Lemon Ginger Chicken Thighs
- Finely shred peel from lemon and juice lemon. In bowl combine the lemon peel, ginger and salt. In another bowl combine lemon juice, honey, soy sauce and 2 Tbsp. water.
- Rub lemon peel mixture under the skin of the chicken thighs. In 12-inch skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Place chicken, skin side down, in the hot oil. Cook 7 minutes or until well-browned; turn chicken and add lemon juice mixture. Reduce heat; cover and cook 14 to 18 minutes longer or until done (180 degrees F.).
- Transfer chicken to plates. Skim fat from pan juices, if desired. Drizzle chicken with some of the pan juices. Top with green onion and serve with lemon wedges.
Nutrition Facts (Lemon Ginger Chicken Thighs)
- Per serving:
- 459 kcal cal.,
- 31 g fat
- (8 g sat. fat,
- 7 g polyunsaturated fat,
- 14 g monounsatured fat),
- 158 mg chol.,
- 567 mg sodium,
- 12 g carb.,
- 1 g fiber,
- 10 g sugar,
- 33 g pro.
- Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Kerry Day 367 Days Ago
Made this s second time, it is pretty good. Have to be VERY careful releasing it from the pan when skin down so it does not tear. I wish i had a better lid for my skillet as a lot of the juice evaporated and it start to scorch at the end of cooking. Nice flavour though! Thanks!
Mary Stanton 459 Days Ago
Made with boneless, skinless chicken tenders instead of thighs and it was delish. Rubbed ginger/lemon zest mix on one side and let rest for about 20 minutes, then cooked with that side up, turned and finished per directions. Served with a salad tossed with a citrus ginger dressing that I had previously made.
Helena Trnková 798 Days Ago
Next question. :-) But I don't know if you answer, when I have a look at the comment above without any answer. :-( Well, next attempt: :-) What is the green ?salad? on the plate with the chicken? - or what contains? Thanks in advance for your answer.
Lavoun Mcgahey 1230 Days Ago
What do you do, if you use skinless chicken breasts instead of thighs? Would you just rub the ginger and lemon zest on the chicken?