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Curried Chicken Thighs with Buttery Croutons

September/October 2010

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These saucy curried chicken thighs makes a great dish for a big easy family supper. There’s plenty of curry sauce, so serve with brown rice or whole-wheat egg noodles. We call for boneless, skinless chicken thighs here, but we’ve also tried it with bone-in thighs and it worked wonderfully.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Reads really good, however, I am on a sodium restricted diet, so no go for me. I will make it for guests, tho, and my grandchildren will love it. "
Curried Chicken Thighs with Buttery Croutons Recipe

14 Reviews for Curried Chicken Thighs with Buttery Croutons

12/19/2010
Made it Vegan - Delicious!

I used seitan instead of chicken and made the gravy vegan. It was quick, easy, and delicious - my kids loved it. Check my blog (thevfk.com) if interested in a vegan/vegetarian version, here is a link to my recipe:
http://thevfk.com/?p=343

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12/05/2010
Anonymous

Reads really good, however, I am on a sodium restricted diet, so no go for me. I will make it for guests, tho, and my grandchildren will love it.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 26 weeks ago

Have you considered using a

Have you considered using a product such as Bragg's seasoning or one of the Mrs. Dash's variety of seasonings instead of salt for yourself? They are NO Sodium products that add alot of wonderful flavor to the dishes we make! Hopefully, you can enjoy them this way...bet your family will too!

11/28/2010
Anonymous

This was awesome.... very good and easy to make.

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10/16/2010

This was yummy! Perfect for a cool fall evening. I used the bone in thighs, would definately use boneless next time. The croutons were well worth the few extra minutes. I used a boule and cut thick slices and then cubed them, I left the crust on so they were nice and crunchy!

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10/16/2010

I have not made this recipe.....this is not "eating well" in my book. 6 grams of saturated fat? A heart attack on a plate. What were you thinking?

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