Buttermilk Ranch Oven Fried Chicken
This Buttermilk Ranch Oven Fried Chicken is sure to become you new favorite. This recipe idea makes for a quick and easy dinner idea any night of the week. The chicken is juicy and moist on the inside and crunchy on the outside, just the way you want it. To start the chicken is marinated in buttermilk and ranch seasoning all day, or minimum an hour. Then the breading is a package of corn muffin mix and a few seasonings. It's that easy. The chicken gets a nice amount of sweetness from the corn muffin mix, a bit of tang from the buttermilk, and lots of ranch flavor. This buttermilk recipes how to make is the perfect addition to any dinner table. A few tips you will want to consider when making this chicken recipe idea is when you are removing the chicken from the buttermilk you want to shake off all the excess buttermilk. Because if you don’t, the coating might fall off when the chicken is baking. And the longer the chicken marinates in the buttermilk; the better the recipe will be. This chicken can be made with skinless chicken pieces or with the skin-on, whatever you prefer. A good idea is to leave the skin on the drumsticks but remove it from the thighs and chicken breasts. Another tip if you don't have any buttermilk in the fridge, you can substitute one tablespoon of distilled white vinegar into a glass measuring cup and add one percent milk to equal one cup. Then stir the two together and let sit for five minutes until the milk thickens and curdles.
More and more, people are becoming concerned about where their food comes from, how it’s been raised and what it’s been fed. You might feel overwhelmed when you go into the grocery with all the different food labels to choose. For chicken to be certified organic, the farms where the chicken is raised must follow a set of strict guidelines and be inspected annually by a third-party certification body to ensure that those standards are met. The standards that they must follow include that the birds be raised organically no later than two days after they hatch. The chicken must be fed certified organic feed for their whole lives.
The organic feed cannot contain any animal by-products, antibiotics or genetically engineered grains and cannot be grown using persistent pesticides or any chemical fertilizers. And it is prohibited to give the chicken any drugs, antibiotics or hormones to the organic birds. The Federal regulations for organic chickens prohibit the use of any hormones in the raising of poultry. And all chickens must have access to outdoors.Thank you to Trish at the "Mom on Time Out" site for sharing this buttermilk recipes how to make for buttermilk ranch oven fried chicken. On her site you will find everything from recipes, holiday ideas, craft ideas, DIY does it you ideas and more. Some of the recipes you will find include appetizer, slow cooker, entree, desserts, beverage recipes, bread and more. *
Nutrition Facts for:Buttermilk Ranch Oven Fried Chicken from Mom on Time Out
Ingredients: Chicken, ranch salad dressing and seasoning mix, buttermilk, corn muffin mix, salt, pepper, paprika.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 642, Calories from Fat 130, Total Fat 14.5g 22%, Saturated Fat 5.0g 25%, Cholesterol 241mg 80%, Sodium 2835mg 118%, Potassium 702mg 20%, Carbohydrates 31.5g 10%, Dietary Fiber 0.7g 3%, Sugars 11.0g, Protein 92.4g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 20%, Iron 20%
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