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    Default Boneless, skinless, cfhicken thigh fillets??

    I never really cook with these...like...ever! So what's your best recipe? cheers ladies!

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    I usually make curries, or like a chicken carbonara with bacon an mushrooms, or even a creamy chicken mushroom pasta type dish.

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    You never use thigh??? You've been missing out! :-)
    Thigh is THE best part for curries, slow cookers.. I rarely use breast except for schnitzel or something like that.

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    I don't eat curries Haha, love creamy cabonara!! Yummo!! Normally I do like a tomato based something with my chicken breast, might do a carbonara from scratch tonight thanks!

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    I open them up and stuff them with anything I can find... Sundried tomatoes, bacon/ham, cheese, pesto... Then roll them up. Sprinkle with pepper/salt, sometimes spread pesto over the top and drop some cherry tomatoes around and bake for 30 minutes ish. Fast, quick, easy!!!

    I also use in curries.

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    I use them in everything you would use breast fillet. I never buy breast fillet because it is less moist and has less flavour. The only thing I would possibly buy breast for is if I wanted to make chicken Kiev.

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    Roast them with tomatoes and lemon and potatoes.

    Herbs too, obviously. Even just a bit of garlic and salt and pepper.

    Stuff then with some cheese - anything from mozzarella to blue cheese - and wrap in prosciutto or bacon.

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    Really nice as tandoori chicken on the BBQ, green or red curry, satay skewers, just marinated and bbqed.

    I don't like them as much as breast for stir fries or schnitzels but they're great with saucy meals or thing that have a lot of flavour.

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    Well I ended up doing chicken parma which I normally do with breast and it was yummo! Xxx

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