My husband and I found a huge package of chicken thighs on sale at Cub. Like 9-10 thighs huge. Yes, they are conventional and far from ideal from food quality, but they were a great option for our budget. So we bought it. Because affordable meat!
No matter what your rules are for food sourcing, chicken thighs are a great budget-friendly options. When you purchase bone-in, skin-on, thighs are much cheaper than the coveted boneless, skinless breasts. However, I found it really hard to find a recipe to cook them!
Me wading through the internet: Nightshades, gluten, eggs, boneless chicken thighs? WTF? That’s too much work. Wow that looks awesome, but we don’t have any of those ingredients. It definitely took longer than that last time. My goodness, I just want easy AIP chicken thighs! I just need to be able to cook them!
We had already had an uncooked chicken disaster when we tried to use whole thighs in a soup recipe that called for cut up chunks of chicken. I’m not doing that again.
*sigh* Fine. I’ll figure it out on my own. And thus an easy, AIP chicken thighs recipe is born! No muss, no fuss, just fully-cooked chicken goodness.
Easy AIP Chicken Thighs
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