Saturday, March 7, 2009

Fried Chicken!

When I was growing up, it seemed Sundays were fried chicken day! Now, I make it a bit different than my ma, DEEP FRIED! Oh yeah! I fried chicken for over 2 hours this morning and filled three huge bowls. This is all that's left after everyone dug in! LOL -- Well I think there will still be plenty for tomorrow after church though. ;o)



I know everyone has their special way of cooking chicken, but here's mine....
The secret is Deep Fried and an Iron Skillet. I have a deep iron skillet and I fill it about and inch or so from the top with cooking oil. Get it nice 'n hot now!

Mix up a couple eggs and some milk in one bowl.... in another bowl I toss in flour, some bread crumbs, and lots of spices like garlic, onion, salt, pepper, Mrs. Dash if I have it around.... etc. I don't measure too many things, so like I said, toss it in! LOL

Dip your chicken in the egg/milk mixture, then in the flour -- now dip back in the egg/milk and flour again. Yep, double dippin'! Carefully put chicken in the hot oil, it'll sink to the bottom. As it cooks and gets done, it starts floating a bit. With the deep oil, you don't always have to turn it, but yes, occasionally you do.

When it's done to perfection, I dip out the pieces with a slotted spoon and let that grease drain off. Gather up all those yummy crunchy bits still floating around too! Repeat with more chicken! Enjoy!

Feel free to let me know your special way to fry chicken in my comments!

7 comments:

Doris said...

Oh WOW!! The chicken looks delicious. I must try deep frying.
doris

Barefoot Primitives said...

Yah... may not be super healthy, but oh boy is it finger lickin' good!

The Olde Primitive House Lighting the World One Light At A Time..... said...

That looks wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing!! I'll have to try that one!!

Many Blessings.......
Lori

PrairieCottageRose said...

Oh, yum!! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

Kelly~MysticalEntities said...

Yum Looks delicious Debbie!

lovetheprimlook said...

Looks so good. Thank you for sharing Debbie :)

Angie

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.