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June 18, 2011

McCormick Roasted Coriander-Spiced Chicken Thighs with Bacon and Sweet Potatoes



My two boys are huge chicken fans. When I serve any dish involving chicken, they dive right in and eat their whole plates. My husband and I love chicken also, but aren't for the most part big fans of chicken breasts. We do love chicken thighs and use the meat frequently in recipes. Recently, I can across an ad in one of my food magazines which included a recipe for McCormick roasted coriander-spiced chicken thighs with bacon and sweet potatoes.

I had no trouble finding any of the ingredients for this recipe. The prep time was easy and took my less than the twenty minutes suggested. All cooking is done in one dish, so the clean up is very easy and the dish can be prepped and left to cook for the majority of the cooking time. I followed the recipe as suggested and didn't make any modifications.

My in-laws who shared dinner with us, really enjoyed this recipe. Similarly, my two boys loved this dish as well, and ate their whole plates. My husband thought the flavor was good, but didn't highlight the spices effectively for being a McCormick sponsored recipe. I like that the recipe only takes one dish, so the clean up is easy and perfect for a quick, easy weeknight meal. When I cook this again I will add additional coriander to bring out the flavor of the spice more effectively.

For the link go to McCormick Roasted Coriander-Spiced Chicken Thighs with Bacon and Sweet Potatoes.


8 comments:

  1. Oooh that looks good. When are you coming to my house to cook for me?

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  2. @Kristen when someone wants to babysit :) My two boys are at stages were no one want to watch them, not even their grandparents :)

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  5. this looks delicious! Yum! :) thanks for checking out rantymom!! :D

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  6. Thanks for stopping by and I am following you now. Like that recipe too.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  7. That looks delicious! Thanks for stopping by and commenting :)

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  8. Wow! That looks so yummy! I love to find a blog all about food ;o)

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