Pretty cool to see your project on the shelf at Costco. If you are needing something to grill this Memorial Day weekend pick some chicken thighs up. You can find it in the refrigerated section. #chickenthighs#costco
MR. CACCIATORE’S CHICKEN SKILLET! Grilled and baked boneless and skinless chicken thighs #cacciatore-style with tomato, provolone cheese, and fresh basil. Served with jasmine rice. Available in NOVA, MD, NC and WV. #chicken#chickenthighs#yum
Food prep day!!! Thieves Fruit and Veggie Soak is an excellent tool we use to clean our produce of anything it may have come in contact with before we brought it to our home! Getting these meals ready definitely makes our weekly schedule flow better 👍🙌🥒🥗🥓
Chicken dish without the apples (cause they are made with butter) from BAITA.
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Homemade Chicken Shawarma⠀⠀
8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs⠀⠀
3 large red onions, halved⠀⠀
1 cup Greek yogurt⠀⠀
2 medium lemons, juiced⠀⠀
1 tablespoon cumin⠀⠀
1 tablespoon za’atar⠀⠀
1 teaspoon smoked paprika⠀⠀
1 teaspoon turmeric⠀⠀
1 teaspoon garlic powder⠀⠀
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper⠀⠀
Salt and pepper, to taste⠀⠀
Make the marinade - In a large bowl, combine all marinade ingredients and stir to combine. Add chicken thighs and mix to coat. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.⠀⠀
Prepare the skewer - Preheat oven to 400 degrees.⠀⠀
Cut a large red onion in half horizontally. Remove the skin and place face down on a baking sheet. Place the thick skewer into onion half. Layer each chicken thigh on the skewer until they are all stacked on top of each other. Place another onion half on top of the skewer. Spread remaining onions around baking sheet. Bake for 1 hour. Use a sharp knife to cut chicken off skewer. Serve with pita and other sides. Enjoy!⠀⠀
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bowls like this are an absolute power move for lunch. this one is filled with so many goods that keep me full and satisfied for the afternoon. threw together this perfect combo and it was 💯. have the best friday 🤗 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
spring mix + cucumber + campari tomato + greek chicken thigh + potato wedges
Crispy skin chicken thighs in a cast iron is the closest to heaven I’ll ever get
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Chicken Breasts vs Chicken Thighs. Both are great options for you to choose for your meals. They each have benefits and advantages over the other. Let’s talk about some of the differences. .
First off, I want to explain what makes the two cuts different. So I’m sure you may know, the breast and the wing are considered white meat while the leg and thigh are considered dark meat. The darkness in the meat comes from the myoglobin content in the muscle. Myoglobin is the primary oxygen carrier in muscles. There are three types of muscle fibers, Type I, Type II and Type IIx. Type I fibers are highly oxidative, slow twitch fibers and are used for long endurance. Type II are highly glycolytic, fast twitch and used for quick movements. Type I fibers utilize fat as their primary fuel source and to burn fat we need oxygen, hence the myoglobin in these muscles. Type II fibers use mainly carbs as their fuel source which don’t need oxygen, leading to less myoglobin and a lighter color. .
If you think about how a chicken lives you can make sense of why the dark meat is where it is. A chicken spends most of its day walking around pecking for food. It doesn’t need to move fast so the muscles used for locomotion (legs and thighs) are mainly Type I. This means they have more myoglobin and fat which is why they are darker and taste better. When a chicken needs to fly it has to create power quickly to lift themselves off the ground. The wings and breasts are mainly Type II fibers because they need to be fast twitch. This leads to a lower fat content and not as flavorful meat. .
The caloric load of each of them are pretty similar on a per gram basis, the breast just has more protein. For dieting this is beneficial because you can get more food for less calories. Where the thighs are better is in flavor and price. They tend to rehear better in the microwave because their fat content keeps them from drying out. .
Sheet Pan Olive Bar & Fingerling Potato Chicken. So easy, so delicious and quite photogenic too. It all goes like this: fingerlings are cut in half and roasted for 15min, out comes the pan on onto it all the rest of the ingredients are added: a sliced onion, chicken, all the olive bar goodness your heart ever desires, lemon slices are placed on top of that, into the oven it all goes and viola...half an hour later out comes dinner! I then added some chopped parsley on top though it’s wholly unnecessary.
I’m a huge fan of demystifying cooking and showing folks just how easy it can be. No fancy techniques or tools or tons of time must be required. This dish here requires two hands, a cutting board, a knife, a cookie sheet, an oven, about 10-20min max of active time and 45min of passive time while the oven does its thang. Even absolute kitchen rookies can handle this onethinks me. Thank ya @modernmacrame for enlightening me with this epic recipe!!!
And on another note...I’d you’ve never eaten your olives warm I *highly* suggest ya do so!
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