Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs

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pamelakrest
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Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 5:11 AM
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IMHO...I found out several months ago these rock on the grill & being fried.I used to be primarly a wing woman. Meijer's here had a sale on the frozen boneless/skinless thighs..buy one/get one...so I thought I would try...OMG..they were awesome.I didn't used to like thigh meat because it was dark(cooked blood?) at the bone and it was stong tasting. I even have my son (Jerad) a breast man eating the thighs lol. Meijer's had another BOGO sale last week and now have 8 bags in the freezer....YUM
Pam

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 7:43 AM
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I agree, to me they are the best part of the chicken.

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 9:02 AM
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I love them too.

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 9:06 AM
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I have always been a thigh man (seriously)

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 9:53 AM
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That is a great deal. I also love boneless skinless thighs. When they are on sale I stock up & freeze in portions in the food saver bags. Thighs are great any way you cook them. We like to grill then after marinating them in fruit juices. We pan fry them, cut up in stir fry’s, chicken adobo, chicken mole, chicken soup.

Use to be a breast person but thighs are much more economical.

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 1:00 PM
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I have always liked the dark meat better, and I buy boneless thighs all the time. They cook up great in the crock pot, or can be breaded and baked. Easy and yummy!

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 1:12 PM
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We always swear by the thighs, boneless or not, skinless or not. The skin on the thighs does make the best crispy part, however.

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Wed, 02/28/07 2:23 PM
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Some of the aforementioned b/s chicken thighs and a bottle of your favorite bbq saue in the crockpot on low in the am makes some gooood chicken sandwiches that evening!

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Fri, 03/2/07 10:42 AM
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I've used thigh meat almost exclusively for stir fries for years, and lately Cooks Illustrated has been encouraging it. Thighs don't dry out as white meat does.

Our typical mid-week baked chicken parts (just spiced, bbq sauce, orange marmalade, etc.) is skin-on thighs unless something else is on sale. They're easy to cook, tasty, and easy to cut up for sandwiches or to pack whole with some rice for lunch.

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RE: Boneless/Skinless Chix Thighs - Sat, 03/3/07 9:30 AM
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These were smoked then chunked, three types of BBQ sauces on the table.