In addition to the lemon and fresh herbs, the chicken thighs are flavored with an emulsified mash of garlic, salt, and olive oil, called allioli. I like to garnish each plate of chicken with a spoonful of romesco sauce.
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We made your recipe this evening and it was spectacular the only thing we didn't have was the sage. It was a 10 thank you. John Antolino & Family !!!
This is a very good recipe. The chicken was very juicy,tasty and crispy. I read below about slicing the lemons thin. I definitely recommend doing that. I took the juice and boiled it down like it suggested to make a sauce. This gave the lemon an over powering taste. We put the sauce on the side and dipped the chicken but it was still a bit much. I WILL make this recipe again. I will be more cautious with the lemon.
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