4lbsFoster Farm's Fresh And Natural Chickendark meat
16ozStubb's Texas Sriracha Anytime Sauce
1lbFrozen French Fries
In a 13 x 9 baking dish, Take your bottle of Stubb's Texas Sriracha Anytime Sauce and smother it over those Foster Farms Fresh and Natural Chicken legs. Really work it in there. I flipped mine to makes sure i got an even coating all around.
Cover the dish (either with foil, or if you have one with a lid, use that.) and let it marinate overnight in the fridge.
For the Sriracha-Lime Crema, mix the sour cream along with the sriracha sauce and squeeze the lemon juice in a sealable bowl.
Stir it altogether and close it up and place in the fridge.
Cooking the Chicken
When you're ready to grill, heat the grill up to about 350-400. Place all your chicken on the grill. Optionally place some applewood smoke chips on the grill too for extra flavor. Grill on each side for about 7-10 minutes
While the chicken is grilling, place a skillet on the top rack and cool your bacon.
Cutting the Chicken
Once the chicken is cooked place on a cutting board and get ready to chop.
For Thighs, cut along the center of the bone to give you 2 meatless pieces. For A drum stick cut along the bone to remove the meat.
Chop into about 1 inch cubes
Take the left over skin and cook it in the bacon fat to get super crispy chicken skin. Once everything is cooked, remove from the skillet
Chop the skin and bacon into small pieces
Cooking the Fry-Cho's
Place yoru frozen fries on a cookie sheet and place on the grill covered for about 10 minutes
Remove the fries from the grill and top with that lovely chicken.
Add the cheese, bacon, crispy skin, and jalapenos, and back on the grill for another 7-10 minutes.
Pull out that Sriracha sauce, and smother it all over those Fry-Cho's. Enjoy!
Find the full recipe at: https://www.dadwithapan.com/smothered-texas-sriracha-chicken-fry-chos/