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How to Make Crispy Fried Chicken

How to Make Crispy Fried Chicken

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Discover the technique for making amazing crispy fried chicken. This top-rated recipe is easy; what's challenging is mastering the technique. In this video, you'll see how it's done! This recipe incorporates all the fried-chicken lessons learned over the course of many years of experimentation.

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29 Responses to “How to Make Crispy Fried Chicken”

  1. Allrecipes says:

    Thanks for your question, Ushould Seewhatikeep. Both buttermilk and eggs
    may be used to hold the seasoned flour mixture onto the chicken pieces.
    It’s really a cook’s preference about which to use–and there are lots of
    opinions on which is best! Hope you give the recipe a try. Let us know how
    your chicken turns out.

  2. Chanel Yusooncho says:

    Can we use just milk instead please reply I really dont know :-)

    • Allrecipes says:

      You can change milk to buttermilk by adding 1 teaspoon of vinegar to 1 cup
      of milk, and then letting it sit 5 to 10 minutes so it thickens a little
      bit, Chanel Yusooncho. This will be more flavorful than just using regular
      milk.

  3. Fokhor Uddin says:

    We can also use milk

  4. Phil Dodo says:

    next time use your fingers to eat fried chicken !!!!

  5. Preston gamer20 Tukay says:

    TATS THE BEST BIG BRO

  6. Coco Spacey says:

    Can you put the chicken in the oven?

  7. antonio ruiz says:

    thank you..!!

  8. james b says:

    I marinate my chicken in flavored buttermilk for at least 12 hours.
    Add franks hot sauce, buttermilk, garlic powder, onion powder, and some
    lawery seasoning salt to buttermilk. Mix it well and add chicken making
    sure all is covered. Leave in fridge at least 8 hours. Take chicken out of
    buttermilk and wash it off with cold water, then dry with paper towel, as
    dry as you can get it. Dust chicken lightly with salt and let it air dry
    30min. Next coat chicken with a thin coating of shifted flour, cornstarch,
    and baking powder, three cups flour 1/3 cup starch, 2 tbsp bpowder. The
    dryer the chicken before this coating the better. Pat off excess coating.
    Next add chicken to a eggwash, then into some flavored flour, unshifted,
    add paprika , black pepper, lawreys seasoning salt and HABENERO pepper
    powder to flour. Coat well and let sit until pasty texture at least an
    hour. Make sure chicken is at room temp then Fry as normal and do NOT use
    paper towels on finished chicken, use wire rack. Enjoy popeys cloned
    chicken.

  9. Fokhor Uddin says:

    What is paprika

    • Allrecipes says:

      Excellent question, Fokhor Uddin. “Paprika” is a powder made by grinding
      aromatic sweet red peppers pods. The flavor ranges from mild to hot, and
      paprika is used as both a garnish sprinkled on top of foods to add color
      and eye appeal, and an ingredient used to flavor foods. The color may range
      from bright orange-red to a deep red. Paprika can come from Spain, South
      America, California and Hungary. Many people believe the best comes from
      Hungary.

  10. Sumedh Nandedkar says:

    Adding onion powder and garlic powder to the flour will enhance the taste!

  11. angelo karl canaleta says:

    Can i use paper towel?

    • Allrecipes says:

      Do you want to use the paper towels to cover the chicken pieces when
      they’re sitting on the baking sheet while the batter sets, angelo karl
      canaleta? This will be fine. The idea is to protect the batter until the
      coating “hardens” slightly and becomes “paste-like” so it will stay on
      while cooking. Here’s a link to the original recipe so you may review the
      instructions: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/8805/crispy-fried-chicken/

  12. Amazing Gamer says:

    Thanks i’m gonna eat it right know when its done mmmmmmm

  13. Jordan Robinson says:

    Thanks huge fan of you

  14. Ushould Seewhatikeep says:

    whats the diff between using buttermilk and eggs?

  15. Jordan Robinson says:

    love your channel huge fan

  16. Marinas mm says:

    I tried it and it was delicious thanks for sharing this video 

  17. SENGIN says:

    add some cornflakes to the flour it will be very crispy and crunshy and
    before frying the chicken, cook the chicken 10 min. in water 

  18. HcoreGamer 4 says:

    Can we do the same in the Philips Airfryer?

  19. Suhail Rehman says:

    This looks very close to KFC chicken. Thanks a ton for the recipe.

  20. ali khan says:

    Add bread crumbs and crushed cornflake to mke it more crispy…