Monday, March 18, 2013

Guest Posting! Crispy Chicken Thighs in a Delicious Sauce!

I'm so excited to be guest posting today over at Arsy's lovely blog Rubies and Radishes. Rubies and Radishes is a beautiful paleo blog with delicious recipes and great photos! The recipe I'm sharing today is paleo and delicious! It cooks up in just your cast iron skillet (one of my favorite kitchen items!) so there is minimal clean up, which is always nice. This recipe came together when I bought a bunch of those little cuties (clementines) that are on sale and chicken thighs, which were also on sale. I always have kale on hand for kale salad, so I decided to throw the three together and see what happened.

Magic happened. This dish is so good. I seriously want to make it every day. Crispy chicken skin, moist meat, wilted yet still crisp kale, and a delicious orange sauce with no added sugar!

Head over to Rubies and Radishes to check it out!

Love, Luck, and Happiness!


  1. This looks amazing! I'm going to check out the recipe right now :)



    Southern (California) Belle

  2. Girl, I saw your recipe over there and it looks scrumptious and I have to say that your chicken breasts look phenomenal! I mean they're perfectly cooked and all crispy and brown. I also loved that you threw them on top of your new favorite green, kale! I love that you love kale! xoxo, Jackie

  3. I Love Kale, and Chicken Thighs in Orange Sauce sounds Delicious! What a great combination. Can't wait to try it out for dinner!! Thanks for sharing it with us and loved your pictures:)) Great article!

  4. I made this tonight. My wife proposed to me because she wants to marry me all over again on the merit of this piece of culinary greatness.
    First of all, you couldn't have made the recipe any easier to follow. The flavours and textures your method produced are lovely and this sauce has me thinking I will do a crispy duck over kale with this same technique.
    The only modification I had to make was due to the fact that I only have a 10" skillet. The sauce reduction took almost 10 minutes as a result but it had no negative impact on the overall taste or texture of the kale.

    1. This is seriously one of my favorite comments!!! This is also one of my favorite recipes, So I am so happy you enjoyed it!!


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