First, you have to get organic chicken thighs with the bone. None of this boneless, tasteless crap. Get the bone -- trust me. My advice (which goes against many) is to NOT poke holes in these beautiful thighs. By poking holes in them, you are releasing all the beautiful juice that goes along with the art of cooking thighs. Can you tell I love thighs?
Get a scotch glass -- a tumbler, whatever you call it. (No scotch.) Pour half of it with olive oil, dice and chop your garlic and parsley finely. Salt, pepper, garlic powder and pour the rest of the glass with an ale. Yes, beer. No fancy white wine -- we're doing it Deb style.
I'm sure you knew that.
Before you pour this lovely potion onto your thighs...the chicken thighs, make sure you give your meat a dry rub first with the same seasonings mentioned above.
Then pour the potion equally onto your girls. Then sprinkle some parmesan on them. If you are not allergic to gluten or not on Paleo, you can add some breadcrumbs to the top of them as well.
Slice the bell pepper into thin slivers and mix it into the bunch.
Then hit the broil to 500 degrees for about 2 minutes -- watch that the cheese doesn't burn.
You can pick whatever sidings you'd prefer. I picked fresh broccoli with a half a sweet potato. Perfect.
Get your favorite wine, your favorite person and enjoy a meal that'll leave a smile on your face. Bon appetit!
And if you are not sure about the measurements of the ingredients or you need more info, please just ask me in the comment section and I will get back to you ASAP. I know I can be all over the place with the recipe and instructions -- not your typical recipe giver, so ask ask ask and you shall receive!
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