Thursday, March 2, 2017

Dubliner Cheese and Tomato Roasted Chicken Thighs (GF)

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This post is sponsored by Kerrygold – the makers of my favourite butter and, now, my favored cheese. All opinions and lusty feelings are my very own.

I’m in  love. Knock down, weak in the knees, heart fluttery adore.

With chicken thighs. Yes, chicken thighs.

I know chicken thighs aren’t super attractive – they’re no creamy truffle pasta. They’re not even all that cute like a fluffy small pancake. Nope, they’re just regular, practical fare. They’re the boy subsequent door who always remembers to fill his vehicle up with gas – unlike the older man who rides in on a Vespa… Certain, he may possibly be exciting for a although, but you know it will finish in heart break, tears and a pint of ice cream.

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Chicken thighs by no means let you down like Vespa man. They’re dependable, straightforward to cook and ridiculously versatile. Pan-fried chicken? I use chicken thighs. Slow cooker chicken? It shreds so very good. Roasted chicken? Who demands the rest of the bird when you can just roast the dark and juicy thighs? OKAYYYYYYY, maybe they are sort of a Baldwin (title that movie!)….

Especially when you slide a slice of Dubliner cheese beneath the skin so that it oozes above the sides of the chicken right after roasting. OMG that cheese is divine. I had no concept. When generating the recipe, I was all, one particular piece for the chicken, 1 piece for Michelle, one piece for the chicken, one particular piece for Michelle. And speaking of chicken, don’t neglect to brush that skin with olive oil so it gets all golden and crispy. Yep. Crispy chicken skin = weak. in. the. knees.

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I’ve been obtaining a small lust affair with my crock pot lately simply because my eight-month-previous only enables me sufficient time to throw all the substances in the crock and flip it on ahead of he tends to make a break for the cat bowls, decides he desires a cuddle or starts playing in the bathroom trash (normally all three arise inside of about 30 seconds).

But, as considerably as I really like me some shredded meat, I’m over it. Now, I’m having a minute with roasted chicken thighs.  Dubliner cheese and roasted tomato chicken thighs, to be precise. Cheesy, juicy, and ridiculously easy to throw collectively. My variety of lover.

Served more than my spaghetti squash puttanesca, it’s the best low-carb weeknight meal, in my not-so-humble opinion. It feels a little decadent simply because, you know, melty cheese and crispy chicken skin, but it’s actually straightforward, whole foods elements. Like, 4 substances. Who can say no to a 4-ingredient dinner that tastes like a million bucks?

And chicken thighs can be reheated all week prolonged with out drying out like chicken breasts which tends to make them a go-to when you are hunting for meals that multi-task. How practical. *Sigh* *Heart flutter*

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Chicken thighs for the win.

five. from 1 testimonials
Dubliner Cheese and Tomato Roasted Chicken Thighs
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This gluten-free of charge recipe is barely adapted from Kerrygold's Dubliner and Tomato Chicken recipe.
Serves: eight
  • eight chicken thighs (bone-in), about four lbs
  • 7 ounces Dubliner Cheese , reduce lengthwise in 16 thin slices
  • 1-2 plum tomatoes, lower lengthwise into eight thin slices
  • eight parsley leaves
  • Coarse salt and freshly-ground black pepper, to taste
  • Additional virgin olive oil, for drizzling
  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Coat a shallow baking sheet pan with cooking spray.
  2. Working with one particular chicken thigh at a time, pull the skin back but not fully off. Place two pieces of the cheese lengthwise on the meat and underneath the skin. Top the cheese with a slice of tomato and spot a parsley leaf flat on the center of the tomato. Pull the skin back to cover the thigh, fold the excess skin underneath the chicken and area on the baking sheet pan. Repeat with the remaining components.
  3. Season to taste with salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil.
  4. Roast 15 minutes. Baste with the skin with further olive oil and roast one more 10-15 minutes, right up until an instant go through thermometer registers 170-175 degrees F.
  5. Note: Chicken thighs differ significantly in dimension, which will affect cooking times.
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