These oven-“fried” chicken thighs are a perfect go-to dinner. They are budget friendly and can be turned into a compete meal served over rice, quinoa, or a fresh salad.
These chicken thighs are cooked in one skillet for easy cleanup. Carrots, potatoes, and onions are added for a complete meal. Serve with a side salad and some crusty bread.
Chicken thighs and carrots are cooked on top of the stove, making a hearty dish for any time of year, especially if you prefer not to heat up the oven. Serve with fresh broccoli, green peas, or a salad, along with some good bread to get every last drop of the tasty sauce.
Sometimes, I just don’t want to grill in the heat, outside. Using the broiler for these boneless, skinless chicken thighs only takes a few minutes, inside my air-conditioned kitchen, and gives the chicken a lovely char. We like Mexican flavors, so these can be sliced and used as fajitas, or as a soft chicken taco. I used them whole, as a main dish, to go along with Southwestern Veggie Skillet, on the Allrecipes site, and Mexican rice. Garnish with fresh cilantro or flat-leaf parsley.
The next time you reach for that last pickle in the jar, hang on to the juice. Chicken marinated in pickle juice makes some mighty tender grilled chicken. The pickle flavor does not overpower, but you do need to like dill pickles to enjoy this.
I love the flavor of green enchiladas, but sometimes I don’t love rolling all the tortillas, lol! Here is a casserole that gives that great, tangy flavor, but in much less time. Garnish with sour cream, if you like. Mexican rice and borracho beans are great sides for this Tex-Mex family meal.
This recipe for chicken teriyaki tacos is like a symphony of flavors: savory and incredibly crispy chicken smothered in a rich teriyaki sauce, topped with a tangy Japanese cucumber salad, scallions, and spicy sriracha sour cream.
The beginning of fall comes with an abundance of apples, which means it’s time to start baking! But more than pies, apples roast extremely well with chicken! This dish makes a fantastic sweater-weather meal, with beautifully roasted chicken and an apple, potato, and onion bake that takes advantage of the delicious roasted chicken drippings.
These easy baked chicken thighs are breaded in panko with some heat from Sriracha sauce. Feel free to increase the amount of hot sauce.
Chicken thighs with honey, mustard, and curry. You will want to be home while this is cooking so that you can baste it occasionally. Produces a delicious sauce that goes well with rice.