I have chicken thighs on the bone and am looking for something different to do with them. I usually just roast them, but would like to try go

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pierino April 25, 2012
You are talking about my favorite food part here. I like to grill thighs over a real wood fire or deep fry them in peanut oil or, or, or....
 
TheFritschKitchen April 25, 2012
My favorite way to use chicken thighs is in a chickpea stew. Very warming and filling, yet still light and healthy! Perfect for spring weather when it's still a little cold outside and you need something warm in your tummy!

http://biggreencookbook.blogspot.com/2012/02/chickpea-stew.html

 
gigiaxline April 25, 2012
I usually make this http://www.cookincanuck.com/2009/12/dijon-thyme-roasted-chicken-drumsticks/ using chicken thighs. Extremely easy and delicious with some steamed broccoli & rice.
 
Sam1148 April 24, 2012
I like soaking them skinless with yogurt and a either a homemade curry powder or "Paltak's" Tandori paste. The paltak is a nice product with very good spices and a good short cut when you don't feel like grinding spices. Give at least an hour in the yogurt/spice soak.

Then 20-25 mins in a 500degree oven.
 
SKK April 24, 2012
This is a wonderful dish and you get to set it on fire! Very easy to make.
http://food52.com/recipes/10695_flambeed_chicken_with_tomatoes_and_garlic
 
inpatskitchen April 24, 2012
Tom Hirschfeld has one for Asian chicken that sounds amazing and that I'm going to make very soon. Find it here:
http://www.food52.com/recipes/14480_asian_fried_chicken_with_honey_ginger_sauce
 
HalfPint April 24, 2012
I grilled skinless bone-in chicken thighs last night for dinner. I marinated them in a mixture of 1/4 cup minced lemongrass, 1Tb brown sugar, 2 Tb fish sauce, 2Tb rice vinegar, 1Tb ground coriander, 2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes. Marinate at least 2 hours, overnight is even better.
 
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