Paprika Chicken Legs – Resist the temptation of cooking the same thing over and over and make this Baked Garlic Paprika Chicken Legs.

It’s packed with great flavors from garlic, onion, cayenne pepper, herbs and, of course, paprika.

It’ll be a new family favorite easy dish!

The whole family would totally enjoy these baked Paprika Chicken Legs and it comes together quickly.

If chicken is on your mind this week, put this one-pot low-carb meal on the menu.

All you need is a few pantry staple spices coupled with herbs on hand.

For an added bonus, you can throw in some vegetables in the roasting pan and have a delicious one-pot meal ready in less than no time.

How easy is that?

You would have a complete meal that looks as impressive as it tastes.

What is paprika?
Paprika is a deep orange-red ground spice made from dried fruits of the larger and sweeter varieties of Capsicum annum called bell pepper or sweet peppers. It is commonly used as a garnish on soups, stews or appetizers, but its flavor is truly released when its is heated through. Paprika is also named as the fourth most consumed spiced in the world

Is paprika spicy?
There’s not just one variety of paprika; thus its flavor could vary depending on where it’s from and the type of peppers used. Thus the flavors could range from sweet to mild to red hot.

Among of its popular variety are the plain paprika, Spanish paprika and Hungarian paprika. If you’re unsure on what suits you, you can start with the one that only says “paprika” on the label as it is neither sweet nor hot and is perfect as a garnish for eggs and the likes. Hungarian paprika on the other hand have some degree of rich, sweet red pepper flavor. Those you see usually in the grocery store marketed as the Hungarian sweet paprika is sweet and slightly pungent.

For this recipe I used a smoked paprika which is a type of Spanish paprika for a deep, smoky and woodsy, earthy touch of flavor

If you want a really crisp skin use a paper towel to wipe the chicken dry.

Looking for carbs to pair this with?

Then try pair it with this aromatic Green Beans and Bacon.

If using fresh vegetables be sure to blanch before adding so you can have really tender vegetables


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