Recipe Post: Panko Oven-Baked Fried Chicken Legs

Edit: Hello! I didn’t realize this post would be one of the popular ones on the blog and needless to say, one of these days, I will need to update the photos on this post when I make this dish again. But, that doesn’t take away from the fact that this dish is such an easy one to make and you’ll have a great meal in no time. Enjoy!

So since my zumba toning class got canceled tonight without any notice to me and a few other girls, I had some time on my hands so I decided to do a cooking entry. =)

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Ingredients:
Panko crumbs
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
6 chicken legs
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard

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Fill the ziploc bag with all the spices. The original recipe called for two spices I didn’t have which I excluded as well as using oats. I wouldn’t be Asian if I didn’t replace the oats with Panko crumbs instead. It’s healthier & crispier too. =)
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I make slice marks on the thickest part of the leg to make baking it easier. They’ll cook through alot faster.

Then place the mustard into a bowl and brush over the chicken legs.
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Now place the leg individually into the bag of crumb spices and gently shake it to cover the legs thoroughly.
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I cover the pan with aluminum foil so it makes cleaning faster for me. Then place the legs on top of the foil. Place into pre-heated oven of 400 degrees and bake it for 40 mins.

After that’s done, you have a nice plate of yummy oven-baked chicken legs that smells so good. I’m thinking you’re hoping to have smell-a-vision right about now huh?
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Bon Appetit! =)

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Comments

  1. that looks amazing! can’t wait to try it =)

  2. ooo this looks so yummy. Have you tried it with chicken breasts before?

  3. wow… im so hungry now! :'(

  4. wow that does look delicious. Yummy with a bowl of rice *drooling*

  5. YYYYYYYUM that looks delicious! 🙂

  6. Ohhh yummy. I’m gona try this! 🙂

  7. I’m hungrrrryyyy!

    your pix looks sooo yummy yummy!!

  8. ohh man that looks delicious!!! thanks for the recipe <3

  9. yummo!! Your spicy jar look really cool, how does it work? I noticed last time that it’s got a dial on it with 1/4 tsp or whatnot labels, can you move the level to get premeasured amounts out?

  10. my tongue is out… I LOVE FRIED CHICKEN!

    is that jay chow?

  11. @kkkkatie thx girl! hehe.

    @jojos4eva hehe.. did u have dinner yet? =)

    @kaman chicken breasts should work too but it’s the only part hubby doesn’t like to eat.

    @Beautelli hehe.. thx! =)

    @NuNuDoll yes do try.. very quick and easy!

    @A haha.. thx hun!

    @Sanniet np! =)

    @LuLu yep.. it’s got a 1/4 dial at the bottom to move forward depending on ingredients.. also the lid pops up for spoons and such

    @M haha.. this is the healthy kind cause it’s baked. =P heck yeah jay chou’s on here! hehe.. as well as my other fave asian artists such as AMEI! hehe.

  12. When am I coming over for dinner??? xD And I offered to cook you hotpot.. I feel ashamed now , hahahaha

  13. OOOOh! I do the same thing with chicken breasts…it’s like a low cal Chicken Katsu. My other half loves this recipe!

    If you have never tried matzo meal (it’s Jewish) it also makes a fantastic bake/fry coating too.

    Another coating I use is semolina…it creates a fine crunchy finish, and is very delicate.

    YUMMMM! Thanks for the food porn!

  14. Yummylicious!!!

  15. *DROOLS*

  16. @fuz haha.. let’s do potluck at ur place sometime.. =)

    @jamilla oooh! u don’t say.. haha.. i’ll give it a try next time. =)

    @Blair hehe.. thx! =)

    @Wuz need me to give u a napkin there.. hehe. =D

  17. o wowww.. YUMMY! haha okay now i’m officially hungry at work lol… must find somethign to chew on…

  18. haha.. reminds me to get lunch now.. haha.

  19. dudee that looks good! I wanna learn how to make that !

  20. DROOL..
    i cant cook but i wanna learn.
    how pathetic. hehe.
    hehe your welcome!

    i love mustard! i love to eat mustard with rice LOL! i know im weird… =D

  21. u eat mustard with rice?! haha.. now that’s love there.. hehe.. yeah this recipe’s pretty easy so should be a good one to practice on =)

  22. wow this chicken looks pretty good. wait so u can do makeup, hair and you can cook?? what else can you do? lol

  23. Wow, that looks delicious! Thanks for mentioning the Sally’s sale. Now, I can go get some nail polish and check out the Yes To Carrots. ^^

  24. @iambeautiful20 haha.. umm.. i like to be a jack or rather jill of all trades.. too bad i only have two hands! =P

    @Entenu haha.. yes i love sales! =)

  25. god they look good and devilious!!

  26. devilicious?? haha

  27. Wow that looks really delicious *drool*! I want some now… lol~

    I can just sit on your blog and listen to the music. I love this song by Jason Mraz… hehe~

  28. hahah.. jason mraz.. dreamy sighhhh.. hehe.

  29. Very strange how I found this recipe…

    I’m going to try it tonight, hope it’s a winner!

  30. Have some in the oven right now. Am intersted in this site looks like a good cook here.

  31. Making them now – cant wait to eat!!

  32. making this now… will report back:)