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Check out the Tasty One-Stop Shop for cookbooks, aprons, hats, and more at TastyShop.com: http://bit.ly/2mEBY0e Here is what you'll need! Skillet Chicken Thighs with Pan Sauce Servings: 2 INGREDIENTS 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 PREPARATION 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! Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/19125 MUSIC Pink Tiger Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc.
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Text Comments (1449)
TheSingularity (2 days ago)
Omg marry me.
allflying3 (2 days ago)
What about, the stone pan?
ALFJAMXA James (2 days ago)
Wowwwwwww I never considered stainless steel cook ware. I just bought a cast iron pan. I use non stick pans mostly.
Tony Bob (4 days ago)
I was about to throw my iron pan out, now I will give it another chance :)
Gokul Raj (6 days ago)
Anybody saw this after a PUBG match? 😂
Inggrid Stefany (6 days ago)
The ending song its so sexy....
Marco Fernandez (6 days ago)
Thanks 😃
Solaris Orchestra (7 days ago)
What I would like to know is also about those pans that are made of glass or Ceramic
Alisha Aziz (7 days ago)
I keep burning the sides of my stainless steel
rob1811 (8 days ago)
What about stone?
Alankrita Turaga (10 days ago)
Ppl After watching this video, plz watch this video as well.... https://youtu.be/_eljsPT1Qws
Sittirat T. (11 days ago)
what bout carbon steel?
Rajkumar Harikrishnan (13 days ago)
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Ranajith Tejas Naik (14 days ago)
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MacTechG4 (16 days ago)
The answer is simple; CAST IRON! END OF LINE.
Vick s (23 days ago)
Very helpfull👌
Just A German (1 month ago)
This video is for all the pansexuals out there
Jimmi B (1 month ago)
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.
Kimberly Suarez (1 month ago)
I’ll use them as a drying pan :D
Happy Face (1 month ago)
Did ypu forget 2 cover a drying pan from brock
Rhyperior Ranger (1 month ago)
I’ll use my trusty frying pan, as a DRYING pan
bluefireflower (1 month ago)
Tasty: which pan is right for u? Me: All for one. One for all.
Ananthu Xtreme (1 month ago)
Robert Pruitt (1 month ago)
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.
Robert Pruitt (1 month ago)
@Any One I'm aware it's the wrong way. Which is why I mentioned it when they said a stainless pan can do everything a non-stick can do. You can actually do that in a non-stick pan.
Any One (1 month ago)
"crack an egg into a cold stainless pan and slowly heat it" Be the wrong way to cook an egg in a SS pan. Heat the pan on low, then add butter then egg. Glides in the pan.
catklyst (1 month ago)
The Chad stainless steel.
KitrysFlight (1 month ago)
2:26 "once the chicken begins to pull away from the pan"? No offence but wtf does that even mean?
KitrysFlight (1 month ago)
@Kimilsungia thank you good sir
Kimilsungia (1 month ago)
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".
SomeRandom Guy (1 month ago)
Did you season that chicken
Maximus Productions (1 month ago)
A Bullet proof Pan is right for me
eking11 (1 month ago)
I know damn well that chicken isn't done, you can even see the red near the bone. You gotta bake them for at least 30 mins.
Carl 8 (1 month ago)
i love pan cake....
December Blue (1 month ago)
What about ceramic pans? Are they good for beginners?
ktkrap (1 month ago)
Steel industry ftw
Anitha B (1 month ago)
Could you pls provide the brand and specifications of the SS pan and cast iron pans used in the demo. Would the SS pan be nonstick even for pancakes?
Any One (1 month ago)
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.
Patrick Schmidl (1 month ago)
Whichever frying pan I get, I'll use it as a drying pan.
JMPX (1 month ago)
1:49 risOttO
Lou (1 month ago)
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.
Any One (1 month ago)
If you haven't gotten one yet you might check out the following link. It's for a 5lb 9.4" 5mm thick, 7-ply Demeyere SS skillet for $99, which is a loss-leader as they list for over $200. It's one to carry though life with you, really, pays you back every time you use it! https://www.amazon.com/Demeyere-Atlantis-Proline-Stainless-Steel/dp/B076NK5S34/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=9.4+inch+Demeyere+pan&qid=1560977065&s=gateway&sr=8-2 For a second size frying pan, you might like this excellent non-stick (5-ply SS with triple coat non-stick) 12.5" skillet by Made-In company: https://madeincookware.com/products/non-stick-frying-pan
Parag Gupta (1 month ago)
I thot PUBG has introduced 3 pan types... :-D
Nam Tran (29 days ago)
Not everything that exists in your buggy season pass bullshit game is relatable irl, for fuck's sake.
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Krazy Kanuck (1 month ago)
I prefer 100% Copper over stainless or cast iron. I also have a cast bronze pan, which is much like cast iron, but it wont rust.
Wtf cast iron pans are affordable, a decent or Creuset is $200
666dynomax (1 month ago)
everyone should own one cast iron pan? LOL I have 7... and need 3 more hahahaaa
Gringo Sinting (2 months ago)
I'm a wok guy
Blue Clouds (2 months ago)
Stainless steel pans & pots are the healthiest tools to cook your food with.
Any One (1 month ago)
Agreed. Demeyere takes it one step further by applying their Silvanox treatment to their pans, which among other things prevents the possibility of nickel leaching into the food from the SS.
Lego Burst (2 months ago)
*i will use my frying pan as a drying pan*
Don Wald (2 months ago)
So stainless is a poor imitation cast iron .........
arch pineda (2 months ago)
I like the pubg pan because it can block bullets
Tj H (2 months ago)
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.
Danimal Planet (2 months ago)
Teflon kills. Cast iron and stainless and proper seasoning will do the job. Leave "C8" and "Gen X" out of your food.
Batman 01 (2 months ago)
The one that deflect bullets...
David Joon Yi (2 months ago)
Awesome Video!!!! Keep the Work!
Chantel Chandler (2 months ago)
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.
Liscan Lady (2 months ago)
Daniel Handika (2 months ago)
use wok. done
xSamura (2 months ago)
Very fucking usefull video.... NOOWWW where is the Ceramic, Copper, and Diamond pans video
Hieu Duy (2 months ago)
Fun fact cast iron pan can block bullet
Tom Garnes (2 months ago)
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 .
Shyam : (2 months ago)
Peter Pan
SaltySouls (2 months ago)
What about carbon steel
sirfancypants Mcgee (3 months ago)
Its called a fond.... A foundation is for houses...
Fransis Black (3 months ago)
_BRAND.?? 1:53 thank you.
MightyJoeYoung (3 months ago)
I have the granite-rock pan, best pan I've ever used.
Chén-Xī Tián (3 months ago)
I like to use copper pan
Sandra An (3 months ago)
Should add how different material affect your health. Like the cover of non stick pan
QuickScope1597 (3 months ago)
Me: Watches video about deathstep pan snare YouTube: reccomends this video
Mohd Saad Mohd (3 months ago)
Which one blocks bullets?
-- (3 months ago)
My choice is PUBG PAN!
VvultasS (3 months ago)
Carbon steel trumps them ALL!
Carla Merely (3 months ago)
I loved the trick of the sauce nice
Flying Nihilist (3 months ago)
What about ceramic pans?
Mohammed Arqam (3 months ago)
Seriously i never looked cooking but i fell in love with just because of u Mom Not tasty 😂 Jk Tasty helped me a lot to learn Thank u
Mohammed Arqam (3 months ago)
And they even block bullets even the Magnum
Denny Crane (3 months ago)
She's hot as fuck
Ace A (3 months ago)
n01ded (3 months ago)
Alexis so foine.
2PacPRNDL (4 months ago)
Pans? I'll stick with my plate and microwave
Red (4 months ago)
Hur Guler (4 months ago)
Cast iron cooking tastes better.
Данил Бехтер (4 months ago)
What exactly is the problem with high temperatures for nonstick pans?
Zheng Yang Wang (4 months ago)
I think non. You don't need high heat for a non stick pan. The high heat is to make sure the food doesn't stick know your cast iron/stainless steel pan
Salieri Amadeus (4 months ago)
Stainless Steel retains around 15-25% of the food’s nutrients. Iron-cast and Clay are the best. Both take longer time to cook the food in them and do not burn away most of the nutrients.
Yahia Olama (4 months ago)
Great video, thank you.
heathmcrigsby (4 months ago)
Yo how you doin?
Aaron E (4 months ago)
Works with induction cookers too!
Lawrence Patrick (4 months ago)
I wish I had known how to use stainless steel long time ago when I was cooking more.
Daniel Clooney (4 months ago)
Don't stainless pans such as All Clad need to be seasoned with oil and salt?
Maya Gatzemeyer (4 months ago)
I don't have a gas stovetop so how can I even use a cast iron
Johnny Blaze (4 months ago)
Any and all Non-Stick pans should be thrown out IMMEDIATELY unless you want more PTFOA or PTFE (another words, cancer) that is most likely already inside you.
Pablo Bianchi (3 months ago)
There are some non-stick pans (ceramic, titanium) that they not mention and doesn't have PFOA / PTFE.
Tommy BRO (4 months ago)
My classmate laughs when he saw me watching a cooking channel since I'm a male. I called it sexist.
Tommy Sikula (3 months ago)
I'll take "things that didn't happen for $500, Alex."
moonlight _ (4 months ago)
The left one
ThinkingOutLoud (4 months ago)
What are your thoughts on high carbon steel? I’m told that’s the pan most often used by professional cooks. And that’s what woks are made out of too.
Jamie Smith (4 months ago)
Very helpful! Thank you!
Shawn Duncan (4 months ago)
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
Bijan Turkcan (4 months ago)
GLASS AND CERAMIC, forget everything else.
Willie Wee (4 months ago)
It's 2am, I have 1 exam in 5 days, an essay due in 7 days, and work in 6 hours but I am awake, on youtube watching pans.
Ultimate Tensile (4 months ago)
What about titanium pans ?
Chris Sandoval (4 months ago)
ok, please correct me if i'm wrong, so iron and steel pans are identical in the kitchen?
Steel is harmful as aluminum cook ware
Armor InterGalactic (5 months ago)
somebody get this chef a sammich ...  and tell her we home cooks are FOND of her foundation
Croydonjohnny (5 months ago)
Really helpful video. It has helped me decide to buy my first stainless steel pan.
MA (5 months ago)
I hate when I click on a tasty video and she is the one doing it. Looks too much like my ex haha
Saul Urena (5 months ago)
Never use those Teflon pans. Do yourselves a favor

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