Boneless, Skinless Chicken Thighs

Boneless, Skinless Chicken Thighs

6 count / approx. 2lbs
$22.25

What you’re getting

Boneless, skinless chicken thighs from pasture raised chickens.

6 count. Approx. 2.75 lb.

Raw. Frozen. Keep frozen or refrigerated.

Cooking tips

There are so many parts of a chicken that are delicious and easy and versatile—but in my humble opinion, boneless, skinless thighs are the all-around champions. They’re more flavorful and nutritious than breasts or tenders, thaw and cook far more quickly than drumsticks or bone-in, skin-on thighs, and are a breeze to cook correctly without worrying about drying out or pink juice near the bone. Once you experience the magic of fast and foolproof chicken thighs, you’ll want to keep your freezer stocked at all times.

Thaw your package of thighs in the refrigerator or in hot water, then season generously and cook in a medium-heat skillet until the outside is deep golden and the inside is just a few degrees shy of 165. Let rest a few minutes before serving.

Recipes

Orange Chicken | The Pioneer Woman

Honey Soy Baked Chicken Thighs | Cafe Delites

Sheet Pan Chicken Tinga Bowls Recipe | Pinch of Yum

Instant Pot Hawaiian Chicken Tacos Recipe | Pinch of Yum

Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings Recipe | Pinch of Yum

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How we raise our chickens

Chickens have a superpower: turning weeds and bugs into delicious, nutritious meat. We rotate our birds frequently to fresh ground, where they excitedly chase bugs and strip plants down to the stem. We also offer them a natural peanut-meal based feed mix and, of course, never give them antibiotics or any other pharmaceuticals. For more information about our farm’s practices, check out Our Standards.

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How we raise our chickens

Chickens have a superpower: turning weeds and bugs into delicious, nutritious meat. We give our birds fresh ground every day, where they excitedly chase bugs and strip all the plants down to the stem. We also offer them a non-GMO, peanut-meal based feed mix and, of course, never give them antibiotics or any other pharmaceuticals. For more information about our farm’s practices, check out Our Standards.