what a deal!

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    oven fryed chicken is always good...Also stuffed thighs...debone and cut into chunks and make nuggets..boil the bones and fat that you cut off for broth and debone after cooked for chicken broth and noodles...

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    I posted a recipe under the cooking by scratch for chicken leg quarters ...

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    I found a recipe for Honey Hoisin Chicken on a crockpot web site. It was really good. My daughter keeps asking when I'm going to make it again. I think it would be good with some cilantro or green onion sprinkled on top of the chicken before serving.

    2 to 3 lbs chicken parts (thighs, legs etc)
    2 Tbls Soy Sauce
    2 Tbls Hoisin Sauce
    2 Tbls Honey
    2 Tbls White Wine
    1 tsp ground ginger
    Pepper to taste
    2 Tbls water
    2 Tbls corn starch

    Cook in crockpot 6 - 8 hours on low until juices run clear. Remove chicken and add cornstarch to water and add to sauce and cook on high until thickened. It was really good. I served the sauce with rice.
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    another thought u could do is cook the chicken, take off the meat .. heat it in a frying pan with some onion, garlic and a couple table spoons of salsa ... then spoon it onto a soft tortia (I make my own), add some shredded cheese) put another tortia on top ..brush some olive oil on the top .. put that side down in a frying pan (brush the opposite side in olive oil now) cook until shell is lightly browned and cheese is melted cut into quarters and serve with sour cream .. sooo good (we had this for lunch today)

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