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My DH and I liked this recipe. I did substitue basil for the rosemary.I didn't pound the thighs,I browned the thighs,then covered and cooked on low until the temperture reached about 170* I am going to try the chicken breasts the next time I fix this recipe.Thanks for sharing Steve.

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Chef 920429 December 02, 2002

We liked this recipe VERY MUCH, easy to make. I used chicken thighs, pounded them and cooked slow. Served them with diggys roasted ranch potatoes and corn on the cob. The recipe is very adapatable, I'm going to try it using my Red Onion Jelly.

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Barb Gertz December 12, 2002

I used fresh rosemary from the garden, it is a little strong this time of year but worked well. I also used 4 minced cloves of garlic because we love garlic. Very easy and very good.

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riffraff January 23, 2003

I like this recipe very much. It has everything - it's fast, very tasty, nourishing, adaptable and economical.

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Nelly November 24, 2002

I have been eating lots of chicken lately and was looking for some different recipes. The flavor was good, but not overwhelming. This is simple, really tasty and I will definately make it again.

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Caryn Gale March 25, 2003

This is going into my best of the best file. Wow, was I surprised by how much I liked this recipe. It's so simple! The garlic and rosemary flavors come through so well. This chicken is simple and delicious. My husband couldn't get enough. Thank you! P.S. I used dried rosemary and it worked really well.

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LifeIsGood May 07, 2011

Ohhhhh the aroma! I love to start with garlic, too, even it I'm not sure what I'll be making for dinner. It can be very inspirational for the cook.

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gailanng May 04, 2011

We really enjoyed this recipe! I did not have Rosemary, so I just used the garlic which was fabulous. Even DH commented how much he enjoyed it. I wish I had cooked it in a bigger pan or cooked less thighs at one time. It took forever to sear, but other than that it was quite easy. Thanks for a great recipe!

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mrsjjkool April 01, 2011

OUTstanding! I used 4 thighs and 3 cloves of garlic, but needed additional oil for my large cast iron pan. I kept the dried rosemary at 1T.
I didn't pound the chicken so it needed more like 15 minutes total. I also kept the rosemary and pressed garlic in the pan while I cooked the chicken.
ALL of my family loved it. My 4 kids, age 6, 4 1/2, 2 and 9 months cleaned their plates, and that says a lot for my 4 1/2 year old, because he normally despises chicken. It was my 9 month old's first chicken too. It was so tender and juicy that she had no problem chewing it with her 2 teeth.
My husband said it was a dish we could definitely serve to company. We ate it with some homemade focaccia bread and asparagus.
Thanks for posting; this is a definite keeper!

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The Portugarians March 28, 2011

Garlic is always good. Made this with bone in, It was great so my wife had me make it again. It was still great. I'll make it next week and I know it will be great. Have served it with white rice & with noodles. Either way it is great. We have even used the left overs in Chicken noodle soup. Thanks for the recipe, its a winner.

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diggerdo2 March 01, 2011
Garlic Chicken Thighs