This isn’t really a pintrist recipe. The picture wouldn’t make your head spin, but there are nights where you need to throw something in the oven and help with homework, then toss a salad and call it good.
And this recipe is great for those nights.
PLUS, chicken thighs and drumsticks (bone in and skin on) are a great budget stretcher. EVen if you don’t eat the skin for this recipe (and I usually pick a small bit that looks the crispiest and the yummiest and eat that) it’s still really yummy (and fast).
Get a bag, throw some bisquik, pepper, salt and paprika in it. Then, toss your chicken in it. Line a cooking pan with foil (it is a little messy, so this saves you some clean-up) and put the coated chicken in it skin side down. Then put it in a 425 degree oven and bake for 35 minutes, then turn it and cook for another 15.
I often serve with some rice a roni and some veggies.
Kids like it, and it’s a quick fix.
In case you want a real recipe I found one here. I don’t use the buter, but I Do pam the foil. I’d hate for some of the deliciously crispy skin to stick to the foil.