Hot & Sticky Thighs For Two Recipe

If you’re a fan of honey, it’s about time you get your arse in gear and use it in more than your tea or on your toast. This is the 21st century; kick it up a notch, pour it on some thighs, and get grilling. You’ll be glad you did.

Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two Recipe

Serves 2


¼ cup honey

½ cup lime juice

1 tablespoon low-sodium soy sauce

½ teaspoon black pepper

¼ - ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper

Pinch of sea salt

6-8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs

A candle, to set the mood


STEP 1: Assemble your ingredients and preheat your grill to medium-high heat.

 Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

STEP 2: In a small bowl, whisk the honey, lime juice, soy sauce, black pepper, cayenne, and sea salt. Whisk it up until it’s smooth. If the honey won’t dissolve, just sweet-talk it a bit. You catch more bees with honey, right?

 Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

STEP 3: Tenderly place the thighs in a deep baking dish. Be gentle. Drizzle the marinade over top of the thighs, creating a sweet bath of goodness. Turn the thighs to ensure they’re sufficiently covered. You don’t want to ignore them, do you?

 Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

STEP 4: Cover the dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.

 Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

STEP 5: Clean your preheated grill and then brush it with a wee bit of oil, so the grill is all glistening and majestic. Gently place the thighs on the glistening grill.

 Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

STEP 6: Cook the thighs for about 12 minutes, flip, and continue to cook until juices run clear and the chicken is cooked through.

 Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

STEP 7: Place the thighs on a serving dish, ready to impress your significant other, and serve them (the chicken, not your significant other) with a nice salad and maybe some quinoa or something. Impress them with your ability to pronounce “quinoa” (keen-wah), and earn extra points if you serve it up on a plate with a bee painted on it.

Hot & Sticky Thighs for Two

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