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seaside2
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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: Anonymous]
      #987270 - 04/06/09 08:26 AM (192.55.208.10)

Peconic,
Try peanut oil. It is used for frying fish and turkeys with quite good success.

Mom always used Crisco and a black iron skillet on a gas stove for her fried chicken. She used, from time to time, some Lowery's seasoning salt (I think that is the right name). Sure was good!!!!!!


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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: seaside2]
      #987292 - 04/06/09 09:18 AM (173.70.202.81)

I'm gonna stick with works for me... It's not like we eat fried chicked everyday...
and it wasn't greasy at all...
Deb always has Crisco around, and we allways have olive oil & canola oil...
I don't need yet another boittle of oil in the cabnet...

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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: peconic]
      #987294 - 04/06/09 09:21 AM (71.176.228.253)

Everything in moderation.

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peconic
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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: GaKaye]
      #987307 - 04/06/09 09:38 AM (173.70.202.81)

If I make this 4 times a year, it'll be a lot!
so many other recipes to try...

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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: peconic]
      #987491 - 04/06/09 02:40 PM (70.19.186.24)

Brian, I made this a while back and it was fabulous. I'd forgotten it was A.B.'s recipe. The buttermilk brining makes it so moist. I used Canola oil.
Good recipe!


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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: peconic]
      #988039 - 04/07/09 12:43 PM (24.187.32.161)

Brian,

I will only add to this that it is best to put the flour in a paper bag, then put the chicken in the bag and shake it to cover. works great and keeps the flour off the kitchen counter.
Bob


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Re: Alton Brown's Fried Chicken Recipe [Re: BobandJeana]
      #988229 - 04/07/09 07:05 PM (173.70.202.81)

Yepr... I had just run out of the bags... otherwise I would have done it that way... worked just fine dredging in a bowl anyway...
brown paper bags for flouring work a lot better than plastic too! that was my grandmothers trick...

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