Chicken Fried Chicken
Chicken Fried Chicken
Fun chicken recipes that the children can prepare. They will love smashing the crackers. It doesn't matter whether the measurements aren't ideal You can just make it up! All lovers of fried chicken are invited to join us!

Which oil is better for frying chicken?

! This Chicken Fried Recipe is sure to become your new favorite comfort food! A bath in the juice of a pickle and buttermilk gives a great flavour and tenderness to the crisp chicken. The simple Dredge method results in less mess and a simpler cleaning up. Plus, there's gravy! The chicken is delicious by itself, but it's also great in sandwiches!


      30 saltine crackers

      2 teaspoons flour that is all-purpose

      2 Tablespoons dried potato in flakes

      1 teaspoon of salt that has been seasoned

      1 teaspoon black ground pepper

      1 egg

      6 boneless, skinless breasts of chicken halves

      Two cups of vegetable oil to use for the frying


  1. Put crackers in the bag of a large plastic resealable Seal bag and crush crackers using the help of a rolling pin until they're small crumbles. Add the potato flakes, flour along with the salt and pepper. Mix well.
  2. Beat egg in an shallow dish or bowl. As one by one, dip chicken pieces in egg then put them in a bag with the crumb mixture. Close bag and shake to coat.
  3. In a deep fryer or large pot to 350 ° F (175 degree C).
  4. Turn the chicken often until the chicken is golden in color and the juices flow clear, 15 to 20 minutes.

Editor's Note:

The nutrition information for this recipe include all of the ingredients used to make bread. The amount of breading you consume will vary. We've determined that the nutrition value for oil used for cooking based on the retention rate of 10 percent after cooking. The exact amount can vary in relation to cooking duration and the temperature, density of ingredients and the type of oil employed.

What is the reason it's called "chicken fried chicken"?

The recipe gets its name from the Southern traditional dish, the fried chicken steak. This is a small piece from beef (usually cube-shaped steak) that is then breaded and cooked, much like chicken fried, and served with a white gravy. Instead of using bone-in parts of chicken, recipes for chicken fried chicken typically call for boneless pieces like cutlets, breasts or skinless and boneless thighs.

Do you require buttermilk for marinating your Fried chicken?

Buttermilk is a great way to soften the chicken and also makes it more delicious. If it's difficult to locate in your region and you want to make it yourself, here's the recipe for buttermilk: mix 2 tablespoons of sour-cream with one teaspoon lemon juice with enough milk so as to produce 1 cup of total. This will replicate the consistency, acidity and taste of buttermilk when added in the form of a pinch.

Could you substitute chicken breasts instead instead of chicken thighs in this recipe?

Chicken breasts work perfectly for this Chicken Fried Recipe with just one condition: avoid large pieces. The thighs of a chicken used in this recipe can vary in the thickness (as they do with chicken legs) but are generally less than 1 inch thick. If your chicken is thicker cut it into smaller cutlets that cook in the required time.

What's the secret to make perfect fried chicken?

The key to tasty, crispy chicken is to keep the cooking oil to a high temperature and to prevent the chicken from cooling off too quickly while cooking. The most effective method for doing this is using an instant-read thermometer to keep track of the temperature. Warm the oil until 350 degrees Then add the first two chunks of chicken. The temperature of the oil will be a little lower but that's okay however, you must maintain it at or above 325 degrees. In other words, make sure you don't overload the pan. The chicken will become crispy, golden and delicious.