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Fried Chicken


Source: Casual Cuisines of the World - Diner
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Rating: 4
by: denise Reviewed: 07/05/2013
My 7 year old liked it...
After reading the other 3 reviews I tweaked the recipe just a smidge. I paid no attention to exactly how much vegetable shortening I put in as long as it was enough to cover at least half of the chicken. Also I used drumsticks and wings instead of breasts and thighs, and lastly I turned that chicken every couple of minutes. I thought I tasted great and my 7 year old daughter (who is very picky) also liked it and told me to make it again.
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Rating: 4
by: jerry Reviewed: 05/31/2011
chicken
The only thing that I found was how the chicken should be handled in the frying pan. To keep the coating from burning before the chicken is done requires multiple turning during the cooking process. Leaving one side down for 1/2 the time will cause the skin to blacken and ruin the taste. Also, how do you feed 6 with 8 pieces of chicken and show two pieces on the serving plate?
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Rating: 1
by: rick Reviewed: 05/31/2011
This is not fried chicken
This is a disaster when it comes to fried chicken. The crust is almost black. You can not fry foods properly unless you use a deep fryer. I added backing power (1/2 tsp) to the dry ingredients to make the skin crispy, and cooked in oil for 4 minutes per side, finished in oven at 400 degrees. Crust is golden brown, crispy, and only used 1 cup oil.
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Rating: 1
by: Mark, NV Reviewed: 05/05/2009
Southern Fried Chicken No-way!
I followed the recipe exactly, using a thermocouple thermometer to moniter the temperature of the frying oil. The result does not resemble Southern Fried chicken in the slightest way. The indicated temperature, 365 d F, would be correct for deep frying, except the presence of a milk product in the batter makes the crust turn black or dark brown, a very unappetizing appearance. Even if cooked at a lower temperature, say 330 dF, the texture of the crust is not as light and crisp as should be.
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