Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

Hello, folks!

I hope you enjoyed your long weekend. If you weren’t that lucky to have a long weekend in your country, I hope you enjoyed your Monday at least, haha.


Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

Indeed, we did enjoy our long weekend.

It was so fantastic that now I need a few days off to recover from it:) That’s why I’m kind of not eloquent today so don’t anticipate a long passage. Don’t anticipate me being funny as usual (I know that you’re get used you, but that won’t happen today).

You can still anticipate a delicious meal, though.

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

In a nutshell, we had a 2 day trip to Niagra Falls, Ontario. We’ve visited this area many times, but we’ve never had such an intense amusing program. OMG, we got on the helicopter. I repeat: on the HELICOPTER. You may not know that yet, but I don’t like any vehicles which take off and move higher that few feets above the ground. In fact, that were the amazing and breathtaking 10 minutes.

But what I realized once again, that being a cook and food blogger, I cannot really enjoy eating out. We don’t do that any often, to be honest. But almost every time it happens, food is decent and quite delicious. But that’s it.

Sometimes it’s rather mediocre.

Nothing exciting.

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

I know I’m just too picky in some cases. But that’s impossible to forget about myself being a home cook and enjoy the meal not thinking about how would I have made it in my kitchen.

I mean since I do not make often some certain things such as meat or fish, so I will likely be satisfied with my order. But what’s the point to order a pasta or salad in my case? Nothing sophisticated. Food that could be easily made at home. A dish that would taste much better if made at home. It’s still a good hearty meal. But why would I waste money on food I won’t enjoy? That doesn’t make any sense.

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

We don’t stop by fancy restaurants, though. Probably, my reviews would have been better.

But I’m still trying it, once in a while.

This time it didn’t work either. And even though the meals we had in Niagra were quite fine, I won’t come back to order them again. I’d better go in my kitchen and make some simple hearty stuff.

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

Mmmm… What about this Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs? They are super delicious, with subtle and spicy tart flavor. Served with fluffy creamy mash potato and robust watercress, it’s hearty and comfort meal. And it’s so easy to make too!

You won’t probably find it in a good restaurant – the way too simple.

But on the other hand, if you’re not looking for a fancy dish for $40, these Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs is a good choice!

What about you, guys? Did you enjoy your weekend? Did you make anything delicious or you opted for a restaurant? And finally, do you think that being a cook, it’s useless to eat out?:)

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs | Havocinthekitchen.com

Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs

Cook Time: 1 hour

Yield: 4-6

Garlic, chilli pepper, say sauce, ginger, rosemary, and smoked paprika combined with black plums to make the sauce for these tasty juicy Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs.

Ingredients

  • 6 chicken thighs (or 4-5 quarters)
  • 4-5 large black plums, pitted
  • 2-3 garlic cloves
  • 1 red chili pepper
  • 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary leaves
  • piece of ginger (10-12 grammes)
  • 3 tablespoons law-sodium soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon smoked paprika
  • salt and pepper, for rubbing

Instructions

  1. To make the sauce, place all the ingredients except the chicken, salt and pepper in the blender and puree. You can adjust the taste by adding more seasoning or hot pepper or even some sweeteners such as honey.
  2. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C (convect) - 400 degrees F.
  3. Rub the chicken thighs with some salt and pepper and place it in a baking dish. Pour the sauce over the chicken. Cover the dish with foil and place in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. Turn the thighs once pouring them with the sauce.
  4. Open. Remove and reserve a half of the sauce. Roast the thighs for another 12-15 minutes.
  5. Once the thighs are ready (35-37 minutes should be enough but doublecheck), increase heat and grill the chicken for a lovely crispy crust. Off heat.
  6. Serve with the side of your choice and poured over with the reserved sauce.

Notes

havocinthekitchen.com

http://www.havocinthekitchen.com/plum-roasted-chicken-thighs/

 

 

 

6 Thoughts on “Plum Roasted Chicken Thighs

  1. I actually love eating out!!! Maybe you’re going to the wrong places! :P In all seriousness, I love trying new restaurants and am especially excited if I know who the chef is .. here in Madison, we have a ton of great restaurants (lots of farm to table) so I love eating out. Now, eating out with my kids is another story! :P love these plum roasted chicken thighs! we love dark meat!
    Alice @ Hip Foodie Mom recently posted…Sweet Potato Deviled EggsMy Profile

  2. After being in the kitchen all day for my site, I simply do not want to cook dinner. But I would certainly suck it up in order to make these thighs. Love the roasted plum sauce!!
    Jen | Baked by an Introvert recently posted…Pumpkin CheesecakeMy Profile

  3. Oh man, I totally know what you mean, Ben! Everytime my wife and I go out to eat, we’re often like “we could have made better at home.” But then again, there is something nice about not having to make dinner yourself. I mean I love cooking and all, but still…sometimes I just get tired. But I’d never get tired of this roasted chicken! (Even if you didn’t include enough lavender in there for my tastes…)
    David @ Spiced recently posted…Apple Pie BarsMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Post Navigation