Hi friends, I’m back this week with another quick and very simple recipe – this is soooooo good, you will make this a staple in your arsenal, I can guarantee it. If you love Asian cuisine, you’ll love these very easy and delicious Asian chicken thighs.
Delicious broiled, fried or grilled, this marinade takes the cake!
As always, I’ve joined a fun group of girls, hosted by my friend Marty of A Stroll Thru Life, and everyone is sharing quick recipes to help make your lives easier! Keep scrolling for my recipe, and at the bottom of this post you can click over to see all the other recipes being shared today.
Affiliate links are provided throughout this post – see my full disclosure policy here.The last recipe I shared with you was my simple + quick bolognese sauce – if you haven’t tried it yet, you may want to!
It’s also a staple in our household and is delicious served over both pasta or steamed veggies.
Back to my Asian chicken thighs!
I mentioned above that this marinade is amazing. I haven’t tried it yet with other meats, next I plan to marinate it with steak, and I know it will be outstanding.
I’m sure pork chops would just as delectable.
We’re big meat eaters in our house, so I’m always looking for different ways to prepare our mainly protein dinners.
One of my simple, go-to sides is a quick-fry broccoli – it’s ready in less than ten minutes and is just so yummy! Here’s how:
- After broccoli has been washed and cut, throw it in the frying pan with olive oil, salt and garlic powder. Sometimes I’ll add diced onions.
- Fry on medium-high until it starts to take on some golden crusting.
- Keep stirring it around to get more color for another minute or two.
- Voilà, fini! You can continue to cook more if desired, but we like ours more al dente.
It’s the perfect side, and if you are low-carb, load up that plate with those veggies!
Sometimes I’ll make steamed rice or quinoa with this as well, quick and easy and always delish.
Boneless Asian Chicken Thighs
A delicious asian-inspired recipe that everyone loves.
- 2-3 Lbs Boneless Chicken Thighs
- 1/2 Cup Soy Sauce I like to use Kikkoman Soy Sauce
- 1/3 Cup Olive Oil or Avocado Oil I like to use Avocado Oil
- 1 1/2 Tsp Sesame Oil
- 1 Tsp Rice Vinegar
- 3 Tbsp Honey
- 1 Clove Garlic, minced I like to use a garlic press
- 1/2 Tsp Ground Ginger
- Cracked Ground Pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients for the marinade in a bowl, except chicken thighs.
Add chicken thighs to the marinade.
Stir well, coating all of the chicken.
Using a fork, poke holes in the meat, allowing for maximum flavor.
Let marinate for at least one hour, or refreigerate up to 24 hrs.
Arrange chicken thighs on foil-lined baking sheet, making sure to open them fully.
Broil on each side for about 10 minutes, or until golden, or desired char is achieved.
If you don't have time to marinate for one hour, that's ok! Once you've mixed everything and prepared the meat by poking holes, it will still be delicious. Make sure to spoon the sauce from the pan on top of your chicken after cooking. This recipe can also be grilled on the BBQ or pan-fried if desired!
Thank you for joining me today! When you try this recipe, I know your whole family will love it, it became a fast favorite in our home! Please don’t forget to stop over and check out all the fabulous recipes being shared today. Bon Apétit! xo
Heather @Southern State of Mind shares her Pulled Pork Sliders – These look so good, perfect for a summer patio party.
Tamara @ CITRINELIVING is sharing her easy & delicious boneless Asian Chicken Thighs. My family will love these.
Laura @ Decor To Adore is sharing The Best Homemade Carrot Coffee Cake . Carrot cake is a favorite.
Christy @ Our Southern Home shares her recipe for Homemade Oreo Ice Cream. My grands will love this one.
Rachael @ This Is Our Bliss made the most wonderful Delicious Light Fresh Pasta Salad For Summer. I will make this for sure.
Yvonne @ StoneGable shares her Scrumptious Arugula Salad with Lemon Dressing. I love salads, so this is a must make.
Briana @ Bloom in the Black made these amazing Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Energy Balls. I have to make these.
Marty @ A Stroll Thru Life shared her Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler. This is the kind your grandma made, and so good.