Having three chicken thighs, I made about a third recipe by weight. (For some reason, they've started packaging Label Rouge—free-range—chicken thighs three to a package rather than four. Very annoying.) The chicken is browned in butter and olive oil, then set aside. Most of the fat is removed from the skillet, and onions are garlic are added to the remaining bit. When they are soft, some tomatoes that have been peeled, seeded, and chopped (I saved two out of the batch I was working on for this), along with a bit of tomato paste, chicken stock, and a cinnamon stick are stirred in. The browned chicken is returned to the skillet, covered and simmered for 30 minutes.
This dish is typically served with any kind of pasta (I used tagliatelle), accompanied by freshly grated kefalotiri or Parmesan. Tonight it was Parmesan. One day I'm going to find some kefalotiri in a shop or market and buy a chunk to try.
I was specially intrigued by the tomato sauce with cinnamon, which seemed to me an unusual combination. Neither of us could taste the cinnamon in the finished dish, though, so that was a bit disappointing.