What could be simpler for a weeknight supper than a one-pot meal? This one comes together with chicken thighs and a few other ingredients you likely already have in your pantry or growing in your garden.
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The dish is complete as is, but nice with a crusty bread, or keep it Italian and serve Garlic-Parmesan Bread.
Been making this dish since it was published in 2011. All time favorite and easy to make. Family likes it over pasta with grated parmesan cheese and a salad.
I gave it a good review just to ask a question. I wonder if this could be made with boneless breasts? I can't get boneless thigh meat here in South Africa and I don't feel like hacking up the regular thighs. I would have to put the chicken in at a later point so it wouldn't overcook. I like one pot meals so I'm willing to try.
This is very delicious and not very difficult for a cook with no experience braising.
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