Juicy Asian Steamed Chicken Thighs Recipe
Simmer these juicy chicken thighs in coconut juice, then drizzle them with a tangy sauce of Thai chilies, fish sauce, cilantro, and ginger.
I made this for our Allrecipes Allstars Canada challenge for Lunar New Year. I did make some changes, just because I have a new Instant Pot®, so I added the chicken, the 1/4 cup water and the coconut juice directly to the pot and pressure cooked for 11 minutes. I followed the recipe for everything else. It was good, very moist, maybe needed a little something but I don't know what. PS - the ingredient list calls for green onions "with white and green parts separated", Step 1 says to "spread ginger slices and green parts of the green onion on top", then Step 3 says "add green parts of the green onion" to the sauce. Should Step 1 call for the white part of the onion instead of the green part? Otherwise I don't know where the white part would come into play. That's what I did.
This steamed chicken is very delicious, and is popular in Southeast Asian countries... normally served with chicken rice. We love it so much. It is very easy to make.
Chicken thighs are baked in a ginger-flavored maple sauce in this easy recipe with just a few bold ingredients.
Chef John's Peanut Curry Chicken draws from many recipes--it's a winning combination of flavors, spices, textures, and colors for a easy and delicious dinner.
Don't be turned off by the idea of 'just' salt and pepper. The marinade is intense with flavor, but it's the final seasoning of simple salt and pepper that really makes it delicious. Gotta use Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper here, please don't bother with the regular stuff. Such a difference.
Chicken thighs marinate for an hour in an easy Asian-inspired sauce mix, then are baked and served with more sauce. There's honey for sweet, soy for salty, and chili sauce for hot, plus plenty of garlic. Marinate ahead of time to make dinner extra fast.
This pressure-cooked chicken curry is easy to prepare in your Instant Pot®. Mild yellow curry powder adds flavor without too much spice. Serve over basmati rice.
This one-skillet chicken thigh dish is full of fragrant Moroccan spices like cinnamon, cumin, and paprika.