So yesterday, I begrudgingly made dinner even though I really didn’t feel like it. I was grumpy (maybe because I was tired and hungry?) and I had no desire to chop or even turn the oven on. But. I was hungry and so was Julia and she’s in tech again this week (seemingly, every week, lately) which left me no choice but to suck it up and cook.

[I think there is an extent to which cooking, much like exercise or chores or anything really, is all about fighting inertia and getting into a habit. Ok, I just realized I have a lot more to say about this topic, so I’m gonna table it for now and get back to the chicken.]

I wasn’t gonna post on this dish, but I mentioned it on twitter and Ms. Bunny asked for a serving, but since she lives far away and cannot possibly come over tonight, I decided to make the recipe available on the blog instead. So you can all eat it, no matter how far away you live. And some of you live very, very far. (According to my stats – India & Singapore? Really? Who are you and how did you find my little corner of the internet?)

Now, get ready to wipe up some drool, because here is what I made:

Ok, I know, it doesn’t look that great in this picture, but that’s because I gobbled the pretty one up before I decided to blog about it and this is the leftovers packed up for lunch tomorrow. Best I can do. Anyway, it tasted great and it’s super easy to make. Takes maybe 30 minutes start to finish. I served it with couscous and a mixed green salad (not pictured) but you can eat whatever you like with it.

You can go get the recipe over at Martha Stewart. She’s got a better picture anyway.

2 comments on “By Request: Crispy Ginger Lime Chicken Thighs

  1. Katelyn

    Ooh yum. I'm going to adapt this for boneless thighs (which is what I have in the freezer)– thanks!

  2. Cindy

    Keep a close eye on them, they should need less cooking time. And let me know how it turns out!

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