This was excellent! Hubby absolutely loved it. My peaches were a little hard, so I through them on the grill for a few minutes to soften them up. That brought out all the juiciness and sweetness in them -- yum! The salsa pairs wonderfully with the chicken. The only thing I changed was that I threw in a little lime zest along with the lime juice as I like the flavor it adds, without the acid. But otherwise I followed the recipe as written. The only thing I would do differently next time is to double (or triple) the salsa. It was really yummy and we ate about 2/3 of it - and I still have 4 chicken thighs left! So I'm going to have to make more!!
Grilled Chicken Thighs with Peach-Lime Salsa
KimberlyInSB Posted: 05/31/14
clc1040 Posted: 06/14/14
In spite of the time requirements this was quite easy. We loved it! I agree that the amount of salsa could be doubled; definitely could use more with each serving.
steponme Posted: 07/21/14
The Peach-Lime salsa was delicious. Thought the chicken was just okay, but with the salsa it's a winner.
Gabbyct Posted: 06/09/14
This is a recipe that is easy to make and delicious- doable for a week night. I used pounded out chicken breast since I didn't have any thighs and it was delicious... I let the breast rest and then sliced it across the grain and added the sauce. I didn't have fresh peaches so defrosted some frozen ones. It wasn't beautiful but tasted delicious. I will make this again. I have to say I am not a fan of what their 4 star rating means.. "worthy of a special occasion" Some things are really good but better than solid and not quite outstanding - worthy of a special occasion makes it seem like it's kind of a pain to make but is good for special things..
JJennifer Posted: 07/19/14
Just enough zing in the very tasty salsa that compliments chicken well.
anealain Posted: 07/28/14
This was a hit with family when I made it, and it was beautiful as well. I will make this again since it was so easy, although I may switch up the salsa a little!