Southern Homemade Fried Chicken. Heat half the oil in a large frying pan. Take half of the chicken out of the milk, shake off any excess and put in the bag of seasoned flour. Hold the top closed and shake well.
Place on the lined baking tray. Serve with your baked sweet potatoes, cabbage pickle and some salad leaves. Leftover fried chicken can be reheated with good results. You can cook Southern Homemade Fried Chicken using 10 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Southern Homemade Fried Chicken
- Prepare of bone or boneless chicken breast.
- Prepare of eggs.
- It’s of all-purpose flour.
- You need of paprika.
- It’s of season-all.
- You need of garlic powder.
- It’s of onion powder.
- You need of salt.
- It’s of ground black pepper.
- You need of Louisiana Hot sauce.
Take the chicken out of the refrigerator and bring it to room temperature. Place chicken pieces in hot oil. Heat the vegetable oil in a deep pan, until very hot. Dip the chicken thighs and drumsticks in the flour mixture, then in the egg, then in the flour mixture again.
Southern Homemade Fried Chicken step by step
- Mix eggs and hot sauce in bowl. Cut chicken to appropriate size if with bone or leave whole, up to you..
- Set deep fryer to 375°F. Mix flour and all other dry ingredients in large bowl. Sift together..
- Dip chicken in flour. Then into egg wash. Then REDIP in flour..
- Place in fryer. Once the piece floats and has nice crisp brown coating remove and place in container lined with paper towels to wick away extra grease..
- Enjoy. Cooking time may vary with size of chicken piece. Please cut into thickest portions to assure it is fully done..
Serve immediately with favourite sides and enjoy! Add remaining salt and pepper to the flour in a large bowl and dredge the chicken pieces through the flour, then set chicken aside. Heat the shortening or oil in a large, deep skillet on medium-high until it sizzles when a drop of water is added. Korean fried chicken If you like your fried chicken saucy, Korean-style is the way to go. Use chicken wings coated in cornflour for your base, then top with a sweet-spicy-salty sauce of brown sugar, soy sauce, ginger and gochujang chilli.