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Absolutely OUTSTANDING, hence the 5 stars! I would give it 10, if I could. This is, by far, the BEST chicken recipe out there. Great job, Wildflour, on your concoction. I made chicken breast strips for the family, prepared following your instructions for the cut-up broiler-fryer chickens. I marinted for just two hours and coated the strips in the dry ingredients and then put them back into the buttermilk/hot sauce and once again into the dry ingredients. The strips were nicely crisped. The chicken was moist. The seasonings were right-on. No dipping sauce needed. Thank you for giving us a new family-favorite way to prepare chicken strips. Try this one; you won't be sorry.

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~Srb~ August 11, 2007

Wow, yum! This is great. The buttermilk really does marinate the chicken to create a really lovely moist and tender result. For us I used about 1 kilo of breast fillets cut into bite size pieces. Instead of one bag of flour mix I made up two and took the chicken from the marinade into the first bag, shook it off then into the drained off buttermilk then into the second bag of flour mix and onto the baking paper to sit. I served with baked potato gems and chicken gravox.

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Jewelies June 01, 2007

The Chicken came out lovely. I, as always modified it but the paper bag method is new to me, and I liked it. It makes things alot easier and there's less to clean later. My dish was the hit of the pot luck fundraiser we had to re install the Confederate flag to its rightful place over the state house!

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Ricky R. August 04, 2015

I used chicken tenders and they came out great! Breading is incredibly tasty. I used a little less garlic powder and cut seasoned salt down by half. My kids loved them.

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nmj August 02, 2012

Excellent recipe Wildflour. I didnt have the Italian seasoning so I substitute 1 teaspoon of thyme and increased the cayenne red pepper to 1 teaspoon. Everything else is the same. The chicken came out moist, tender and the crust is SO good!! Thank you for sharing.

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YungB September 30, 2009

Yum yummmmmm!!! We loved it down to the last wing!

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BillieJoeUtah July 17, 2009

Exceptional Southern Fried Chicken! I threw away my other recipes and this is my standard recipe now! Because it was so moist and flavored so well, it went over like gangbusters with my family! Thanks for this one!

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wendyt57 December 19, 2008

This is a great recipe! Thanks

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myla99 December 01, 2008

Excellent chicken!!! Perfection all the way!

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Debbera November 24, 2008

Great flavors in the crust and chicken with all these great ingredients. We loved it. Made as the recipe instructed and the chicken came out full of flavor, tender moist and not greasy. We absolutely loved it! Cindy

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cindymcleod62 May 09, 2008
Grandma's Southern Fried Chicken