Barbecue Chicken Legs

Fire up your taste buds for spicy BBQ chicken. No matter what level of spice you prefer, these easy recipes for spicy BBQ chicken train your palate to take the heat, including spicy orange-glazed chicken and spicy chipotle.

Spatchcock Barbecue Chicken with Raspberry Glaze

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A brilliant blend of tart raspberries, rich, sweet balsamic vinegar, earthy rosemary, and spicy cayenne pepper creates an incredible glaze over juicy grilled chicken in this creative take on classic barbeque. Served with a fresh green salad and roasted baby red potatoes for an absolutely amazing dinner.

Saucy BBQ Chicken

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A simple 8-ingredient, quick-fix barbecue sauce turns everyday chicken into a true feast. Smoked paprika -- pimiento peppers that have been dried over fire -- supply the smoky taste.

Total: 30 mins

Super Simple Peachy Barbecue Chicken

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Smoky Chicken with Fingerling Potatoes

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A dry rub of spice-cabinet staples like chili powder and smoked paprika gives this chicken and potato dinner scalable heat.

Barbecue-Chutney Chicken

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Spicy Barbecued Chicken

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Packed with protein, this barbecued chicken dish packs a spicy punch thanks to its sauce, which also works on ribs.

Texas-Style Barbecued Chicken Legs

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Chicken legs are economical and a great choice for grilling. The spicy barbecue sauce boasts lots of Texas flavor and is delicious with the moist dark meat from the legs.

Classic BBQ Chicken

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Decadently sauced and falling-from-the-bone tender, Scott Peacock's classic barbecue chicken recipe is a family favorite.

BBQ Chicken Quarters

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Kenny's Wings of Fire

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The name "Wings of Fire" is no understatement, as a quick read of this chicken-wings recipe will tell you. Two hot pepper sauces and two forms of dried chiles make sure that these wings are hot, hot hot. Treat a few wings to the rub -- but spare them from the sauce -- for guests that prefer milder foods.

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