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Unread 04-16-2013, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs?

Ok, so my wife is 8 1/2 months pregnant and not exactly clicking on all cylinders (you didn't hear that from me, and if I never come back here, you can assume that she does know about this place, and i'm in a shallow grave).

Well, I asked her to get some chicken thighs at the store, and she brought home boneless skinless. I've never used these before, and am looking for suggestions. Right now, I'm leaning towards a curry or maybe chicken salad, but would like to do something on the grill or smoker. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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We use that a lot with skewers , bit of Tandoori dust with a light coat of oil , cooked hot and direct
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We marinate & grill all the time. Probably not a great idea with your wife ready to pop, but wrapped in bacon, a light dust with your favorite rub and indirect heat ain't all that bad either.
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Wrap them in a bacon weaver and cook them on indirect heat around 250-275 til IT 170* and serve with Macaroni and cheese with broccoli bits in it! " Porked Chicken Mac"
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We marinate & grill all the time. Probably not a great idea with your wife ready to pop, but wrapped in bacon, a light dust with your favorite rub and indirect heat ain't all that bad either.
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stuff with cream cheese, chopped spinach and scallions . coat with your favorite rub and smoke :)

mmmmm mmmm good
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Most any Asian marinade, and grilled over hot coals. I do them all the time.
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Yep, my wife likes the boneless skinless stuff cause it's supposed to be more healthy. The bacon wrap makes it more-more healthy in my mind!

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Cooking them indirect with a couple chunks of smoke wood makes a GREAT chicken salad.
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Boneless/skinless thighs seasoned with any type of seasoning and grilled so they get a little char is probably my favorite way to eat chicken.
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First stuff them with pickles then smoke 'em over some cherry and serve with a side of ice cream.

Kidding of course, unless she really is into pickles and ice cream right now.

If I was feeling lazy I'd sprinkle on some rub and grill them on the gasser. If not I'd cook them indirect with some smoke on the kettle.

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Just fixed up some chicken and habanero jack quesadillas using skinless, boneless chicken.
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You can do just about anything with them. I love them. You can grill them fairly hot (make sure they're cooked) with just basic spices, or you can slather them in sauce, or you can marinate them or you can curry them. Boneless, skinless thighs are my favorite parts of the chicken. I think your wife is clicking on all 8 cylinders.
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Most any Asian marinade, and grilled over hot coals. I do them all the time.
I'm with you. Some soy, garlic, ginger, scallion, hoisin and srirachi. Marinate overnight and then onto a screaming hot grill. I like to serve this atop a cold glass noddle salad kind of a vietnamese noodle bowl style.
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A little season all and lemon pepper, grill them quick then warm up some tortillas on the grill and make some delish tacos just add fresh pico de gallo or your favorite salsa. Thats some good eating
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