Welcome to our culinary world where simplicity rhymes with quality. We are delighted to share with you our recipe for baked chicken thighs, an ideal dish for busy weeknight meals. Thanks to our BBQ spices with black garlic and maple sugar, you will obtain chicken with exceptional flavor, with crispy skin and juicy flesh. This recipe, even simpler than our famous recipe for thighs, promises to delight your taste buds.
|⏱️ Preparation time||10 minutes|
|🍳 Cooking time||40-45 minutes|
|⏲️ Total time||50-55 minutes|
|🔧 Difficulty level||Easy|
|🔥 Calories per serving||About 300-350 calories|
- Chicken thighs with skin
- Olive oil (optional)
- Your BBQ spices with black garlic and maple sugar
This is a recipe that combines simplicity, flavor and economy, perfect for weeknights. Remember, even if you don't have our special spices, you can always improvise with your own blend. Pair these delicious chicken thighs with seasonal vegetables, roasted potatoes or rice for a complete and satisfying meal. Enjoy your food !
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Q: Can I use other parts of the chicken for this recipe?
A: Absolutely. Although we recommend thighs for their juiciness and texture, this recipe can be adapted with other cuts like chicken breasts or wings.
Q: What can I serve with these chicken thighs?
A: BBQ chicken thighs pair well with a variety of sides. Try roasted vegetables, baked potatoes, rice, or even a fresh salad for a balanced meal.
Q: Can I prepare this dish in advance?
A: Yes, marinating the chicken with the spices ahead of time enhances the flavors. You can prepare it the day before and bake it when ready.
Q: What is a good alternative to Black Garlic and Maple Sugar BBQ Spices if I don't have them?
A: You can create your own blend using sea salt, black pepper, cumin, coriander, chili powder, mustard, and a little sugar to mimic the sweetness of maple sugar . Garlic can be used in its classic form to replace black garlic.
Q: Does this recipe also work for an outdoor barbecue?
A: Absolutely! Prepare the thighs with the same spices and cook them on your grill for an extra smoky touch.
Q: How do you know if chicken is cooked well?
A: The chicken is done when the internal temperature reaches 165°F (74°C). Use a meat thermometer for optimal accuracy.
Q: Can I add other spices to the mix?
A: Of course. Feel free to experiment with herbs like thyme or rosemary for a personal touch.