Baked and broiled easy garlic chicken thighs

Hi!! Its 3:04 in the morning and Im wide awake, i hate taking naps in the afternoon! So now instead of cuddling with my husband, im in the kitchen making food for his packed lunch for tomorrow…

What Im making is not my original,i do not own it. i just saw this on allrecipe website, it was a recipe made by Avasewell, i do not know if its ok to post the weblink, but i wont do it. but i gave it a little twist. It so easy, and saved me multiple times on those days when i dont know what to make for dinner..


1/2 cup butter
3 tbs of minced garlic
3 tbs of soy sauce— I use kikoman
1/4 tsp of black pepper
1 tbs of dried parsley
6 pcs chicken thighs with skin

And my twist is add 1/4 ceyenne or paprika just to give it a little kick.


The original recipe for this was to combine everything and broil in the oven for 20mins, but i do it differently and so far my husband doesnt complain hehe

Pre-heat oven at 375°
Combine butter, garlic, soysauce, black pepper, dried parsley and ceyenne in a small bowl, then place it in a microwave for 2-3minutes or until the butter is totally melted… Mix thoroughly.

I use a baking sheet, covered with aluminum foil and sprayed with PAM cooking oil, to prevent the chicken from sticking—we dont want a ruined chicken lol

Coat the chicken thighs with the butter mixture, on skin first. Then turn upside down to coat the other side, and bake it for 35mins on 375° saving the skin for the best!

Then after 35mins, take it out of the oven, and turn upside down exposing the skin. Coat it again with the mixture. Change settings of the oven from bake to broil and pump it up! set time for 7-10mins. Depending on how crispy or burned you want your chicken skin. I like mine burned hehehe now pair that with rice! Because im asian! I eat alot of rice! But for my hubs’ packed lunch, ill pair it with salad. How bout you guys?

One of my favorite easy dish! One of my favorite easy dish!

Any recipes are welcome! I seriously need alot of ideas for lunch/dinners!

Laters baby,




  1. Gil Camporazo

    If it’s not yours, then you have to cite the original owner of that recipe though you have revised it. The credits go to him or to her. That is the indirect way of acknowledging their efforts.

  2. Jennifer Louie Post author

    @nakitakona13 im new to this site so im not sure if its allowed to post a weblink, plus i already said that its not an original, i do not own the recipe, everyone can “own” it. Its too easy. And lastly, i found the recipe way long ago, i dont remember who posted it. All i know is i remember how its made and gave it a twist.

  3. Gil Camporazo

    That is alright, @zelfiquin I have checked it. Besides, you’ve already mentioned the source. Recipe is standard unless as you have said it, you give it a twist. Meaning, you recreate it with a revision or addition.

  4. Jennifer Louie Post author

    @nakitakona13 yeah. Ive read the policy, im still unsure about posting links, so i edited it my article wrote the website name and the name of the woman who made the recipe.. Im glad i was still able to find her link…

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *