Bauman pasture-raised Chicken Leg Quarters come two per package.
Who didn’t LOVE chicken drumsticks as a kid?
No fussing with knives and forks . . . just pick ’em up and chomp away!
As grown-ups, though, we’re well practiced with the cutlery AND maybe crave a little more meat than a chicken leg alone has to offer, right?
This is why Leg Quarters are where it’s at!
Juicy dark meat packed with flavor.
Chicken Leg Quarters average 1.25 lbs/package.
Our pasture-raised chicken is from our farm in Garnett, Kansas.
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How long to grill chicken leg quarters?
Since legs and thighs have the biggest bones, it takes longer to cook than the breasts or wings.
You’ll want to grill whole chicken legs over indirect heat for 30 to 40 minutes, turning every 15 minutes. Finish over direct heat for about 10 minutes, 5 minutes per side.
Because of the dark meat and bones, you want to wait until the internal temperature is 180°F to 190°F before taking them off the grill. 165°F is safe, but at 180°F the meat tastes much better, and it will be tender.