Southern Style Fried Chicken

Southern Style Fried Chicken

By March 4, 2010

Southern cuisine generally refers to food coming from the states south of the Mason-Dixon Line and extending west to Texas. Soul food, Creole, and Cajun are examples of Southern cuisine. In this episode, Chef Jon teaches us how to make fried chicken, southern style!

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Ingredients

Instructions

Wash chicken well. Pat-dry in paper towels. Set aside. In a bowl, combine all marinade ingredients (except milk) together. Marinate chicken in mixture then refrigerate overnight. Pressure cook chicken with marinade and milk until tender. In another bowl, mix eggs, oil and milk. Add flour and whisk together all ingredients until smooth in consistency. In another bowl, combine flour and pepper. Set aside.

Heat oil in a deep fat fryer. Remove chicken from marinade and pat dry. Coat with prepared batter then with breading. Deep fry in hot oil until golden brown in color. Serve hot.

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6 Responses to Southern Style Fried Chicken

  1. Pea Julie Friberg

    where can i find the recipes? i really have to try this… thank you so much

  2. Penny Pena

    Can you give me the ingredients plus the measurement for this recipe? Thanks!

  3. alelie

    ope you give me the recipe of our chicken. I like to try it for my kids baon.

  4. co jo

    something abt a foreign cook telling me how to cook American southern fried chicken….just aint right? would seem a southern belle should be the cook. ya think?

  5. jesse

    thanks so much chef Chua. i triedd it and its really yummy. keep up the good work. cheers. more power to this website.

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