Chicken thighs are so freakin' tender, why aren't more people cooking them?!
Seriously though, if you are strictly a chicken breast kinda girl (like I used to be), then you need to hop aboard the chicken thigh train as soon as possible. Not only are chicken thighs more affordable than chicken breasts, but they don't get a hint of dryness when you cook them. Chicken thighs stay juicy and tender, even if you think you overcook them, which makes you look like a genius in the kitchen :). Another great thing about chicken thighs, besides their nutritional value (good protein folks), is that they don't need much seasoning to make them taste delicious. This simple recipe just adds some crispiness to the thighs by adding...MAYO! Yup, that's it! This recipe is so easy and delicious you will have wished you would have started eating crispy chicken thighs years ago.
Enjoy my loves!
CRISPY MAYO CHICKEN THIGHS
1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
2. Line a large baking sheet with aluminum or parchment paper.
3. Place chicken thighs spread out on the baking sheet. Use a silicon brush or spoon to completely coat each chicken thigh with mayo. Season each thigh with salt and pepper.
4. Bake in the oven for 40-45 minutes or until internal temperature is 165 degrees.
Your'e going to love how tender and tasty this chicken is! Don't forget to serve these thighs with your favorite healthy side dishes.
Always craving good food,