3 ingredients and a slow cooker. This couldn’t be simpler to throw together.
And it’s really good too! I’m not sure why I thought to mix Teriyaki and BBQ sauces, but the combination makes a flavorful sauce that was a hit with the kids.
Here’s what you’ll need:
In addition to the teriyaki and bbq sauces, you’ll need chicken legs, of course. I used a bag of frozen legs that I defrosted part way in the microwave. You could also use any other cut of chicken or even pork or beef with the sauce. And I thought it would be great on the outdoor grill.
Don’t worry about measuring exactly with this. I used the whole bottle of each, but that was a lot more sauce than necessary. Next time, I’ll go for 1/2 bottle of each.
Teriyaki BBQ Chicken Legs in the Slow Cooker
- 3 lbs. chicken legs
- 1 cup Teriyaki sauce
- 1 cup BBQ sauce
- Put chicken legs in slow cooker.
- Stir sauces together and pour over chicken.
- Cook on high 5-6 hours or low 7-8 hours.
Crystal & Co says
Love this! What a smart recipe!
This is just perfect! Our grocery has chicken legs on sale right now, just right for dinner tonight! Thanks so much, I love your site!
Kim B. says
LOVE this recipe!!! Sooo up my alley & something we ALL will enjoy!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Crystal & Co says
In my crockpot right now. 🙂
I am using chicken breasts instead… that is what I have on hand.
Thanks for the great recipe!
Can I do this in stove? I don’t have slow cooker
You can do it in the oven. 350 degrees for about an hour or till the chicken legs are done.
Just tried this tonight and it let me down. Should have known it was too good to be true. I wanted so badly for it to be good but it just wasn’t. The chicken was not good enough to stand on its own but maybe with some rice or wrapped up in a fajita it would be okay. Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t terrible or anything but at best it was just okay. I used sweet baby rays instead of KC but I can’t imagine that would have made a difference. Anyway thanks for the recipe, I may not have liked it but I sure like trying stuff!
More sauce = better chicken! Try it with chicken thighs (and add a splash of water to the slow cooker).
Kristi Vincini says
Chicken was very tender… and flavorful.. it was easy and my family enjoyed it.