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Southern Fried Chicken - 10 Not-So-Secret Herbs And Spices

February 11th 2009 05:35
Colonel Sanders Secret Herbs And Spices
Fried chicken was a popular dish in the southern United States and elsewhere long before ‘Colonel’ Sanders popularized it. In the following recipe and step by step pictures, I demonstrate how to make Southern Fried Chicken using 10 seasonings in the coating. It looks, smells and tastes just like KFC’s fried chicken at a fraction of the cost. If you don't have all the spices, a quality cajun spice mix will have most of them included.
Kentucky Southern Fried Chicken recipe secret ingredients

1 Whole Chicken or chicken pieces
1 Bayleaf
200g Flour
½ tsp Salt
½ tsp Ground blackpepper
½ tsp Ground coriander seed
½ tsp Ground fennel seed
½ tsp Onion powder
½ tsp Garlic powder
½ tsp Paprika
½ tsp Chilli flakes
½ tsp Basil flakes
½ tsp Thyme flakes
outhern fried chicken recipe secret herbs and spices

Partially fill a large pot with cold water, leaving enough room to submerge the chicken.
Add the chicken and bayleaf and bring the contents to the boil.
Reduce the heat and allow it to simmer for 30 -40 minutes. 20 minutes for chicken pieces.
Remove the pot from the heat and allow the chicken to stand in the water for a further 10 minutes.
Blanched whole chicken cut into segments

Drain the chicken, and cut or break the leg and thigh from the body.
Cut these in half at the joint to separate the drumstick from the thigh.
Pull the breasts off the breastbone. Cut the wings off at the shoulder and cut the breasts diagonally into even halves.
Put the flour into a bowl, add the herbs and spices and mix it together.
Coat the chicken pieces in the flour coating while they are still warm. At this point they can be stored in the refrigerator until required or deep fried immediately.
step by step recipe southern fried chicken

Fry the chicken at 160°c for five minutes until golden brown.
Allow to drain for several minutes before serving.
Serve with salad and potato croquettes, and a woody chardonnay. Alternatively, enjoy southern fried chicken with coleslaw, corn cob, potato and gravy and a can of Pepsi.

P.S. The dog can have the bones, as cooked chicken bones do not shatter like raw ones.

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Comment by Anonymous

October 14th 2009 13:55
other way around ... it's cooked bones that shatter

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