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Mar 14, 2009 09:26 PM

Boneless chicken thighs ?

I am looking for a recipe that I can put together tomorrow AM and serve to friends tomorrow evening. I have a well stocked pantry and have kale, cauliflower, and asparagus along with the regular onions, garlic and red bell peppers, etc. A slow cooker recipe would be perfect. Any good ideas?

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  1. I'm doing a chicken paprikash with chicken thighs tomorrow (using red bell peppers and onions).

    1. Flatten them between two sheets of waxed paper or saran wrap; dip in panko and egg separately; and saute them in any type of oil (peanut, olive) till they're brown. Let sit on paper towels. Very easy to make and taste as good, if not better, than most veal cutlets. You can then place some cheese of choice on them and cover with tomato sauce and heat them in the oven, like chicken parmesan.

      I've also sprinkled them with sumac, tumeric, salt and pepper, smoked paprika, cajun seasoning, whatever turns you on, and then BBQed them. Very good. Yummy both ways.

      Serve the veggies sauteed with them. Great meal.

      1. Flatten them, Soy, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, a little wasabi if you have it for a 2-hour marinade, grill them. Tempura for the veggies, or grill the Asparagus and peppers.

        1. I use boneless chicken thighs a lot. Stir fry or use in Thai curry. Choose a marinade you like and broil them in the over. They are so juicy and much better than dry breasts. A very simple marinade: soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar, white pepper, finely chopped cilantro and 1 green chili ground into a paste and a garlic clove, marinade overnight and broil or grill.

            1. re: janniecooks

              jannie, made your crockpot thai thighs again this past week..really good...used a habanero instead of a jalapeno...yowsa! Perfect (for us)!