How long & temperature and how many Chicken Thighs do I cook for 65 people Cream Cheese Chicken?
It's a tricky question because I've purchased chicken thighs that were tiny and others that were huge. I always like to have more than enough so I would probably figure 2 for each person plus extra. I would buy at least 150. The temperature depends on the recipe but I'll say 375 F for about 30 minutes or until an instant read thermometer reads 160-165 F.
by Jami Johnson 5 years ago
Do you prefer chicken breasts or chicken thighs?Let's face it everyone loves breasts, but when it comes to that fat that lies on the thighs, most of us can't help ourselves. So which do you prefer, chicken breasts or chicken thighs? (I'm talking about food and cooking here people).
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
You can make almost anything out of a chicken thigh that you can make out of a chicken breast and in most cases you'll find that chicken thighs will cost you one third the cost of chicken breast. Just remove the skin and bone from the chicken thighs and you'll have a great piece of chicken to work...
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
Here you have two of my all time favorites which are chicken and bacon. I use skinned and boneless chicken thighs to make this recipe with. Chicken thighs have a lot more flavor than chicken breast and they are usually one third the price of chicken breasts. You can use chicken thighs in any recipe...
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