Chicken Thighs

I have been eating a lot of chicken recently – hard chicken, chicken wings, chicken thighs, breasts and chicken thighs. I made these thighs a couple of days ago, and made a mini tutorial on snapchat as I cooked.

These thighs were super yummy and I had them two ways. I had them on a bed of mixed peppers with a side of sautéed potatoes and carrots.

I also had them on day two with some snail, squid and shrimp pasta.

Today, I am sharing the recipe of the thighs with you because they are really easy and quick to make. They can be paired with a variety of sides also.

Find the recipe after the photographs below.


Thigh Recipe

4 chicken thighs

1 cube knorr

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Pinch curry powder

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1 teaspoon total seasoning blend (all purpose)

Roughly 1 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves

Splash of hot chilli sauce

Splash fresh lemon juice

1 garlic clove

thumb size onion

slice ginger

3 teaspoons of infused olive oil

2 teaspoons white wine

First, clean and wash your chicken thighs. Use a knife to gently poke, so that the seasoning goes beyond the surface of the chicken.

In a blender, combine onion, ginger and garlic, then blend.

In a bowl or ziplock bag, combine blended ingredients and all other ingredients on the list (excluding wine and olive oil). Add in chicken thighs and massage until well coated.

Leave thighs to marinade for an hour or more depending on how much time you have.

When chicken is well seasoned, heat up a pan and add in olive oil. Add in your chicken thighs and sauté over low heat. When chicken begins to cook, add in white wine and sauté some more until wine dries up and chicken is brown. Do not cook chicken through.

Transfer chicken thighs to a grill, and grill to medium done or well done.


Hope this recipe comes in handy. Let me know if you try it out. Feedback is always welcome and thank you for stopping by.

Lots of love xoxo

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Rice N Dine says:

    This recipe, indeed, came in handy! Your pictures look really appetizing. Thanks for sharing! 🙂


    1. wovenblends says:

      You are welcome! Thank you for your feedback, positive comments are always so refreshing. I appreciate them :*

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Rice N Dine says:

        No problem. Keep blogging! Have a great day to you 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

  2. Ola says:

    I have to try this! I love chicken and this looks sooo yummy. Is this the same recipe for the spicy crispy drumsticks you just posted on ig with the jollof? What are the variations? I’ve been dying to know. I neeed to know how you made that!!


    1. wovenblends says:

      Thanks darling.

      I season all my beef/chicken the same way. But then I also add extra stuff depending on what i’m making.

      To season regularly, I blend ginger, garlic, onions and scotch bonnet (rodo) together and add in some knorr.


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