I don’t make a lot of Indian food on this blog, but I do
borrow a lot of techniques inspired by that cuisine. Things like toasting
spices in fat for stews, marinating meat in yogurt, and slashing chicken down
to the bone, as I did with these sweet, hot mustard thighs.
moisture, but any technique that’s been practiced for a thousands years is okay
by me. I think it helps permeate the chicken with the sweet, hot mustard
marinade, as well as gives the final product some fairly cool “racing stripes.”
As I mention, if you insist on using boneless-skinless
thighs, this will still work, but it is really is a recipe where the bone is
key. You may have heard the expression, “the closer the bone, the sweeter the
meat,” and it’s so true. There are many ingredients you can substitute for, but
bones aren’t really one of them.
them, so that they’re easier to eat? …actually, don’t imagine that, but I think
you get the point. Anyway, I hope you try this very easy and delicious sweet,
hot mustard chicken thigh recipe soon. Enjoy!
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