Skinless, boneless chicken thighs are meatier, quicker to cook, and leaner than you might think. They're also budget friendly for cooks with an eye on their wallet. If you're bored of plain boneless, skinless, chicken breasts, chicken thighs provide a delicious alternative. Marinate them so they can soak up flavor, grill for a smoky crispness, or coat in crumbs and pan fry for a lighter "fried" chicken. Find a variety of recipes that bring new flavor to classic chicken thighs.
Asian-Glazed Chicken Thighs
Chicken is a versatile and go-to meal option for many chefs, whether it be a weeknight meal, entertaining, or grilling in the summer. And chicken thighs are tender and juicy. Simple to prepare, these recipes show how to bring new life and flavor to your table with chicken that everyone will love.
First up, the Asian-inspired tasty glaze gives these chicken thighs a mahogany sheen. Rich thigh meat is higher in fat than lean white meat, so the thighs stay moist even when they're roasted without skin. Garnish with fresh cilantro and sliced green onions, if desired.