Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters

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Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters are Marinated with Balsamic and Taco Seasonings, then Oven Roasted for a Fall Off The Bone Juicy Chicken Dinner!

We love Chicken and creating New Recipes with different Flavors! These Chicken Leg Quarters are Budget Friendly loaded with lots of Seasonings and Sweet Balsamic Marinade. After Roasting these in the Oven, they become Fall Off The Bone Delicious! This Marinade will work on all Chicken, Skin On or Off! Make Sure To Check Out All Our Chicken Recipes, Here!

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Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Marinating Time: 20 Minutes
Oven Temperature: 400 Degrees Fahrenheit
Oven Roasting Time: 45 – 50 Minutes
Serves 4
Skin On Chicken Leg Quarters - Dining in with Danielle

Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters Ingredients:

4 – 5 Chicken Leg Quarters
1/4 Cup Balsamic Vinegar
1/4 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 Teaspoons Ground Cumin
1 Teaspoon Chili Powder
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
3 Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
3 Tablespoons Fresh Minced Garlic (about 3 Cloves)

Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters Instructions:

1. First, you need a NonStick Baking Sheet. Then add 3 Tablespoons of Olive Oil and 3 Tablespoons Fresh Minced Garlic directly on the bottom of the Baking Sheet. Mix up the Olive Oil and Fresh Garlic and Spread it around on the Bottom of the Baking Sheet. Next, put the Skin On, Chicken Leg Quarters, Bone Side Down on top of the Olive Oil and Garlic on the Baking Sheet.
Skin On Chicken Leg Quarters before roasting - Dining in with Danielle

2. Next, in a Bowl, Add Balsamic Vinegar, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Ground Cumin, Chili Powder and Salt. Mix up the Marinade really well, then Pour the Marinade evenly on top of all the Chicken Leg Quarters. Next Sprinkle Ground Black Pepper on top of the Chicken. Let Sit and Marinate for 20 Minutes! 
Marinated Tex Mex Chicken Quarters - Dining in with Danielle

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3. PreHeat Oven at 400 Degrees F. After the Chicken has Marinated, Roast the Chicken Leg Quarters for 45 – 50 Minutes. No need to Flip the Chicken Over, Just let it Roast. 
Roasted Chicken fall off the bone - Dining in with Danielle

Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters

Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Marinating Time: 20 Minutes
Oven Temperature: 400 Degrees Fahrenheit
Oven Roasting Time: 45 – 50 Minutes
Serves 4

Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters Ingredients:

4 – 5 Chicken Leg Quarters
1/4 Cup Balsamic Vinegar
1/4 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 Teaspoons Ground Cumin
1 Teaspoon Chili Powder
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
3 Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
3 Tablespoons Fresh Minced Garlic (about 3 Cloves)

Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters Instructions:

1. First, you need a NonStick Baking Sheet. Then add 3 Tablespoons of Olive Oil and 3 Tablespoons Fresh Minced Garlic directly on the bottom of the Baking Sheet. Mix up the Olive Oil and Fresh Garlic and Spread it around on the Bottom of the Baking Sheet. Next, put the Skin On, Chicken Leg Quarters, Bone Side Down on top of the Olive Oil and Garlic on the Baking Sheet.

2. Next, in a Bowl, Add Balsamic Vinegar, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Ground Cumin, Chili Powder and Salt. Mix up the Marinade really well, then Pour the Marinade evenly on top of all the Chicken Leg Quarters. Next Sprinkle Ground Black Pepper on top of the Chicken. Let Sit and Marinate for 20 Minutes! 

3. PreHeat Oven at 400 Degrees F. After the Chicken has Marinated, Roast the Chicken Leg Quarters for 45 – 50 Minutes. No need to Flip the Chicken Over, Just let it Roast. 

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18 thoughts on “Roasted Tex Mex Chicken Leg Quarters”

  1. Never seen such a woman so slow to show something so simple. Took her 3 times to measure balsamic vinegar. Ridiculous. No to mention a couple things in my opinion were left out. But kids will watch anything

    1. Maybe you should watch the video AGAIN! I measured the Balsamic and then added Olive Oil to the same measuring cup, there was NO 3 times of anything! And your opinion of missing something is ridiculous because you can do many different things with Recipes, there is No one way of anything! By the way, Kids watching my videos is laughable!

      1. Why are you replying so nasty to people? That’s not professional at all… anyway, I sauteed the oil and garlic to release the fragrance and more robust umami flavor aside from permeating the meat. (I’m a professional chef) and I’ve done this recipe before. Quite a delicious dish.

    2. Walleye Eater

      Your probably not even a real chef. And if you are what are you doing on pintrest. You should learn to love more instead of being hateful.

  2. I am making this for dinner tonight!
    It looks delicious!
    I don’t understand how people have become so RUDE!!
    Ignore the hater’s!!
    I enjoy scrolling Pinterest for ideas.
    Yours caught my attention and it is about to go in the oven now.

  3. I see what “Chef” Mary was talking about. You added liquid 3 times to the measuring cup to get the right amount lol!! So what? I do that all the time 😂😂 It’s just funny how people can be so petty. You rock girl!

  4. I am 78 years old and see more of this pettiness every day, my grandpa had a saying “ if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all “ I have not made this recipe yet, but it is my next chicken quarter dinner. Thank you for being so generous and sharing your recipe. God bless you.

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