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Old 12-19-2005, 07:08 AM   #11
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This is so utterly simple, but DH loves it to bits...We do this with both chicken legs (drumsticks) and thighs sometimes. Simply sprinkle them with some seasoning salt (I use the MSG-free kind), lemon pepper and dried (or fresh) basil (I like it with tarragon too) and bake at about 220 degrees. It works really well if you are pinched for time, or if you don't want a sauce covered chicken dish
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Old 12-19-2005, 07:19 AM   #12
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sizz, my favorite way of making chicken thighs, besides a cacciatore as constance suggested, is simply to skin and grill them, then serve it with mae ploy sweet chilli sauce and fresh cilantro. sweet chilli sauce is like a duck or apricot sauce that has been infused with hot pepper flakes.
since it is currently winter here, i would think baking them after basting with the chilli sauce would work without having to deal with the weather. serve with extra sauce, and the cilantro.
this also works well with fresh squid.
another way is to skin and bone them, then quickly pan fry the meat with diced onions, peppers, and tomatoes, then serve them wrapped in a pita with tsatsiki sauce (yogurt/cucumber), like a chicken gyro.
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Old 12-19-2005, 10:59 AM   #13
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Thanks to everyone who took the time to share their ideas/recipes......they sound delicious!
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Old 12-19-2005, 12:58 PM   #14
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just mix some salt,black pepper,red pepper,corriander powder,cumin powder,paprika,someplain yogurt,some veg oil and white vinegar,make a paste,marinate the thighs in it for at least half an hour,bake in a 375 degrees preheated oven for half an hour! u will have some delicious tandoori thighs!!!
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