Bone-In Chicken Thigh
Kids can’t skip chicken; fast foods rely heavily on it and use it in the advertisement as a tool to lure in hungry people.
Americans love chicken due to versatile cooking ways it can be prepared. You can broil, bake, fry, deep fry, pressure cook, boil, grill, stir fry, and put it in the crockpot.
Chicken is more consumed widely than any other meat; it goes well with a variety of flavors, cooking methods, and recipes, which is an affordable protein
Chicken Thigh kabob benefits
For health-conscious ones, chicken is low in calories, high in protein, rich in essential vitamins like iron, zinc, and vitamin B, and low in fat and cholesterol.
Of all the tasty parts of a chicken, many prefer thigh. The thigh can provide good fat. It has crispy and juicy skin that makes it more delicious in the mouth.
Two medium chicken thighs provide %38 of your RDA for vitamin B12, which is required by every cell in your body to work normally in creating energy and maintaining the chemical balance of your body.
Grilling thigh is easy for those who are not good at cooking. The thigh is economical compared to lamb.
Persians adore chicken kabob; it has become a ritual to grill chicken in outdoor gatherings. The secret to Iranian grilled chicken thigh is its overnight marinate in yogurt-lemon juice, saffron, and onion.
Chicken Thigh kabob ingredients
- Chicken thigh
- Lemon juice
- Ground saffron powder
- Ground black pepper
- Olive oil
Chicken thigh Kabob Recipe
- Soak saffron threads in hot (not boiling) liquid for 5 to 20 minutes.
- Mix brewed saffron, lemon juice, ground onion, salt and pepper, olive oil with tighs. In making chicken thigh kabob, marinating is the most important step. For the best results, the thigh pieces should be marinated for at least 24 hours.
- Skewer the thigh pieces and grill for 6 – 7 minutes on each side until they are golden on the outside and white and juicy on the inside.
- Put the tomatoes on the skewer and cook them well.
- Cook rice, put some saffron liquid on top and serve chicken and tomato beside.
Persian chicken thigh kabob is usually served with bread, rice, lemon, and fresh herbs.