A Classic Staple!
This recipe for Rosemary Lemon Chicken Thighs was one of the last we created using our fresh rosemary plant we got from Vicky’s mom for the holidays. If you ever want fresh herbs to spice up your cooking, they’re pretty inexpensive to buy and simple to take care of. It’s quite convenient to pluck the herbs you want and throw them into your food, knowing that your plant is just going to keep giving you more and more.
We’ve had rosemary, basil, parsley, and even attempted to grow spinach! However, we live in an apartment, so the plants didn’t last very long. Fortunately, for the short amount of time we did spend taking care of them, they took care of us right back. Nothing beats fresh food!
One of our favorite things to pair rosemary with is fruits! We made a delicious Rosemary Apple Pork Chop recipe a few weeks ago so we decided to try a recipe with lemon this time.
Lemon Rosemary Chicken Thighs
We settled on a variation on classic baked chicken thighs. Our method of searing the skins on a cast iron skillet and then baking them to cook completely yields the best results. The skin becomes a crispy shield to preserve the juiciness of the thighs underneath. To add even more flavor and texture, we finish off the thighs with some butter! You just can’t go wrong with butter!
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