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    Fried Chicken Receipes

    One of my favorite foods. Sometimes I use thighs, sometimes a whole chicken (parted). Sometimes rolled in Bisquick, mostly straight into the pot.

    And what is "southern" fried chicken?

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    My recipe:

    1) go to Popeyes
    2) order a bucket of spicy chicken and sides of choice
    3) pay
    4) leave with frid chicken
    5) eat it all before you get home!

    Popeyes is the best chain fried chicken ever. I don't think I could beat it.
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    Sounds like a good recipe, no popeyes here so I gues it will Juniors chicken & Waffles

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    My recipe for the breading for southern fried chicken....
    Half and half flour and white cornmeal, 1 TBSP Emeril's BAM, Salt, Pepper.

    Dip chicken in Milk, bread by shaking in a 1 gallon ziplock bag 1/4 full of breading mix and fry in a covered skillet.

    ****Note, pour the milk down the drain after using it for sticking agent for the fried chicken breading. You can also use a beaten egg if you prefer.
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    Mike is like catatonic's, with two exceptions:

    1) KFC... No Popeye's around here
    2) Original Recipe... It's the schniz!

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    Non Tribuo Anus Rodentum and off to the next adventure (RIP) Stacey's Avatar
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    But ya know... back in the day when KFC was first being marketed through Gino's, that was the BESTEST fried chicken ever! When Gino's (may the 'Gino's Giant' rest in peace) went out of business, KFC went downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe
    My recipe for the breading for southern fried chicken....
    Half and half flour and white cornmeal, 1 TBSP Emeril's BAM, Salt, Pepper.

    Dip chicken in Milk, bread by shaking in a 1 gallon ziplock bag 1/4 full of breading mix and fry in a covered skillet.

    ****Note, pour the milk down the drain after using it for sticking agent for the fried chicken breading. You can also use a beaten egg if you prefer.
    Never thought of cornmeal--sounds like a winner, although I'm strictly a salt and pepper type.

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    one of my southern ex-girlfriends used to use crushed cornflakes for the breading. it was pretty good. I have never been able to make fried chicken, it never goes right, either it gets burned or it's raw inside or both. the local grocery makes good fried chicken, I just get that and put some emeril's spice on it.
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    I mix one egg in a bowl of milk, about a cup or so.

    in a large bowl or baggie, I mix flour, (about a cup) a dash of baking powder, tsp black pepper, tsp salt and tsp oregano.

    Wet the chicken in the milk, egg mix, dip it in the flour mix, coat thouroughly (you can use a bag here and just shake it) then place in hot oil filled skillet and fry til golden brown.

    That's the way my mom did it, and that how I used to do it, until I stopped eating much fried food, shortly after college.

    Dayyum I miss that fried chicken. BTW same method works for chicken fried steak, just use some round steak instead of chicken.
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    I just made fried chicken lastnight.
    This is a healthy way of making it. Good for us cyclists. Boyfriend loves the taste too.

    I first skin all the fat off of the chicken this actually helps the flavor get into the meat instead of just on the outside fat area.
    Use cornflakes (crushed) 1cup
    1 egg white mixed with 1TBSP of water.
    1 TBSP of chicken seasoning (I use extra personally)
    2 TBSP of flour.

    Mix all the flour, seasoning and cornflakes together. I put this mixture in a round flat pan like a cake pan or such.

    Once I skinned all the chicken I dip the chicken in the egg/water mixture then roll in the flour, cornflakes and seasoning mix.

    Then bake for 40 minutes at 400 degrees.

    Yummy and very healthy. Its not fried but tastes just like it and its good for you.
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    but the skin is the yummiest part! Many fond memories as a kid of gettinng grounded for eating all the skin off the chicken, and only that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catatonic
    but the skin is the yummiest part! Many fond memories as a kid of gettinng grounded for eating all the skin off the chicken, and only that.
    LOL, you sound like me. I eat all for the meat first and save the crispy skin for last.

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    Southern Fried Chicken
    Mother's recipe
    Soak your chicken in buttermilk for a half an hour before you cook it.
    Salt and pepper in 1/4 bisquick 1/3 flour (optional Grandmother's secret mix of spices added here)
    pull the chicken out of the buttermilk and roll in flour mix, re-dip and repeat
    Deep fry in cast iron skillet until not quite golden, remove & let drain on plate covered in paper towels
    Re-fry until golden brown--Makes it good and crispy, remove & let drain on plate covered in fresh paper towels

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    Marinate in soy or teriyaki sauce,dip chicken into egg batter, then dip into a mixture of flower, crushed corn flakes, crushed walnuts, curryand garlic powder and oregano, then fry.

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    roscoe's Chicken And Waffle Is The Shizznit!!!!

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