Boneless Chicken Thighs
Boneless chicken thighs rev up recipes for stir-fry, soups, and salads. Whether adding boneless chicken thighs to hot casseroles or cold dishes, consider using both skinless and skin-on varieties to enhance the flavor but minimize the fat.See Popular Boneless Chicken Thighs Recipes
Cayenne pepper adds a little zip to a delectable white sauce made from cottage cheese and sour cream.
A hearty soup featuring chicken and vegetables simmers in the slow cooker while you're away. Just stir in the pasta when you get home!
Learn how to easily balance the sweet and sour in this lemon ginger chicken recipe. The secret to infusing the chicken with flavor? Rubbing the seasoning mix under the skin of the chicken.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, prepare to face your Greatest Day in Chicken History. It's coming! Coming soon! April 14, to be exact. To a KFC outlet near you. No bones about it. The Colonel is all set to launch Original Recipe Boneless Chicken, the first new option to KFC's original chicken menu in 70 years. (No, these won't be crispy chicken strips or tenders, which KFC already serves, but complete pieces filleted directly off the bone.) According to the website Delish: "The pieces will be bone-free, skinless, and orders will include both white and dark meat. They will stillread more
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... It's a little bit of heaven in one dish when you serve our Chicken 'n Dumplings with Vegetables. Add a tossed salad with a light vinaigrette dressing and dinner is done.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Chicken soup just like the doctor ordered--and then some, including fresh chicken plus green, baby lima and cannellini beans souped up with hot and flavorful spices.
Sang Yoon's succulent chicken, glazed with an Indian-inflected blend of tamarind, vinegar and chile, sits on a pan-seared cake of slender Chinese egg noodles. The glaze is terrific with any poultry.
Use a heavy-duty pan with a light-color surface, which will make it easy to monitor the color of the caramel as it darkens. Nonstick or other pans with dark finishes make it difficult to see what's going on.
Grab a foolproof stroganoff dinner mix, and create a delicious meal complete with veggies.
This traditional Puerto Rican chicken soup, with just the right amount of spice, slow-cooks all day so you'll come home to a warm and flavorful dish the whole family will enjoy.
If we had to guess, we'd guess there's a package (or two...or four...) of boneless, skinless chicken breasts in your freezer right now. And we bet that you also have a regular rotation of tried-and-true recipes for these dinnertime staples, predictable and (dare we say it?) perhaps even a little boring. Well, we're here to encourage you to keep stocking up on chicken breasts -- but you can kiss predictability goodbye. We've got some new, unexpected chicken breast recipes for you to try, each one delicious, fun and wholly creative. From a chicken mac and cheese to aread more
Searching for a little variety regarding how to bake chicken thighs? Sweet and spicy is a great way to go. Baking seals in chicken's natural juices and flavor, and thigh meat is particularly flavorful and well-suited to absorbing marinades, whether you let the thighs chill in the mixture for a while or just brush it on before baking.
Ah, the boneless chicken breast: so healthy, so light, so versatile ... so boring. Are we right?
If you're a regular reader, you know how much we love chicken thighs, the tender, succulent alternative to tried-and-true boneless chicken breast. But this one-pot recipe is really something to crow about. Not only do you get chicken thighs in all their juicy glory, they're simmered in pancetta drippings, which makes them even better.
When you find a good deal at your grocery store, it's smart to stock up -- but it can be a challenge to find new, tasty ways to use up all those good bargains. Each week, we bring you three original (often surprising!) recipes that feature the types of ingredients you're likely to find on sale.
Chicken thighs are the underdog of poultry, but they can rescue dinner again and again if you let them. Why do the Recipe.com editors love them? They're wonderfully flavorful (unlike chicken breast, which tends to be bland unless it's got great sauce or rub), they're inexpensive (seriously -- compare a pound of boneless chicken breast with a pound of boneless or bone-in thighs next time you're at the market), and they're more forgiving when it comes to cooking time (breast will overcook and become tough in mere seconds; because the thighs have more fat, you're not going to ruin dinner if you go over a minute or two).