Re:best broasted chicken
Reading this makes me think of when I decided to do our own secret recipe for pressure fried chicken. Took me a long time to get it the way I wanted it, sort of KFC, but KFC as I remember it from the early days. It is my most guarded secret recipe, but it would never have been possible without pressure frying. The combo seems to go very well together, chicken, spiced coated flour and a pressure fryer. Broaster from Wisconsin sells a franchise, Henny Penny was, I believe the first company to make a commercial pressure fryer and I believe still supplies the KFC franchise, but anyway their equipment is top quality and a lot of their base products are resold refurbished with updated controllers. For home use I developed our spice blend using Fagor standard pressure cooker/fryers, a great product also, and about the only stove top pressure cooker that can be used for pressure frying. The other product that does well in a pressure fryer is potatoes, Shakeys has a potato product that used to sell very well, I forget the name of the original, but I make those once in a while at home never went well beyond my home fryer though. Have not had the Broaster brand chicken in many years, would be fun to taste their coating again.