Chicken thigh recipes oven


Hi it's Heather here at Lake Geneva country meats and today I'm going to show you a chicken thigh recipes and what I'm going to make is a baked chicken teriyaki so what I have over here is our chicken thighs on a sheet pan with a little bit of cooking spray just so that they don't stick and then I have our sauce that's going to go on top of it and I just have it boiling you're going to put it in a saucepan but what I have is cornstarch some cold water mixed together and then I put a half a cup of white sugar a half a cup of soy sauce a quarter cup of cider vinegar minced garlic ginger flat and black pepper.

 So I'm just bringing this to a boil like I have here once you've brought it to a boil we're just going to take it off the heat set our spoon off to the side and we are going to just brush this on top of your chicken thighs it'll be nice and thick when you brush it on you're only going to want to brush the one side because we're going to let this bake for 20 minutes and then we're going to flip it over to the other side and we're going to coat the other side and let that bake for 20 minutes.

 So once you have it brushed on nice and thick then we are going to just take our pan and place this in the oven its preheated at 425 degrees we're just going to let that go for 20 minutes and then we'll come back and check on it all right so we've had our big teriyaki chicken in the oven for 20 minutes now we're just going to take it out of the oven and we're going to coat the other side they smell so good and we're just gonna flip them over and we're just going to put our coating.

 On the other side so you're just going to pour it on top and then we're going to take him we're gonna place this in the oven and we're going to cook it for another 20 minutes all right so I've taken our teriyaki chicken out of the oven and I just placed it on a plate and I was starting to make like the appetizers and so what I did was.

 I just cut it away from the bone it can be a little bit hard but you're just going to carve away from the bone and you're going to take pieces off of it and then just kind of put them on a toothpick the skin might pull away but that's because it's just falling off the bone you're just going to place that with it put a toothpick through it and then you can serve them for appetizers or you can serve it as a main course for your dinner so stop on in at Lake Geneva country meats and pick up these items and enjoy this chicken thigh recipes at home.

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