Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Chicken Thighs Wrapped in Bacon


Chicken Thighs Wrapped in Bacon by Carole's Chatter

Well this dish was a bit fiddlier than my normal efforts.  But chicken together with bacon seemed to have potential.
No doubt most of you could have done this a lot more neatly – but I can assure you it tasted delicious – even though it looked a bit rough and ready. 
To make Chicken Thighs Wrapped in Bacon I started by cutting up the chicken thighs into suitable sized pieces.  In fact, I think mine were a little too big to be wrapped up neatly.  I may try this again but using chicken tenders instead of thighs.
I seasoned each piece with salt and pepper and put a little parmesan cheese on them and then wrapped the rashers of bacon round them.
Chicken Thighs Wrapped in Bacon by Carole's Chatter

I then baked them in a moderate oven for 20 minutes or so – checking with a meat thermometer to see when they were cooked.
I served them with roast potatoes and a salad.

 

5 comments:

  1. Hi, I came across your blog and I have to say, I love chicken thighs. They are amazing..
    I am going to follow you so that I can keep a breast,, no pun intended, of your updates.
    Please come to my blog and follow me. :-)

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  2. Chicken thighs are one of my favorite chicken parts to grill and with bacon, well isn't everything better with bacon?

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  3. Looks like an easy, tasty dish. I like the parmesan you added...nice touch! Always fun to have you stop in and link, Carole.
    I have a few sandwiches I'll link to food on Friday tomorrow.

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  4. okay you inspired me to go a bit out of the box, not with chicken thighs, but bacon wrapped Cod fillets - they were great and not dry at all!

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  5. Hi Carole,
    What great flavor your Chicken Thighs will have wrapped in all that wonderful bacon. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with Full Plate Thursday and hope you have a great week!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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