Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken
Try this Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken recipe and enjoy a decadent treat that you and the family will always enjoy and love. It is hard to turn down fried chicken, since fried foods just taste so darn good. This is a classic Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken recipe that is made using some traditional ingredients. It begins with buttermilk, which is a wonderful ingredient to make this Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken recipe. Buttermilk works wonders on meat, probably due to its rather high acidity. It creates meat that is fabulously tender, and adds a really nice tang to the meat when it is fried. So be sure to marinate this Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken recipe as it is called for, or even longer. You can easily marinate this chicken recipe at least for twenty four hours before frying it up.
The recipe recommends any oil and any seasonings that you enjoy. Try a peanut oil, which is a great frying oil, and adds terrific flavor to the fried food. Of course, there are plenty of other oils that you might also consider for this Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken recipe. We often try to avoid fried foods, and perhaps we do need to be sure to not eat them too often. But many of the oils that we have available today are not loaded with bad fats, and we no longer cook in the famous Crisco fat that our mothers once swore by in their own cooking. And that is a great thing. And some fats are needed in our diets, so perhaps when you want to add a fat, some fried chicken can do the trick.
This Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken recipe is a quick and classic way to make this great meal. Add whatever you like to it. Some people will stick to the traditional mashed potatoes and gravy, which is fabulous, of course, if a rather high fat choice. Baked potatoes with some great greens, such as green beans, or asparagus are equally fabulous, and offer lower fat consumption than the more traditional meal. Once in a while, though, let you and your family just enjoy something that is entirely decadent. And few meals come close to fried chicken and mashed potatoes with gravy. Yum.
This chicken recipe is not difficult to make, but it is one that requires some skill with hot oil, and you also might not want the kids to be in the kitchen as you are preparing this dish. There is often plenty of splattering of the oil, and that can quickly and easily burn tender young skin. Enjoy this great dish soon!
Nutrition Facts for: Tried and True Oven Fried Chicken From Sweet Little Bluebird
Ingredients: Whole chickens, buttermilk, all purpose flour, kosher salt, black pepper.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 10 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 543, Calories from Fat 85, Total Fat 9.4g 14%, Saturated Fat 2.9g 15%, Cholesterol 213mg 71%,Sodium 973mg 41%, Potassium 692mg 20%, Carbohydrates 24.2g 8%, Dietary Fiber 0.9g 4%, Sugars 4.8g, Protein 84.8g, Vitamin A 2%,Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 16%, Iron 21%
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