Holy Yum Chicken Recipe: This Easy Baked Chicken Thighs Recipe Just Works by 30Seconds Food

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Holy Yum Chicken Recipe: This Easy Baked Chicken Thighs Recipe Just Works

This easy chicken recipe is similar to man pleasin' chicken, but it's made with bone-in chicken thighs and the sauce is thickened then poured over the chicken before serving. Serve with rice or potatoes to soak up the flavorful sauce and your favorite vegetable.

Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes
Servings: 4

Ingredients

Here's how to make it:

  1. Season the chicken with salt and pepper. Place it into a baking dish.
  2. Combine the mustard, maple syrup and rice wine vinegar in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Pour the mixture over the chicken thighs.
  3. Bake in a preheated 400-degree F oven for about 45 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.  
  4. Remove the chicken to a serving plate. Pour all the liquid into a saucepot. Bring to a simmer and whisk in cornstarch. Cook until it thickens, about 1 minute. 
  5. Pour the sauce over the chicken and garnish with rosemary. 

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Cassiday
That looks and sounds pure delicious 😋
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
Mmm. This is a surefire winner-winner chicken dinner! #yum
Wtf
I will never understand the fascination some people have with coating meat in sugar. Disgusting.

And I'm from direct German descent - I love vinegar and mustard. But on chicken? Seriously... Wtf.

I'm 99% convinced most of the recipe websites, including this one, are ENTIRELY AI generated. Because the flavor combinations as well as the measurement amounts aren't palatable.

No, I will not make "mustard and maple syrup chicken." It just doesn't make sense.

If this was a roast with a tough cut of beef, then sure. But I can't possibly fathom how horrible your chicken must be that you think this recipe is a good idea.

Idk, maybe covid really f-ed up taste for people permanently. Maybe this sort of recipe is going to become normal until the next generation comes along that can taste food again. But until then, seriously... All I can say is "Wtf"
Axiom Productions
Not very sweet of you. Lighten up.
Christopher Yurgal
Hey, it's two oz of maple syrup. Give me a break.
Wendyscott1948
Your chicken must be tasteless...wtf! Never heard of vinegar on chicken either? Wow go crawl back under your rock, you are rude so I figured I'd join in on the rudeness you hand out!
Gwen Johnson
This chicken is incredibly delicious! I would suggest you try the recipe first before dogging on it.
Peggy Burns
Don't you have anything better to do than act like that? I have German in me too, that's no excuse to act like that. Either you like it or you don't. But it appears to me you never even made the recipe but yet you use a potty mouth about it. SMH
Dorina Grossi
Hi, maybe you should read my comment below and chill out. I'm Italian- Canadian and I'm willing to explore on different techniques on cooking chicken. Except for deep fried my cardiologist won't approve. Yes, we all come from different backgrounds and cook differently from others, but there's no reason to shame someone for such a wonderful family recipe. You're just being mean. My husband owned a restaurant and I worked in two restaurants with different menus. I guess you like boring chicken.
Donna John
Man Pleasin' chicken is one of my daughter's favorite recipes. The ingredients may sound strange, but they turn out delicious. Love how this recipe has the sauce poured over the top. We love our sauces. food: Crazy Good Boneless Chicken Thighs Recipe: Man Pleasin' Chicken Recipe Has a New Name
TLA
Can you use boneless chicken breast and cook it in a crockpot?
Donna John
This is the similar recipe that uses boneless chicken thighs. I've never cooked it in a crock pot, so not sure about the timing. But it should work. food: Crazy Good Boneless Chicken Thighs Recipe: Man Pleasin' Chicken Recipe Has a New Name
Saadia Ellis
We all come from different background...what's nasty to you may be good for me....why putting down someone's recipe with a nasty comment. Show respect and keep it moving. A good Manner comes a long way at the end of the day.
Dorina Grossi
I've made this recipe before in the summer time on my BBQ grill. There's nothing wrong with coating your meat in sugar. It is not disgusting but people do it anyway without noticing it. For all you people who used a bad comment about putting vinegar and sugar on meat is gross, how about all those BBQ sauces and ketchup sauces that you'd use during the summer BBQ. If you you can read a label, it clearly says in the ingredients that the company puts vinegar and sugars like brown sugar or molasses into their BBQ sauces. I suggest that you don't judge a book by it's cover it is really rude and unfair to the author.
Suzanne Graham
Do I bake the chicken covered??

Also, WTF’s biggest problem isn’t sugar and meat…..just sayin’.

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