Southern Homemade Fried Chicken. This is half of the recipe. I would add two stirred raw eggs in a bowl. Now thats some REAL southern FRIED chicken!
This classic recipe is Southern fried chicken at its easiest. Crispy and juicy, it's sure to be a family favorite. Serve alongside mashed potatoes, coleslaw, creamed corn, or another vegetable side dish. You can cook Southern Homemade Fried Chicken using 10 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Southern Homemade Fried Chicken
- Prepare 3 of bone or boneless chicken breast.
- It’s 2 each of eggs.
- You need 2 cup of all-purpose flour.
- It’s 2 tbsp of paprika.
- It’s 1 1/2 tbsp of season-all.
- Prepare 2 tsp of garlic powder.
- You need 2 tsp of onion powder.
- Prepare of salt.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of ground black pepper.
- You need of Louisiana Hot sauce.
This dish calls for bone-in pieces—however, other recipes use boneless chicken breasts or boneless chicken thighs with equally delicious results. If you're looking for a little more spice. Combine KFC's secret recipe for its breading with two cups of flour to thoroughly coat your chicken pieces after dipping in an egg and milk wash. Our most shared fried chicken recipe of all time, this Southern classic is perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
Southern Homemade Fried Chicken instructions
- Mix eggs and hot sauce in bowl. Cut chicken to appropriate size if with bone or leave whole, up to you..
- Set deep fryer to 375°F. Mix flour and all other dry ingredients in large bowl. Sift together..
- Dip chicken in flour. Then into egg wash. Then REDIP in flour..
- Place in fryer. Once the piece floats and has nice crisp brown coating remove and place in container lined with paper towels to wick away extra grease..
- Enjoy. Cooking time may vary with size of chicken piece. Please cut into thickest portions to assure it is fully done..
This recipe will take you back to the days when your mother used to fry her famous chicken. Soak your chicken in buttermilk at least two hours before frying. To Season Or Not To Season. Typically, the way fried chicken is seasoned in the South, depends solely on how you grew-up eating it. Some cooks add herbs to the flour, some marinate chicken pieces in hot sauce, some add more seasonings, in addition to table salt and black pepper for the breading.