49 Reviews

Aha! Someone stole my recipe! I've been using something close (the recipe, not the method) to this for some time now and it is my favorite. A couple of twists on the theme... 1. I use a packet of powdered chicken bouillon in my flour mix for more savory taste....especially if you are using the frozen chicken parts. 2. For one flavor variation of mine, I add about a tsp or less of curry powder to the flour mix...not enough for an East Indian taste, but as a nice spice. 3. Another flavor is to crush just a small amount (a big pinch) of anis (anisette) in a mortar&pestle and add that to the flour. This flavor is very popular here in the Caribbean...in fact I think this is one of the secrets of KFCs recipe. Sounds weird, but try it! 4. And, of course, MORE salt and black pepper! -Bill Vieques, PR

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exray August 31, 2001

I added cayenne and increased the spiceyness but otherwise followed the recipe and it was great. Can't believe I made fried chicken (first time its been edible)!

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JoAnn Toczek July 05, 2001

I've been using this same recipe for years and if you are going to take the time to make fried chicken, this is the recipe to use! Absolutely delicious! No doubt about it!

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Bev February 21, 2002

Breading on this chicken was delicious. I finished mine in the oven on 350 for about 35-40 minutes.

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nmj July 13, 2011

This is a great fried chicken recipe. I made this last night for dinner and we enjoyed it very much. I was a bit leary about "crowding" the pieces after browning but it turned out great. And it makes fantastic gravy after frying. I will use this again adn again, thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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mommyoffour October 09, 2009

Super juicy and delicious! I used boneless skinless chicken breasts and fried them until golden brown. Placed them in the oven for about thirty minutes and was amazed and how great they were. Thank you!

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chef-notsomuch September 07, 2009

We loved this chicken! The only change I made was to add Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning to the flour mix. It gave it a little kick and worked nicely with the other ingredients. We will have this again soon, as everyone ate it like there was only one piece left! Thanks KC!

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ImACookingDiva September 25, 2008

This is delicious Fried Chicken, I usually don't make fried chicken,But Dh was wanting fried chicken. So I decided to try your Recipe. It is great, fairly easy to make and has a good taste. I made it just like the recipe said. DH loved it.

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Barb Gertz April 25, 2003

Excellent fried chicky recipe! Moist and tender on the inside and crunchy on the outside, just like fried chicken should be. I served it along with mashed potatoes and gravy and corn on the cob. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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Sheri-BDB April 08, 2003

Something missing in the flour,everything else was simple and turned out crunchy (I used legs), but just needed something. If anyone else does it let the rest of us know what to add to the flour. I read the other comments again but nothing really different to change the flavour much. I will deffinetly do again.

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ginka February 24, 2002
Buttermilk Southern Fried Chicken