There are 15 fried chicken recipes. One of them is not enough it seems. One person only experienced chicken when his family brought him to KFC. If your idea of fried chicken comes from Colonel Sanders himself, then there is a great chicken recipe for you. The chicken is put in buttermilk to make it extra tender. The secret to a very crispy crust is to pour a few tablespoons of the buttermilk mixture into the flour.
- Korean fried chicken is different from American fried chicken due to its crispy, lightweight coating—but it’s just as delicious!
- In Japan, their version of fried chicken is called karaage, and is prepared boneless
- Some of the more experimental ways to prepare fried chicken include making it with ramen or corn flakes
“At Serious Eats we’re equal-opportunity fried chicken lovers, and every version and all we really want is two things: juicy meat and a crispy coating.”
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