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I will never make fried chicken the way I was taught again! This was easy to do and came out perfect! I'm sold!!
Love that I don't have to worry about whether the chicken is cooked. Good flavor. The nutrition info is WAY off. A teaspoon of salt has 2400 mg sodium so there is no way a single leg could have 1084 mg (a chicken leg with skin has less than 200 mg sodium, so I know the increase isn't that). Each drumstick prolly has between 250-500 mg sodium depending on how much breading we pack on.
I have gone from never making fried chicken to using this recipe and loving it. I always thought it was a pain because its hard to tell when the chicken is done on the inside. With this, you know its done from boiling, it just needs a good golden-fried skin. The double dip flour method lends to this.
Wow! Tender Flavorable, EASY TO FIX! I came home to frozen chicken drumsticks. I put on a pot of boiling water, boiled them 15 minutes because they were frozen. I beat 4 egg yolks. I followed the recipe for dipping & frying. I used less oil and kept turning and a bonus. Added sliced mushrooms,sliced green onions, marinated green and red peppers &I drizzled the leftoverbeaten egg yolks, salt and white pepper into the boiling water stock. Quick egg drop soup from the preparation boiling. Cool and save for another meal or add noodles when reheating. The drumsticks were so tender on the inside but fried outside. I will make again. I also gave my family a taste of the soup. Thanks for posting.
This was an awesome recipe, never again will it take so long to fry chicken, I did run out of egg batter so I thinned out the egg batter a bit, but all in all it came out really good, seasoned to perfection this was a good recipe. This really took half the time to cook and I can't stress enough how convenient this recipe is. Give this a try!
Bleh, boiling blanched all of the flavor out. Bland. Maybe it's a joke?