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How do I cook chicken thighs on the stove?

They are boneless and skinless. Do I need to trim fat off or wash it? Im thinking of cutting it up into small pieces. How much heat do I need and how much time does it need to cook? When do I add onions and bellpeppers when cooking? Thanks!

asked by John almost 2 years ago

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Lindsay-Jean Hard
Lindsay-Jean Hard

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added almost 2 years ago

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ChefJune
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added almost 2 years ago

Once the skin and bones are off the chicken, there is very little fat left. I would not remove it. Most chicken has very little flavor, and the fat helps with that problem. Vegetables are usually added to the pan after the meat has been browned. I usually remove the meat, brown the vegetables, then add the meat back to the pan before adding whatever liquid you are using in the dish.
What are you making that you want to cut them into small pieces? Or are you just interested in cooking it as rapidly as possible?

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MMH
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added almost 2 years ago

Sometimes I grill them on a grill pan with an olive oil marinade. Then we use them for a variety of dishes.

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Bevi
added almost 2 years ago

This way: http://cooking.nytimes...

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