Boiling chicken legs is one of the easiest ways to get those crispy chicken legs you crave.
You can use your stovetop grill or grill on a gas grill, or if you prefer to cook on a griddle, you can use a grill.
In either case, this recipe for boiling chicken legs will leave you with a great crispy texture.
You’ll get the right amount of crispiness for the price.
It’s so simple to do and it tastes just as good on the grill.
This recipe is a must try for anyone who is looking for crispy chicken thighs.
It will also make a great appetizer for a party or for just one meal.
This chicken leg recipe has been a favorite of mine for a while, and it is still one of my favorite chicken legs to cook.
Be careful when you boil the chicken legs, they are incredibly tough, so if you’re a fan of chicken thighs it might be worth keeping them in the fridge for a few days to keep them crisp.
The easiest way to boil chicken legs for a good crispiness is to use a gas griddle.
You will need to have a gas or grill grill that is very hot and very dry.
Heat the grill up to medium-high and make sure that it is at the right temperature for the chicken.
If the chicken is too dry, it will overcook.
If you’re cooking on a grill, you should keep the chicken in the grill for a little longer.
Once the chicken has been cooked on a large surface, you’ll be left with a crispy skin.
If you’re going to cook the chicken on a charcoal grill, place a grate in the center of the grill and place a piece of charcoal on top of it.
It should be just under the grate and you should be able to get some smoke out of it as you cook.
It doesn’t matter if the charcoal is a natural charcoal or a commercial charcoal.
I like to cook my chicken on the charcoal grate because it creates a perfect medium heat for the skin.