This is a one-pan low-carb dish where we simply bake herbed skinless and boneless chicken thighs. Let them absorb the smoky bell pepper aroma and the rich flavors of the Italian seasoning. Don’t forget the juicy tomatoes and the healthy and ubiquitous garlic.
Everybody knows how to grill chicken, right? It may be so, but we think that the secret to finger-licking chicken meat hides in the flavoring process. In this case, for example, we marinate the skinless boneless thighs in a lemony garlic and parsley mixture. And we do this for 3 hours (just be patient and you won’t be sorry).
Roasted chicken thighs can make your mouth water, but you can enhance them even more. You can easily add more flavor and color to the meat with beetroot, carrots, and fennel. And if their aromas get joined by rosemary, orange juice, and hot chili you’re in for a treat.
This hearty decadent dish combines chicken meat and pork sausage into a warming one-pot delight. Frying the chorizo and the veggies in the drippings from the fried chicken thighs lets you combine the aromas from the two types of meat with the tang of the vegetable mixture. Try this filling food especially in winter.
Good old chicken thighs, anyone? Cook these ones three times in a row. First fry them coated with oregano and basil, second, fry them a little more in the sweet soy sauce, and third, roast them together with mozzarella and cherry tomatoes. A mixture of irresistible flavors!
For this one, cook the thighs separately to enjoy more of their flavor. In fact, use the same skillet with the drippings and aromas left from the previous ingredients – bacon, veggies, and chicken. This way, you’ll get a bunch of beautifully mixing flavors. Then just add white wine, mustard, and yogurt for the final round.
These chicken thighs are first fried, then cooked in a wine, garlic, and rosemary mixture, until they get soft and the liquid reduces into an incredibly flavored sauce. Eat the garlic cloves also, they’re delicious!
Chicken and caramelized onion can work wonders for your palate. First, fry the chicken thighs in olive oil. Then caramelize the onion by slow-cooking it in olive oil and butter. This adds extra flavor to your dish. Ultimately cook them together and let their aromas beautifully intertwine.