Hoisin Five-Spice Chicken Legs

Hoisin Five-Spice Chicken Legs created by NoraMarie

3 ingredients, quick and easy. Good cold too. Try them in a lunch box or picnic.

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  • Put chicken in a foil lined pan.
  • Stir hoisin and five-spice powder together.
  • Brush liberally over chicken pieces.
  • Bake in top 1/3 of oven.
  • Bake at 500 degrees F 25 to 30 minutes.
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"3 ingredients, quick and easy. Good cold too. Try them in a lunch box or picnic."
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  1. Angela P.
    I had a bad feeling the sauce was going to burn at that high temp so I tried it at 450 like another viewer had mentioned, I thought I was safe to go about my housework but 35 min later I checked on it and the sauce was burnt char black. I had to remove the skin from the chicken and my husband still ate it but I felt bad it looked horrendous. I see it has some really good reviews so my fault for not checking when I had a bad feeling, and would just recommend that others check often to avoid the same thing from happening.
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  2. Irmgard
    This is really good, and with only three ingredients! I removed the skin before cooking for dietary reasons before brushing with the sauce and then cooked the legs for 45 minutes at 400 degrees F. I felt the higher 500 degree temperature would dry out the meat too much. I have two pieces left to take for lunch during the week so can't wait to try it cold!
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  3. karen in tbay
    I doubled the sauce for 6 whole chicken thigh - leg pcs but found it a bit overpowering on the hoison flavor.
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  4. DEEP336
    These are SOOOO good! We had our first winter storm this week and I wanted to cook a few things I thought might be as good cold as they were hot. This recipe came up in review, and I thought it suited the situation of possibly being without electricity. Thank goodness we only lost power for about 3 hours. However, this recipe is great. It's tasty, simple, and makes as good a cold snack as it does a hot entree(especially with seasoned rice). It's a definite keeper even for the summer months. I marinated the legs for 24 hours before baking. Thanks for posting!
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  5. NoraMarie
    Hoisin Five-Spice Chicken Legs Created by NoraMarie
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