For the chicken you'll need is:
6-12 chicken thighs and drumsticks (skins on) --depending on your family size
salt and pepper
1. Dredge the thighs and legs in flour and lay them on a foil-lined and greased cookie sheet. Sprinkle salt and pepper.
2. Pour a drop of olive oil on each piece (most of it will pour over the sides, but no biggie)
3.Bake at 400 degrees F. for 20 minutes.
4. flip each piece and then drizzle (heartily) with honey. Bake for an additional 20 minutes.
The honey will caramelize and make the skin crispy (YUM!):
For the potatoes, you'll need:
About 8-10 small red potatoes (or small Yukon gold) --more if you have a big family
salt and pepper
1. Quarter the potatoes (skins on).
2. Place them in a large Ziploc bag.
3. Add enough olive oil to coat them, a few pinches of rosemary, and some salt and pepper (I have no exact measurements obviously).
4. Arrange them on a foil-lined and greased cookie sheet (make sure they are not on top of each other) and bake for 40 minutes in a 400 degrees F. oven.
There you have it! Add some corn and you'll be in starch heaven! ;--)
HAVE A NICE WEEKEND!
Good grief, I'm hungry now. Looks scrumptious. Enjoy your weekend.
Yummy! That's how I make my potatoes, too. Never thought of using a ziploc. I put them in a large bowl and pieces still manage to escape and fling their greasy bodies onto my floor (which I have no doubt just washed).
Will definitely try the ziploc trick next time. :D
Christina, I love how you throw everything at us on your blog including the kitchen (sink). *snerfle* It's refreshing (and yummy)!
CAN YOU SAY YUM!!! I'm supposed to be focusing on all those people who are joining in the great blogging experiment and yet I can smell your creation from all they way here in Houston.
Out of all the character posts today, I needed this. I need easy yummy recipes! Thanks!
Yummy. I blogged about your Wordless Wednesday post today.
Happy Friday to you as well!!
Yum! I love the idea for honey on the chicken.
Oh, wow, this looks AMAZING! Totally trying this soon!
Honey on top of chicken sounds like a given to me, and I've never tried it. My kids love the dark meat. I'm all over these recipes the next time my husband won't be dining with us (he's a white meat only kinda guy)!
thank you so much for this! Delicious, I loved the honey touch on the chicken.
Oh that looks tasty!! Just bought a bag of potatoes too, so maybe I'll give this recipe a whirl :)
Looks and sounds far better than what I have planned for dinner. Good thing there's still time to scrap my plans and change up the menu!
Will you please be making this for dinner tonight?
Yum. Now I'm hungry.
Have a great weekend. :)
I'm famished now. This looks absolutely delicious. Want to guess what I'm having for dinner tomorrow night?
Yummmmmm!!! I will have to try this one.
Sounds yummy! Thank you.
Now I'm hungry. Dammit.
Yummy! Over the summer I bought a bunch of chicken on sale and put it in the freezer. We've been having barbecue chicken on the grill, but that is getting old. Now I have a new recipe! And my kids love honey so they will love this! Thanks!
I love honey on my chicken... Don't know why I never thought to use it, myself, when cooking... Great recipe... You know where this is going...
Those are my favorite kind of potatoes!
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