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Hot Thighs Recipe

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Nila Maxwell
Added: Wednesday, May 18, 2005

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Remove as much fat as possible from four to five boneless, skinless chicken thighs then lightly salt. The thighs can be cut into pieces about the size of a deck of card. Let them sit while preparing the sauce.

Make the hot sauce using one-third cup Smart Choice (no cholesterol or trans fatty acids) margarine and one-half cup Daddy Guy’s hot sauce (Guy Mathis’ special homemade sauce) or your favorite hot sauce. Melt the Smart Choice in the microwave and then mix in the hot sauce. You can add other seasoning to the sauce at this time. (I use garlic powder and lemon pepper).

Pour oil into a deep fryer and heat to 360 degrees F. Lightly flour the thighs while the oil is heating. When the oil is hot, fry the thighs for 10 minutes then remove the thighs and drain off the excess oil. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F while the thighs are frying.

Remix the sauce and dip each thigh into the sauce. Place the thighs on a roasting oven rack that is placed in a sheet pan. Bake the thighs for 15 minutes. Remove from rack to a platter.

The extra sauce can be reheated and drizzled over the thighs or it can be served as a dipping sauce. It is all right to use the extra sauce because the thighs are cooked when dipped into the sauce.

If the thighs are raw, the extra sauce must be discarded.

 

 

 

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