Choosing cheaper cuts of meat is one of the most basic ways to save money on groceries. A long time ago I began to buy boneless, skinless chicken thighs more than chicken breasts, mostly because the flavor is better, but thighs are also cheaper than breasts! If you buy chicken thighs that are bone-in and skin-on, though, you'll save even more money. I recently saw bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs for $0.69 per lb! Even better, this recipe for crispy roasted chicken thighs is a family favorite! One of my favorite bloggers/podcasters to follow is the Lazy Genius, who has a
Everyone raves about how sweet the sauce is for these slow-cooked chicken thighs. They’re such a breeze because they simmer away while you do other things. They’re ideal appetizers, but you can also add your favorite side for a nice meal. —Kim Puckett, Reagan, Tennessee Skip links
Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs and Potatoes are extra easy and take just 35 minutes from start to finish. This meal has minimal prep, mess, and clean-up, but big flavor. This post is sponsored by Dorot Gardens and as always, all opinions are my own. I just recently got really into making 'Sheet Pan Dinners.' It's all I ever see on Pinterest lately, and let me tell you: there's good reason for the hype. Life is busy, chaotic, and sometimes just plain crazy. There's always room to make things a little bit easier. When it's a weeknight or when life is
When Mom makes chicken, this is the way we like it prepared. It's juicy, has great barbecue flavor and makes a big batch, so it's perfect for a summer picnic and family reunions. -Brenda Beachy Belvidere, Tennessee Skip links
My family loves this dish! It looks and tastes like you fussed, but it is really simple to make. It uses healthy olive oil and fresh herbs from my garden. —Pattie Prescott, Manchester, New Hampshire Skip links
These extra crispy jalapeño lime chicken strips recipe are super crunchy and incredibly delicious. Each juicy chicken strip is coated in flour, dipped into a buttermilk and egg mixture then coated with delicious tasting, coarsely crushed jalapeño lime chips and then lastly, fried to perfection.
I'm allergic to store-bought barbecue sauces, so when I found a marinade recipe I could use, I tweaked it a little and began using it with chicken thighs. My fiance loves this over Parmesan couscous.—Erin Rockwell, Lowell, Massachusetts Skip links