watch nurtitional data I have made this a number of times for our family. Good flavor tender nice crispness under broiler. I also notice the pinkness with trepidation so we double check cooking temperature with a digital thermometer. If you are really watching your calories I would re-check this nutritional data with your own reference. Supposedly there are 4 servings of 2 thighs per serving for only 138 calories. Other resources attribute 150-225 calories per thigh so the real calorie count might be 300-450 calories per serving. Pros: Tasty tender Cons: fishy data
recheck nutritional nfo This is a go-to dish for us but if you are serious about tracking calories you might re-check this recipe against your favorite reference site. I think there is an error in the nutritional data. This recipe calls for 2 chicken thighs per serving which should be roughly 300-400 calories just for the2 thighs not the 138 calories listed. Pros: tasty Cons: nutritional data not accurate
I tried this recipe today and it was absolutely amazing. I didn't have any thighs when i began preparing the marinade yesterday so I used whole wings instead. I also didn't have any hot paprika so I used regular paprika and added a little chili powder. I love that the marinade gave it somewhat of a tangy flavor. The heavenly aroma coming from my kitchen was an added bonus. I will definitely be making this recipe again!
Excellent This was very tasty and very easy. I marinaded it all day in a ziplock bag and cooked in my cast iron pan for about 35 min on med. Came out very tender. Had it with a homemade veggie couscous and a slice of avocado....yummy Pros: Easy Cons: None
tender and delicious I'm sorry that this dish didn't turn out for you Deanna. We love this dish because it is flavorful and tender and easy to make. I always try to marinate overnight for best results and I have used fresh mint and parsley instead of dried mint. I just bake the thighs at 400 25 to 30 minutes because that is easier and works fine.
Not for me I was really excited to make this for my husband and I. We prepared it the night before so it could marinate for the almost whole 24 hours it was allowed. The next day I popped it into the broiler and my house was filled with the delicious scent of this entree cooking. When we sat down to eat it and cut into it the meat was really reddish near the bone. The recipe does state that the meat will be that color but the appearance was too much for us. We both did try some of the meat that looked less pink on the outer-most part of the piece and we were both disappointed that the flavor was not consistent with the delicious smell while it was cooking. My dad and brother enjoyed their pieces and were not bothered by the color but they did mention this wasn't their favorite recipe I had made either. Pros: smelled delicious while cooking Cons: meat looks gross
I made this recipe last week--and I don't have enough words to say just how delightful this recipe is. I didn't have the substitution so I worked with the cayenne and it makes the flavor... It was really fantastic and this will be on my regular menu. It's a great recipe. I will see if it holds up as well with boneless chicken thighs as my husband didn't care for the bones.
I made this recipe with both bone-in and boneless chicken thighs. My husband prefers the boneless/skinless but I prefer the bone-in. Both versions come out with very tender flavorful chicken. The one thing I've noticed is that there is a ton of liquid after cooking--so I tend to put them under the broiler for five minutes immediately after taking them out of all the liquid--that restores the beautiful look of this dish. Serve with potatoes sweet potatoes mixed vegetables or a tossed salad. Any of those make a great pairing with this dish.
These are tasty - a cultural riff on Tandoori chicken. If you use the broiler pan all that liquid will drain off as the chicken cooks. Keeps it nice & dry (though the meat is juicy). Line the pan underneath and cleanup is a snap!
It was amazing! I've made this twice; I put everything into a large zip top back squish it around and add the chicken seal and let marinate. I let it marinate 2 days and it turned out as good as it did last time when it only marinated for 5 hours. I love the large marinating range! I used regular paprika and no cayenne since my family's not big on spicy. I also made it without lemon the second time and it came out great only slightly less lemony. The yogurt gives it plenty of tartness. I served it last time with couscous and this time with brown rice.
I had to substitute some ingredients but this still turned out great. I used boneless skinless breasts which I thought would be dry and they were fine. I baked them in a cast-iron pan and found that the yogurt made a kind of coating which kept the chicken very moist. I left a LOT of the yogurt on while I baked them. I used cayenne powdered ginger and parsley flakes as well as black pepper. Yummy with steamed broccoli and brown rice!
This One's a Keeper Like other reviewers here I also left the marinade on during cooking. It smelled amazing in the oven. I also didn't have hot paprika on hand so I substituted sweet paprika which tasted very good. I found that 15 minutes under the broiler browned the meat beautifully but 15 minutes at 400 degrees was not quite long enough to cook the thighs to a temperature I felt comfortable serving. 15 minutes to broil followed by 30 minutes at 400 worked for me YMMV. I served this with taboule and steamed green beans. It was delicious. Pros: Delicious way to use up the last of the Greek Yogurt. Cons: Cooking time didn't quite work for me.
Phenomenal I don't EVER write reviews on food but this was ridiculously delicious. It's very easy to prepare clean up wasn't bad and the taste were flavors I've never experienced before (and that's a good thing!). The chicken came out with some crispy spots (which I like) and on the inside so tender and juicy. I only had time to marinade it for an hour. I could only imagine how great it would be if I did it longer! I paired this dish with a Basmati Sun-Dried Tomato Rice Pilaf and it totally complimented each other. Will definitely make this a family staple. (Link to rice: http://www.food.com/recipe/basmati-sun-dried-tomato-rice-pilaf-25276) Pros: Very easy to make juicy and a tad crispy Cons: None