I love a bargain. So when my favourite Asian market had boneless, skinless chicken LEGS on sale last week for a ridiculous price I visualized tender, dark-ish meat falling off the bone (even though there would be no bone).... So I bought a bunch of them. As I was separating them for freezing, they were kind of grossing me out.... gnarly bits, cartilage, gobs of fat, arteries and tendons... What the heck was going on?? I'm almost surprised I didn't find a claw or feather in there somewhere. I'm not a princess (even though I will NEVER buy fresh shrimp again - now that's a nasty and dangerous cleaning job with those sharp bits), but I wasn't anticipating a horror show just because they were on sale. Can anyone suggest a nice, civilized recipe to make these post-apocalyptic legs more appealing??? The dissection of these babies just left me a bit queasy.... And NO, I did not thoroughly remove all the lumps and bumps. Maybe I should just throw them out... Perhaps not worth the work.... p.s. I'm being a bit dramatic in order to be a bit amusing... They are just normal chicken legs, but they weren't cleaned properly, so no need to speculate if I didn't actually get real chicken legs. They're legs, just sloppy ones.