Panko Baked Chicken Thighs ( Convection Toaster Oven)

Jo Zimny Recipe

By Jo Zimny EmilyJo

This simple recipe is my invention. I am a lover of chicken and I especially enjoy baked chicken. I love the dark meat and it is so tasty when it's coated because that seals in the juices keeping the meat tender and delicious.


Recipe Rating:
 5 Ratings
Serves:
4
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Ingredients

2 1/2 lb
chicken thighs (skinless and boneless and fat removed)
1 pkg
panko bread crumbs
1/4 c
egg whites
fresh cracked black pepper
sea salt
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Heat your toaster oven to 375'F. Put the oven on the convection setting.
2
Line your toaster oven baking tray with heavy aluminum foil. Spray the aluminum foil with baking oil
3
Clean the chicken thighs by removing all the excess fat. Wash and pat dry.
4
Put the egg white in a shallow bowl. Put the panko bread crumbs in a shallow bowl.
5
Dip the thighs in the egg white. Roll in the Panko. Make sure you cover all the meat.
6
Place in the prepared baking tray and sprinkle with fresh cracked black pepper and sea salt. Spray the tops of the chicken with more cooking spray. Bake for 30 minutes.
7
Remove from oven and let the meat sit for 10 minutes then serve.
8
Enjoy!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
  • Comments

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    Robin DuPree robdupree - Aug 28, 2010
    This is great, and the Panko crumbs are always a plus....
  • user
    Jo Zimny EmilyJo - Dec 19, 2010
    Thanks Robin, yes, I like the panko crumbs too.
  • user
    charlotte brown snorkie1 - Feb 25, 2013
    how would you change the procedure if baking in regular stove oven?
  • user
    Sue Lee Sue_Lee - May 7, 2013
    Will this recipe work as well with deboned chicken breast?
  • user
    charlotte brown snorkie1 - May 15, 2013
    I tried this recipe with deboned chicken breast, and it was moist inside and delicious crunchy outside. I made it in my stove oven to help heat my kitchen on a cool winter day. thanks.