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    Default 1 kgs chicken thighs. need ideas.

    I have 1 kilo of chicken thighs and 2 and 1/2 hours. I Am feeling sleepy and not wanted to cook or even think about cooking. Being the mum is so freaking energy zapping so days.

    So hit me with your easy I really couldn't be bother chicken thigh ideas.

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    Creamy chicken and bacon pasta (onion, garlic, bacon, chicken sauteed - add cream and cooked pasta)

    Or instead of bacon, add chilli, salami and a tin of crushed tomatoes (with a dash of cream) - then pasta.

    Or chicken thigh pie (chicken thigh, onion, flour, stock, creamed corn in rammekins with a pastry lid)

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    My fallback is chicken and vegetable casserole. Brown chicken thighs in frypan. Pop the chicken thighs, potato, carrot, onion, (any other vegetables you have) in a casserole dish with white wine, chicken stock and tinned tomatoes. Liquid should cover the chicken and veg. Put in oven at 180 for about 45 minutes or until chicken is cooked and potatoes soft. If you have any thyme that's quite nice in it too.

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    Dice the chicken into chunks. Marinate in Dijon Mustard, Garlic & Corriander. Crush 2 cups of cornflakes with 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese to a crumb and coat chicken nuggets. Bake in an oven on a wire rack until cooked through. Serve with a garden salad and a lemony mayonaise! YUM!

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    Honey soy chicken. Honey, soy, lemon, sesame seeds. Garlic too but I don't like it so leave it out. Also I like it best with drumsticks or wings but thigh might work. Just leave it all to marinade and sprinkle sesame seeds on top at the end, or toast them.

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    I cooked this the other night and it was tasty. Had to make a few alterations as I didn't have any white wine so just added more stock and I only had dried thyme so just used that. You'd need to double it for 1kg of thighs though.

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    Sour cream baked chicken

    Brown thighs and place in baking dish

    sauté pieces of bacon with garlic

    Place in with chicken

    In a bowl/ jug place tin of cream chicken soup , a tub of sour cream and 1 tablespoon of cornflour. Mix together .

    Spoon mix over chicken and bacon , coating it in mix

    Bake in over on 180 for 35 mins or until chicken is cooked .

    Serve with rice or mashed potato and whatever veggies you like

    A quick and yummy dinner

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    Honey soy chicken.
    Leave the thighs whole of cut them in half. Put them to marinade in a mix of soy sauce, garlic and honey for a few hours then oven bake or BBQ and serve with rice and veggies or in wraps.

    Chicken and veggie pie.
    Dice chicken, coat in seasoned flour and brown in a pan in a combo of olive oil and butter. Set aside.
    In the same pan, brown off an onion and whatever veggies you like - carrot, celery, mushrooms, leeks, corn, broccoli etc.. (bit of bacon is nice too). When the veggies have softened, add the chicken back along with about a couple of cups of chicken stock (depending on how much chicken and veg mix. You don't want to drown it in liquid, you're just making the sauce) and stir until it's thickened. Leave mixture to cool and them place in a pie dish and top with mashed potato or puff pastry.

    Spanish chicken and rice.
    I use this recipe as a base but I leave out the peas and add chorizo and olives - anything is yummy though. Oh and normal rice works if you don't have arborio.
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1695...o+chicken+rice


 

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