Chicken Thighs Napoli, So Easy


Here’s my Italian mom’s chicken recipe–oh, so good comfort food!  Try it and let us know what you think!


8 Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs (can use thighs and legs with skin and bones if you prefer but I don’t)
3 Large Potatoes
One Large Onion
Garlic Salt
Black Pepper
Extra Virgin Olive Oil 


Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Place chicken thighs in a 9×13 baking pan and drizzle lightly with olive oil.  Set aside.

In a mixing bowl, prepare and add:

Cut potatoes in half, longways, then slice so that you have half-moon slices of potatoes about ½” thick.
Slice onion and separate into strips.
Add extra virgin olive oil and toss to coat the veggies.
Generously sprinkle the veggies in the mixing bowl with garlic salt.
Sprinkle lightly with black pepper.
Toss veggies again to distribute the seasonings.
Put contents of mixing bowl (veggies) on top of thighs, spreading out covering thighs.
Bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes.
Open oven and push veggies to sides of thighs, turning veggies a bit.  This leaves thighs exposed.
Bake an additional 30-45 minutes until done.  Keep an eye on timing, depending on size of thighs.  Chicken will be browned.


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Grace currently hails from the shores of North Carolina, a trial retirement location, where she programs and broadcasts a weekly local news show on (all-volunteer) Radio Hatteras. Homesickness overwhelms her many days. A 50-year resident with a heart for Frederick, Grace attended West Frederick Junior and Frederick High Schools. A de facto paralegal from the days when legal secretaries did much research and writing, Grace worked in private law firms. Other employment included IBM, radio, band music, Montgomery County Attorney’s Office, and a long term position with the Montgomery County Council where she retired as a facilities manager. Grace was a minority practical conservative in a liberal charter government. Notwithstanding that environment, Grace is a resourceful, logical, thrifty, innovative, and independent thinking woman--and a great cook! She has been described as “thorough and meticulous.” Having cut her teeth in local government for 28 years, she is well acquainted with the workings of charter government. Grace will share writings of her amusements and observations...and, yes, recipes!