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Old 03-27-2012, 02:06 PM   #1
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I love fried chicken and have never had any as good as Momma used to make, except maybe Hopkins. I try using flour and bread crumbs but a lot of it washes off in the oil.

Who has the great fried chicken recipe?

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I love fried chicken!! Here is the recipe I always use http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

The buttermilk helps keep the breading on. Also, if you only use a little bit of oil so the tops of the chicken are still exposed this allows the steam to escape and leaves the breading on. Make some gravy with the "crunches" left in the frying oil. Cook some butter beans and mashed potatoes. Yum Yum!!!
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My wife and I only eat the breast so I debone and cut into strips ,soak in butter milk then just sea salt and shake them in a zip lock bag with flour and drop them in oil at 375 deg. it is in and out fast and sucks up little oil , yet crispy

trying to get away from fried so I tried southalabamaslayer's crab boil then grill and it came out great
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Instead of using flour, try using potatoe chips instead.

Just save the plain chip crumbs from the bottom of the bag(s).

Run them thru the food processor until they are the size of bread crumbs.

But do not ad any salt cause that is already on the chips.
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You can also follow most of the above and put them in the toaster oven on conventional bake. Then you won't mind eating that big bowl of ice cream later

For something a little diff try Panko on them. I don't use it when frying, durn stuff explodes!
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There was a commercial on TV recently that suggested using crushed canned fried onions as a breading on chicken and then baking. Sounded interesting but I haven't tried it yet. I'm also not sure it's any healthier than frying. I really want to try it using grouper rather than chicken.
http://www.frenchs.com/recipe/french...chicken-RE1309
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I love fried chicken!! Here is the recipe I always use http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

The buttermilk helps keep the breading on. Also, if you only use a little bit of oil so the tops of the chicken are still exposed this allows the steam to escape and leaves the breading on. Make some gravy with the "crunches" left in the frying oil. Cook some butter beans and mashed potatoes. Yum Yum!!!
Now that you made me crave chicken, what time did you say we were eating today?
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I take whatever chicken cut I am going to make. I coat it in mustard. If I want spicy I use spicy mustard. Then I dip that in bread crumbs. I have also dipped it in crushed up doritos or potato flakes. Then bake for however long it takes to get the cut done.

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http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/p...ipe/index.html

I have been trying to cut back on fried and I friggin love chicken made this way.
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I try to use only shortening instead of oil to fry chicken. About 1 1/2" deep in a black iron skillet ~12 minutes/side. Seasoned flour, buttermilk, seasoned flour, then skillet.
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Try letting the chicken sit for a while after you batter it. I have had better luck when I put it in the fridge for about 30 min to an hour before cooking.
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