This is an easy way to cook thighs. It is the kind of recipe you can adjust easily to your own taste, so I like it. I'm going to say what I did to put out a few more ideas to people who might try this recipe.
I used 2 1/2 cups water, brown rice, 2 cloves minced garlic, olive oil instead of butter since I didn't have much butter around, and I skipped the step with bouillion and 1 tbsp. water.
The extra water is for the brown rice, which needs more water I ended up with a little extra liquid, but it was absorbed when my food cooled off. Next time I will use 2 1/4 cups water. I parboiled the rice for 20 minutes with the bouilion, water, onion, oil, and 2 cloves minced garlic so I wouldn't have to bake it longer, as brown rice takes two to three times longer to cook than white rice.
I removed the skins to cut the fat content and shook lemon pepper on top of the thighs before baking. I also added some sliced chile peppers and fresh parsley before baking because I like heat. If you add fresh parsley, you will get more taste if you add it toward the end of baking, which I forgot to do.
I ended up baking it 45 minutes to make sure the rice cooked through. You won't need to cook it as long if you use small thighs and white rice, though.
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