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Here is what you'll need!
Skillet Chicken Thighs with Pan Sauce
2 bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
1 teaspoon olive oil
⅓ cup chicken stock
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tablespoon thyme
1 tablespoon butter
1. Preheat oven to 375˚F/190˚C.
2. On a cutting board, pat the chicken thighs dry with a paper towel, then sprinkle with salt and pepper.
3. Heat the olive oil in a stainless steel skillet over high heat. Once the oil begins to shimmer, add the chicken thighs skin side down.
4. Without moving the chicken, cook for 2-4 minutes, until the skin becomes golden brown and crispy. Flip the chicken and cook for 2-3 minutes, until golden.
5. Transfer the skillet to the oven for 15 minutes. If you don’t have a stainless steel skillet, transfer the chicken to a baking dish.
6. Remove the pan from the oven and place the chicken thighs on a plate. Return the skillet to the stove over high heat.
7. Once the fat begins to simmer, add the chicken stock and cook, scraping the bottom of the pan to release and brown bits.
8. Add the garlic, thyme, and butter, and cook until the sauce begins to reduce, about 1 minute.
9. Pour the pan sauce over the chicken thighs, and enjoy!
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Carbon steel is an alternative to cast iron. My glass top electric stove maker advises against cast iron as they can scratch the glass surface. My carbon steel pans are now non-stick and wonderful to use.
If you think stainless can do everything non-stick can, I invite you to crack an egg into a cold stainless pan and slowly heat it.......
Also, Teflon has to be heated to almost 700 degrees before it starts offgassing. That's well above the temperature used for high heat cooking in a skillet.
Cast iron and stainless are great, and better than Teflon for many types of cooking (where you want things to stick and form a fond, for example), but there's no excuse for spreading old wives tales.
If you're going to post information like you're an expert, then a bit of actual research should be done.
If you cook food in a stainless steel pan, every part of the food, including the edges, will stick to the pan. After a few minutes, the edges begin to unstick, and will "bend" up towards you. That's called "pulling away".
Yes that is a good looking rivetless SS pan. Don't know what it is either, but would like to as well. The trick with SS is cooking on low when you need to, so yeah it would be nonstick for pancakes, especially if you use some butter or oil.
Thanks for the info. I've been hesitant on stainless steel but I think I'll like it best. I'm about to purchase new pots and pans...any recommendations on brands. I would like two different size of frying pans in the set.
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um no, sorry to disagree but aside from initial treatment and being a bit careful the first few times, cast iron is the EASIEST to clean. heck even the stuff you DO Have to do isn't too much of an effort. My cast iron pans does NOT stick at all. i have 2 dutch ovens i use all the time and cleanup is just water+towel.
Stainless steel has slight better heat distribution (not so much of an issue if you have induction imo), things stick to the pan a bit more and stainless steel retains heat less. This means steel pans are good for things like sauces etc that are delicate and use deglazing but not as good for sticky foods or things that need a lot of heat retention and long time to cook. Cast Iron otoh, has a very high heat retention, so not so good for quick stuff but is just the BEST for things like stews and broth. Nothing like stainless steel for some sauce or gravy, nothing like a cast iron dutch oven for some delicious stew.
Yeah you lost me as non truth tellers once your chef went to stainless steel and wanted to "teach us" how to "make things not stick" with chicken thighs instead of eggs. If you really wanted to show us not only how awesome your stainless is, but how to work one then your "chef" should've shown how.
That kind of dishonesty is why I usually avoid videos like this, but I was curious. And you proved me right as to why I fly past these.
I can cook on steel w/o eggs sticking. I've been cooking for years.
But most people can't. And you have the balls to not only tell people they're doing something wrong, but then not even show them the right way, but claim you're doing it anyway?! WTF? If you're going to tell somebody they're doing something wrong then at least have the balls to show them how to do it right.
I dont even know what to call people like you.
Not to jump on a couple years after the video, but why not compare it against hard anodized as well? It's also another pan type which while requiring seasoning, does a great job of heat dissipation and avoiding sticking .
I use iron skillets
The trick to a non-stick slide out of the pan breakfast is to use very low heat and a cover over the iron skillet I cook my sausage first and before it’s completely cooked I add my eggs and everything slide right out of the iron skillet right onto my ceramic plates with no sticky mess and very easy cleanup
Low heat with iron skillets work incredibly well
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