136 Reviews

We don't buy seasoning salt so I substitued with Chicken Rub. It was great! The chicken was very tender and juicy. Thanks so much for this recipe.

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Katzpaw June 02, 2010

My family really liked this. Tender and juicy! Thanks for a new chicken to put on our summer menu!

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PamMal May 27, 2010

My family loved this chicken! Very juicy!

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lattinhome6 April 20, 2010

Excellent seasonings - easy to make - the kids loved it - thanks for sharing.

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ScrapNStik November 11, 2009

We absolutely loved this chicken. I used drumsticks and let it marinate for 3 hours. It didn't take as long for the chicken to cook. We will make these many times, as it is a recipe that doesn't require many ingredients. Thank you so much for sharing this yummy chicken recipe with us, we will be making again.

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mommyoffour September 24, 2009

UPDATE: I have since replaced seasoning salt with chicken bouillon granules, halved the pepper to suit my Norwegian family's milder tastes, and omitted the oil to create a dry spice mix that I add to soooooooooooooooo many things. I keep it in a spice jar next to my stove and replenish it as soon as the jar runs empty. Absolutely love it. ORIGINAL REVIEW: Simple, yummy, and uses common ingredients. I usually prefer to substitute honey for sugar, but as this was a rub rather than a marinade, I used brown sugar. I replaced the salt with chicken bouillon powder and added onion powder as well. Coated chicken legs with oil one by one on a baking pan to avoid using more oil than necessary, mixed rub ingredients, and coated chicken thoroughly in the pan to avoid wasting any of the spice mix on the inside of a plastic bag. I'd tripled the recipe and had enough left over after coating 10 chicken legs to fill a spice container halfway for future use. Oven-baked for 40 minutes after "marinating" for 5 hours. The chicken was yummy! Loved the slight sweetness along with the little bitty bite of this spice mix. My new Norwegian family doesn't handle spicy very well, so small nibbles for me are huge kicks for them, hehe!

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FuzzyKiwi September 23, 2009

This was awesome chicken with your recipe for Creamy Pink Vodka Sauce with Penne. We loved the combination together very much and my sister really loved it for her birthday dinner. I will be making this often it was so tasty! Thank you for another great recipe Rita! Linda

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Linda's Busy Kitchen September 01, 2009

Loved it!!I used a whole cut up chicken so I made 4times more of the rub. I didn't measure the olive oil but just drizzle it directly on the chicken. I also added more garlic and a few dashes of cayenne pepper because I love spicy food. I will make this marinate in a bottle and use it often. Thank you!

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Stanley the Westie July 23, 2009

rita as always your recipes are incredible. and the amount of spice was just right. thanks.

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chocolate drop July 09, 2009
Chicken Legs Grilled