Chipotle BBQ Chicken with Cilantro Lime Rice

Chicken thighs tossed in Chipotle BBQ sauce, adobo sauce, and a touch of lime juice to give a slightly smoky, spicy flavor. The chicken is served with a side of cilantro lime rice and vegetables.


445 CALS





34g 43g 15g


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This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Mat Spackman

    5 stars
    I could have this weekly. Great meal with tons of flavor

  2. Bryan Sieradzki

    5 stars
    Tastes amazing. I literally made 20 servings of this for the week except for the veggies and all ingredients were like $40.

  3. Tara Giordano

    This is the first recipe I tried after joining as a member. It was amazing! The chicken had a ton of flavor and the whole meal came together beautifully. I’m excited to try more recipes!

  4. Jose Camacho

    This taste amazing, however, when I put everything on my app I use “cronometer” for calories. It says that this has 616 calories instead of 445. What app do you use for this ?


    5 stars
    Tastes great, but can’t match your macros when plugging in my own numbers. I get 23g fat which makes a pretty big difference per serving. All the olive oil comes out to 7g fat per serving, what thighs do you use that have less than 8g fat/.5lb raw?

  6. Julien Apprioual

    5 stars
    Hi! We don’t have adobo sauce where i live. Would mariana sauce be a good substitute?

  7. Duffy Magnolia

    I made this and the portions are just too small. It feels like a Lunchables. Tastes good, though.

  8. Aaron Barker

    5 stars
    Tastes great! The theme is the same with a lot of these recipes. Macros just don’t add up. I manually did mine and came out with 635c, 38p, 66c, and 24f. Not sure if I miscalculated somewhere or not. Gotta go back and re add everything up.

    I used G Hughes sugar free BBQ sauce too. So good!

  9. Justin Weiser

    5 stars
    My store didn’t have any chipotle peppers to use the adobo sauce, so I just used Sweet & Spicy BBQ sauce and it came out amazing! This has become one of my favorites so far.

  10. Ronald M Shaw

    5 stars
    Are the green onions just a garnish?

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