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    Best coating for chicken fried chicken

    30 saltine crackers 2 tablespoons dry potato flakes
    1 teaspoon seasoned salt
    1/2 teaspoon black pepper

    Add all to food processor.




    I add cayenne instead of seasoned salt just because I like the heat.
    Dip flattened chicken breasts in egg. Then coat with crumbs. Fry in oil. I found it on Allrecipes.

    They sell white gravy mixes at our local store that I use for topping. Left overs make good sandwiches.
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    Thanks. That sounds yummy.
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    I use leftover crushed potato chips mixed with grated parmesan cheese.

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    My DIL gave me this recipe and we really like it. 1 sleeve of ritz crackers, 1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese, 1/4 t. garlic powder and 1/4 t. Pepper. This is a good topping for frying or baking. I decided one day to add the crumbs from the cheese it bag. We really liked it, so now I always add cheese it's. But I also add any other cracker crumbs that are left in the bag. Makes for some interesting topping, but I can't duplicate it as I never remember what I have put in it. I also use chip crumbs sometimes for frying and baking chicken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaJ View Post
    30 saltine crackers 2 tablespoons dry potato flakes
    1 teaspoon seasoned salt
    1/2 teaspoon black pepper

    Add all to food processor.




    I add cayenne instead of seasoned salt just because I like the heat.
    Dip flattened chicken breasts in egg. Then coat with crumbs. Fry in oil. I found it on Allrecipes.

    They sell white gravy mixes at our local store that I use for topping. Left overs make good sandwiches.
    Down in Texas I learned a neat substitute for the egg in this recipe. Try using buttermilk (I know, what?) its sounds strange at first, but after one taste, you will understand. It tenderizes the chicken,pork or beef and adds a wonderful complexity to any of them. I have even used it on fish.
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    I use buttermilk to bake and fry many foods. When it calls for milk I usually use buttermilk. It's better for you too.
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    I use jiffy corn muffin mix (dry)
    Cayenne pepper
    Garlic
    Sometimes Ritz crackers, Panco whatever I have on hand
    Dip in buttermilk instead of egg

    Company always ask me to make it if they are coming over for dinner.

    I know it sounds strange to use muffin mix but it's really good.

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    Thank You, I will try this. I use Ritz crackers to coat my pork chops and love the coating it makes. Chicken should be good to.
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    i don't keep buttermilk around, but i may have to try that... thanks
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    i just use flour. flour each piece and add oil to skillet and put in a cast iron skillet and salt and pepper. and fry them that way. frying time 3 hours i like my chicken done and crispy
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    I made some real crispy fried chicken yesterday. Flour and seasoning, i like garlic powder, salt, red pepper flakes because I love my chicken hot, teaspoon of baking powder and egg whites only, NO yolk.
    Dip your chicken in the egg whites, then into the flour mix. SET aside for 15 minutes, letting the flour get sticky. Dip the chicken back into the egg whites and then into the flour mix. Use at least enough oil to cover half of the chicken. Fry on medium to medium high? Watch you heat so that its not so hot that it burns. Covered for the first 10 to 15 minutes. Remove cover and turn chicken, fry until done. I then have a screen top I use so it wont splatter.
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    All of these sounds good.

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    What is the best coating for oven fried chicken?

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    Dip chicken pieces in butter then in crushed saltines.
    Place on foil lined cookie sheet and bake until done.
    Gosh, I haven't made this since the kids left home!

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    Making me so hungry.

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