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Old 04-09-2011, 03:53 PM   #1
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Need a fried chickin' recipe

Anyone have a kick arse recipe for fried chickin tonight? Im lookin for the crunchy, crunchy kind. Thanks! db
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Old 04-09-2011, 04:36 PM   #2
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Anyone have a kick arse recipe for fried chickin tonight? Im lookin for the crunchy, crunchy kind. Thanks! db

I find that I get a crunchy fried chicken by using pure peanut oil to fry in; make sure your fry pan is deep enough to hold 1 1/2 " to 2 " of oil. Unless of course you have a deep fryer then you can fill as directed. I would rinse chicken and pat dry, roll in flour ( seasoned to your liking ), then buttermilk, then flour again. Let coated chicken sit for about 15 minutes, then drop into hot oil. I also bone the chicken breasts so they don't take as long too cook and don't dry out. Put finished chicken on wire rack to drain. Nice thick, crunchy crunchy coating !

Now, for the BEST EVER fried chicken, brine overnight first, then proceed as above..... it's the best ! My family and friends beg me to make it !

Hope your chicken turns out delicious. Let us know how it comes out and how you prepared it, I'm always looking to improve my recipes!

( I see you're from CO, I'm in CO several times a year, my youngest lives east of Denver; I love Colorado ! )
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Re: Need a fried chickin' recipe

Wow Freiszen bunch of good advice on that one. Thanks.
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Wow Freiszen bunch of good advice on that one. Thanks.

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