This is known as “Granny Snider’s Chicken” in Cordon’s family after her great-grandmother and has been a staple of family meals on her mother’s side for longer than she’s been alive. Her grandmother, lovingly called Mamama, must have made it hundreds of times for her children and grandchildren, so this dish is dedicated to her. It’s slow cooked in a tangy sweet mixture of lemon, vinegar, mustard and butter until the chicken is so very tender and is always eaten over rice. You’ll see why this dish is a tradition. Heat up in a saucepan or in an oven-safe container in the oven and make sure to order some rice this week to go with it.
Bone-in Chicken Thighs** | Lemon | Apple Cider Vinegar* | Coconut Sugar* | Mustard | Paprika* | Butter*/*** | Black Pepper* | Sea Salt (* = organic, ** = Bell & Evans, antibiotic/hormone-free and humanely raised, *** = DAIRY)