Extra Good Buttermilk Fried Chicken

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This recipe makes fried chicken extra yummy in this recipe for Extra Good Buttermilk Fried Chicken. This website also shows you how to cut up an entire chicken, a culinary skill that is always useful and good to know. As well, the marinate for the chicken is made entirely from scratch and ensures a terrific flavor will infuse the chicken. The recipe recommends brining (or marinating) the chicken for ten to 12 hours; consider putting it in the fridge over night. That makes it easy to prepare it when you are ready without worrying too much about how long the chicken has been in the fridge.

Buttermilk fried chicken may be one of the most popular ways to prepare chicken. The buttermilk provides plenty of flavor and moisture. It can be added at different times, as well. Some people marinate the chicken in buttermilk, and then use fresh buttermilk as part of the dipping and coating process. Other recipes call for buttermilk in only one part of the recipe’s process. Here, buttermilk is not called for in the brine that is used as a marinate for the chicken. Instead, the buttermilk is used as part of the coating. So the buttermilk flavor will be very rich and noticeable in this coating.

Always be sure that your oil is the right temperature for deep frying foods by having a thermometer. Even if you only do a bit of frying, a thermometer can make an immense difference in the cooking of foods. It costs very little, and can often be purchased right from the grocery store. Otherwise, you can go online and purchase one from almost anywhere. So get your thermometer ready, and try this extra good buttermilk fried chicken. You know your family will adore this treat.

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