Lemon Rosemary Chicken Thighs
This one skillet recipe is packed with flavor and is oh-so-easy to prepare. Use your electric skillet or frying pan and save on electrical costs too. The power usage of an electric frying pan is minimal in comparison to that used by a stove top burner on a conventional stove.
By using the classic pairing of fresh rosemary and lemon slices you create the centerpiece of this dish. Additionally, the sautéed garlic and green onions adds a subtle depth to the flavors. Finally, when paired with fresh broccoli florets, you have the making of a very satisfying, low-carb meal that will soon become a new family favorite.
Organic lemons are recommended for this dish because the skin is not removed prior to cooking. However if using regular lemons, lightly wash the outside before slicing to help remove any residual chemicals. Keep your eyes open for when lemons come on sale at the reduced produce section to save even more money.
More About Rosemary—The Herb
If using fresh rosemary leaves, increase the amount needed to 1 ½ Tablespoons. Although using fresh rosemary will bring out the best flavor, you can use dried rosemary from your spice cupboard too. So don’t be limited by your ingredients if you don’t have access to fresh.
However, have you ever considered starting a kitchen grown herb garden? It is really simple to do. Start off with a few basic herbs such as basil and rosemary to begin with.
Rosemary is a great all around kitchen herb to use on fish, chicken, and yes, even wild meats. To help you get to know more about the ways you can use Rosemary more often in your cooking, grab this free pdf Rosemary Tip Sheet. Not only does it give you:
a brief description about what Rosemary is,
it also includes growing,
and even freezing tips.
Try Rosemary in your cooking today and widen your taste experience. Be EMPOWERED towards a HOPE and a FUTURE.