Oven Broiled Chicken with Barbecue Sauce


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Perfectly tender Broiled Chicken Thighs, marinated and then glazed with this homemade barbecue sauce made for a great weeknight meal. Learning how to broil chicken makes it easy to get a delicious dinner on the table fast.

Oven Broiled Chicken is an EASY weeknight dinner that the whole family loves! get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

Broiled Chicken Thighs

We rarely grill on weeknights, so the broiler was my tool for this meal. (My apologies in advance to Larry, Chris and Jenn. I already know that you are appalled. I promise to use my grill more frequently this year!)

I love using my broiler for quick and easy dinners. It takes almost no time at all and I am free to finish up the rest of the meal in the kitchen while it is cooking. Served with a tossed garden salad and some smashed potatoes, this is a favorite meal for everyone in the family.

How to Broil Chicken

Making broiled chicken is a breeze and you’ll love the flavor. Aside from marinating the meat, you can have great tasting broiled chicken on the table with less than 20 minutes of active cooking time.

To impart the best flavor into your chicken thighs, let the chicken pieces marinate in the barbecue sauce in a ziploc bag or large airtight container. Leave it for at least 6 hours, turning the pieces every couple of hours to be sure the sauce is distributed well.

If you toss the chicken in the sauce in the morning, it’ll be marinated and ready to cook by dinner time! Then it takes almost no time at all in the oven to get the chicken cooked through and ready to eat.

Place the chicken in the oven under the broiler setting for 5 to 6 minutes on the first side. Remove the chicken from the oven, flip and broil for another 5 minutes on the second side. Then, pour a little reserved barbecue sauce over the chicken before broiling for a final 2 minutes.

The chicken is done when the meat is no longer pink and the juices run clear.

Broiled Chicken with BBQ Sauce is a reader favorite too! find out how we make it at barefeetinthekitchen.com

Homemade Barbecue Sauces

When we’re craving barbecued chicken on a weeknight, oven broiled chicken usually winds up on our menu. We love it with just about any homemade barbecue sauce.

If you like some heat with your chicken, try this recipe with my Homemade Spicy Barbecue Sauce or this Sweet and Spicy Homemade Barbecue Sauce. This Tangy Peach Barbecue Sauce comes with a fruity flair that pairs beautifully with chicken. We also love the vinegar forward flavor of Tangy Memphis BBQ Sauce.

The spicy maple flavor in this Sriracha Bourbon Barbecue Sauce is to die for, too. For an Asian spin, check out one of my all-time favorite sauces, Korean Barbecue Sauce.

Whenever I make a batch of barbecue sauce, I try to make enough to stick in the freezer for later. When the barbecue sauce is ready to go, making a full barbecued chicken meal is as easy as can be. If you don’t have any homemade barbecue sauce handy, a bottle of your favorite store-bought sauce works just as well!

I’m all in favor of any short cuts that make getting dinner on the table even easier! Whether you make these broiled chicken thighs with homemade or bottled sauce, I know you’ll love it as much as we do.

Barbecued Chicken

For more heavenly chicken recipes, you’ll also want to give Carolina Style Barbecue Chicken and these Beer and Brown Sugar Chicken Skewers a shot. This Spicy Honey Brushed Chicken is another favorite weeknight meal.

Oven Broiled Chicken with Barbecue Sauce

Easy and delicious, these Broiled Chicken Thighs make a perfect weeknight meal. Served with a side of  Baked Beans,  Potato Salad or  Coleslaw, it’s bound to become one of your family’s favorite dinners.

Oven Broiled Chicken is a go-to weeknight dinner in our house!

Oven Broiled Chicken with Barbecue Sauce

8 boneless chicken thighs
3 cups homemade barbecue sauce (( or your favorite store bought sauce))

Pour 2 cups barbecue sauce over the chicken in an airtight container or a large ziploc bag. Let it rest in the refrigerator (turning it every few hours) for at least 6 hours. I usually toss my chicken in with the sauce in the morning and it is ready to go for dinner.

If you think of it, remove the chicken from the refrigerator at least half an hour before cooking. You can still cook it straight from the refrigerator though, if you forget.

When ready to cook, preheat the oven to Broil and line a large baking sheet with foil. Spread the chicken pieces out across it. Discard the remaining marinade liquid.

Broil the chicken for 5-6 minutes on the first side and then remove from the oven and turn the pieces over. Broil another 5 minutes or so, just until the chicken is almost done. If your pieces are thicker, they will take a little longer.

Turn the pieces again (if desired) and coat well with the remaining 1 cup of barbecue sauce. Broil for another 2 minutes or so, until the meat is no longer pink and the juices run clear. Enjoy!

{originally published 3/27/12 – recipe notes and photos updated 12/5/19}

 

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