September 8, 2009
**ADVANCE FOR FRIDAY APRIL 24** **FOR USE WITH AP LIFESTYLES** Peanut butter-chutney barbecued chicken is seen in this Sunday April 12, 2009 photo. This flavorful Peanut Butter-chutney Barbecued Chicken keeps flavor up while reducing fat by serving it skinless. Using bone-in thigh pieces help keep the chicken moist and tender. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe)
Browned and crispy skin gives chicken mouthwatering flavor and, unfortunately, anywhere between 50 and 75 percent of its fat. That's why most health-conscious cooks remove the skin and trim any visible fat before cooking.