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Maryland Fried Chicken

Maryland Fried Chicken

By Jane Bartels

1 cut up chicken
bread crumbs and flour mixture….guesstimate…
cut up onions….to taste..I use about two small ones.
Salt and Pepper

dip chicken in 3 cups of milk, then the breadcrumbs/flour mixture.
fry a little bit just to set the crust…Fry in butter and oil mixture…but not alot of grease.
pour the milk into the chicken skillet with chicken.

Cover and bake in OVEN for 1 hour or until this chicken is tender and done.
There is a marvelous gravy that happens…

Serve with Mashed potatoes…This is my FAVORITE chicken recipe and remember it when I was a little girl (in the ice age) in New Jersey.

Jane Bartels….

Southern Fried Chicken

Southern Fried Chicken

By Jane Bartels

1 chicken, cut up and soaked for an hour (or so…) in salted water.

Pat dry.

Same chicken soaked in buttermilk for an hour. (buttermilk: milk with sour cream mixed into it…maybe a 1/2 cup with 2 cups of milk.)

crush potato chips (a bag??) and mix with 1 cup of flour, salt and pepper…

dip into potato chips/flour mixture, into buttermilk again, and flour mixture.

fry in deep oil…until golden brown.


Deep Fried Chicken

Deep Fried Chicken

Deep Fried Chicken

I used tenderloins, but any chicken parts will work. You may need to adjust the cooking time for different sizes. Chicken should be thawed before attempting the process. You can use melted butter or milk instead of eggs.

2 ½ pounds chicken tenderloins
1 cup flour
1 cup bread crumbs
½ cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons onion powder
2 tablespoons garlic powder
1 tablespoon salt
2 or 3 eggs

Pre-heat the deep fryer to 375. That’s the highest setting on mine and, so far, everything seems to call for this temperature.

Put everything except the chicken and the eggs in a gallon size ziplock baggie, close and shake it up until thoroughly mixed.

Beat the eggs.

Dip chicken pieces in the egg. I put several pieces of chicken in at a time. Let the excess egg drip off the chicken.

Drop the chicken in the bag. You can put several pieces of chicken in the bag at once as long as you shake it just enough to cover each one before putting in the next. When you have several pieces of chicken in the bag, hold it closed and shake the crap out of it. You want to coat each piece of chicken completely in the dry mixture.

Place in deep fryer in just one layer. Don’t stack it or overfill. Fry for about 6 to 8 minutes. The coating will turn a dark golden brown. Dump chicken into a large bowl lined with paper towels, or whatever you like to use to soak up excess grease.

Repeat with remaining chicken.

Discard any leftover egg and coating.

This stuff is good served hot or cold. It makes a great main dish, appetizer, leftover, or snack. If you make it with skinless chicken it makes a great finger food. With the skin on it is very messy, but yummy! Make more than you think you need. This is one of those dishes that gets heavily munched, by the cook and anyone else in the house, on as you go!