Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Simplest Roast Chicken Thighs, Ever

roast chicken thigh

Roast chicken is one of the simplest way to cook and enjoy chicken. Ever since I invested in a convection oven, I've been doing some simple roast chicken thigh for dinner. The beauty of this dish is that, I can roast the whole bird or choose to just roast parts of chicken, depending on how many people I am cooking for.

I absolutely love a good meal of roast chicken. With minimal ingredients and convenient cooking methods, I can roast a chicken, whip up a salad and call it a dinner.

roast chicken

My roasted chicken thigh with grilled tomato slices in dribbles of mustard.

For the sake of simplicity whatever I have in the kitchen, I slathered/peppered/rubbed onto the kitchen in moderate amount.

Dressing: Rub all over the chicken with:

freshly grounded black pepper, McCormick Montreal Steak seasonings, extra virgin olive oil

Baste with:

honey and HP sauce

Oven temperature

Preheat: 350F/176C, last 10-15 minutes 450F/230C


  1. Clean chicken under running water. Pat dry.

  2. Season the chicken for at least 30 minutes.

  3. Pop into preheat oven.

  4. Roast for 10-15 minutes, increase temperature.

  5. Baste chicken, add in the veggies.

  6. Roast until skin is golden brown.

  7. Remove, serve with side dishes.

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