Pics of my Maryland Fried Chicken and my Smoked Spicy Fried Chicken and sides

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Re:Pics of my Maryland Fried Chicken and my Smoked Spicy Fried Chicken and sides 2010/11/10 13:04:57 (permalink)
Rusty246

Can we have the batter/breading recipe start to finish???  I've fried ALOT of chicken in my time, mostly just flour, s & p.  Rarely I'll do an egg wash then flour.  I want my chicken to look like that!  Please and thank you.  And, I mostly deep fry also.

marinate in buttermilk a few hours
flour and finely ground up unseasoned corn chips along with all purpose flour seasoned with poultry seasoning, granulated garlic, s & p
some flat beer
eggs
combine the flour, cracker, seasonings
combine buttermilk, beer, beaten eggs
dredge the chicken once in the liquid then the flour
let sit in cooler at least 1/2 hr
repeat dredging
deep fry at 375 approx 10 min till a golden brown-temp the breast the first time you do this, people send back underdone chicken 100% of the time
Let me know it works for you!


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Re:Pics of my Maryland Fried Chicken and my Smoked Spicy Fried Chicken and sides 2010/11/10 13:21:30 (permalink)
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Re:Pics of my Maryland Fried Chicken and my Smoked Spicy Fried Chicken and sides 2010/11/12 09:19:28 (permalink)
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Rusty246

Can we have the batter/breading recipe start to finish???  I've fried ALOT of chicken in my time, mostly just flour, s & p.  Rarely I'll do an egg wash then flour.  I want my chicken to look like that!  Please and thank you.  And, I mostly deep fry also.

marinate in buttermilk a few hours
flour and finely ground up unseasoned corn chips along with all purpose flour seasoned with poultry seasoning, granulated garlic, s & p
some flat beer
eggs
combine the flour, cracker, seasonings
combine buttermilk, beer, beaten eggs
dredge the chicken once in the liquid then the flour
let sit in cooler at least 1/2 hr
repeat dredging
deep fry at 375 approx 10 min till a golden brown-temp the breast the first time you do this, people send back underdone chicken 100% of the time
Let me know it works for you!

CTF, I get the jest of it BUT, is "cracker" the ground corn chips??
 
Thanks!
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Re:Pics of my Maryland Fried Chicken and my Smoked Spicy Fried Chicken and sides 2010/11/12 10:21:56 (permalink)
YUMMMMO.
We don't get anything like that in WI.  Not that I have seen.  Awesome pics!
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Re:Pics of my Maryland Fried Chicken and my Smoked Spicy Fried Chicken and sides 2010/11/12 12:45:22 (permalink)
Rusty246

chewingthefat

Rusty246

Can we have the batter/breading recipe start to finish???  I've fried ALOT of chicken in my time, mostly just flour, s & p.  Rarely I'll do an egg wash then flour.  I want my chicken to look like that!  Please and thank you.  And, I mostly deep fry also.

marinate in buttermilk a few hours
flour and finely ground up unseasoned corn chips along with all purpose flour seasoned with poultry seasoning, granulated garlic, s & p
some flat beer
eggs
combine the flour, cracker, seasonings
combine buttermilk, beer, beaten eggs
dredge the chicken once in the liquid then the flour
let sit in cooler at least 1/2 hr
repeat dredging
deep fry at 375 approx 10 min till a golden brown-temp the breast the first time you do this, people send back underdone chicken 100% of the time
Let me know it works for you!

CTF, I get the jest of it BUT, is "cracker" the ground corn chips??

Thanks!

Yes it is...use ground up Ritz, or Triscuit, anything with a slight crunch.

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