Chicken Thigh Sliders w/ Baked Fries

January 21, 2014 at 6:11 PM | Posted in chicken, Ore - Ida | 9 Comments
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Today’s Menu: Chicken Thigh Sliders w/ Baked Fries



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They nailed our weather forecast of snow, wind, and falling temperature. We ended up with 3″ more inches with a strong wind that took the temps to single digits and below. It’s only January but we’re already above our average of yearly snowfall. Plus our temperatures have been lower than what we’ve in the past few years, single digits and below zero through Saturday. Just cook and be happy! For dinner tonight, Chicken Thigh Sliders w/ Baked Fries.




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I picked up a package of Boneless and skinless Chicken Thighs yesterday at Walmart. So to prepare them I cut them in half, to fit the slider buns, and seasoned them with Sea Salt, Ground Black Pepper, and a little Garlic Powder. I then rolled them in some Flour that I had seasoned with Hungarian Sweet Ground Paprika. I then preheated the oven to 400 degrees. Heated a cast iron skillet over medium-high heat, added in the Canola Oil. Seared both sides of the chicken until golden, about 5 minutes and then placed it in the oven to finish off, and the chicken registers 165 degrees F on an instant-read thermometer. They came out perfect! Crispy coating on the outside and moist and flavorful on the inside. I served them on Pepperidge Farms Slider Wheat Buns. Had topping choices of Lettuce, Mayfield Crumbled Blue Cheese, and JB’s Fat Boy Stick Stuff BBQ Sauce.



For a side for the Sliders I baked some of our favorite Fries, Ore Ida Simply Cracked Black Pepper and Sea Salt Country Style Fries. Best Fries out there in my opinion. Then for dessert/snack later some Newman’s Own Black Bean and Corn Salsa along with Tostios Multi Grain Scoops.



Chicken Thighs

Boneless and skinless chicken thighs are a form of protein that can be cooked in any number of ways. The chicken thigh is a cut of meat and doesn’t tend to dry out like chicken breast tends to. If you remove the skin you’re left with a chicken thigh that has about 130 calories and only 7 grams of fat. Here are several ways to prepare boneless skinless chicken thighs.
* Cook in the slow cooker.

* Bake in the oven.

* Cook on the grill.

* Fry in a pan.


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  1. those fries look good.. like REALLY good.. thanks !

    • These are Ore Ida’s best fries!

      • Will pretty delicious looking from where I am reading from!!!

      • They turned out great! Plus got the Chicken Thighs on sale at Walmart and a $1 off coupon for the Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Slider Buns that I used.

      • Bit tough that over here in Buckinghamshire England .. !!

  2. Chicken thighs are so good, I cook with them more than with chicken breasts!

    • Plus their cheaper.

    • They seem to cook quicker than chicken breast also.

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