Chinese Chicken Legs

Chinese Chicken Legs created by Derf2440

From WW Simply Delicious. Per serving: 172 calories, 3 g fat, 13 g carb, 52 mg cholesterol. Any easy low-cal dinner that my family liked.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Line the bottom of a large baking pan/dish with foil.
  • Mix together the first 9 ingredients in a big bowl.
  • Add the chicken legs and toss to coat well.
  • Place the chicken legs in single layer in the baking pan.
  • Spoon any remaining sauce over the chicken.
  • Cover loosely with foil and bake in a 400° oven for 20 minutes.
  • Remove foil and continue to bake about 20 more minutes or until the chicken is browned and cooked through.
  • Sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve chicken with sauce.
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"From WW Simply Delicious. Per serving: 172 calories, 3 g fat, 13 g carb, 52 mg cholesterol. Any easy low-cal dinner that my family liked."
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  1. Dessert Dawn
    I had two chicken leg quarters and for some reason didn't think it would be enough for all three of us so I added two chicken leg quarters that were already cooked. I just now realized I completely left out the scallions. I'm obsessive about cooking leg quarters so I cooked them covered for half and hour and un covered for half and hour. The picture looked so yummy that I made rice and broccoli to go with the chicken. As always when I use food.com for a recipe, the family LOVED it. The only substitution I made was a tablespoon of fish sauce instead of oyster sauce since, I didn't have any. I could have left it out and it would have been just as yummy. Thank you!
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  2. Dessert Dawn
    I had two chicken leg quarters and for some reason didn't think it would be enough for all three of us so I added two chicken leg quarters that were already cooked. I just now realized I completely left out the scallions. I'm obsessive about cooking leg quarters so I cooked them covered for half and hour and un covered for half and hour. The picture looked so yummy that I made rice and broccoli to go with the chicken. As always when I use food.com for a recipe, the family LOVED it. The only substitution I made was a tablespoon of fish sauce instead of oyster sauce since, I didn't have any. I could have left it out and it would have been just as yummy. Thank you!
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  3. Patty C.
    I absolutely love this recipe. I hand all the ingredients on hand, I am saving this one.<br/>I would use this with chicken thighs, wings and the legs. My family like the sauce so much that next time I will double it.
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  4. JulienneHsu
    The chicken cooked in this way is juicy. I really like it, but the taste of BBQ sauce a big challenge, for the reason that I use Korean sauce, which is sweeter than what I imagine.
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  5. nclpalacios
    This is the best bbq chicken ever!!!!
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