Posted by on Aug 23, 2019 in Main Courses | 20 comments

The Best Buttermilk Fried Chicken!

The Best Buttermilk Fried Chicken!

My latest video! Buttermilk Fried Chicken. Deep fried in a cast iron skillet. Let me know what you think!

The Best Buttermilk Fried Chicken!

My latest video! Buttermilk Fried Chicken. Deep fried in a cast iron skillet. Let me know what you think!

20 Responses to “The Best Buttermilk Fried Chicken!”

  1. Cast Iron Chaos says:

    Errrrr…I don’t think your oil was at really at 350 degrees CELSIUS like
    you said, dude…:)

  2. fakinsupa100 says:

    Yummmmmmmy

  3. Generalcross says:

    nice backsplash

  4. K Shiselle says:

    1/3 cup SALT? dear God.

  5. Sophia Richman says:

    too much pepper added, thats is why the chicken is dark and not golden
    brown…

  6. 1a says:

    I tried to cook my chicken at 350 Celsius as you recommended and it burst
    into flames and turned black! what did I do wrong?

  7. bluepicis says:

    I think is 350 F!

  8. Nick Gibbons says:

    you mean 350 fair n height

  9. nature woman says:

    Far too much salt! I understand that enough salt is needed to help crisp
    the chicken skin/fat, but this amount is crazy. Salt it by, at least, half
    the amount !
    Aside from this, this is one of the better fried chicken recipes on the
    tube.

    • Darryl M says:

      Agreed The second I heard the amount of salt in the flour , I was like
      “Say What” !!!!! 1/3 cup ??? WoW For that amount of chicken vs flour ,
      I’m thinking a good teaspoon more or less… Plus I’d double dip back into
      buttermilk then back into my not so salty flour,,,,,And I’m loving that
      kitchen,,,,,

  10. Darwin Caldwell says:

    Thanks for a very good explanation and simplicity of frying buttermilk
    chicken and also the type of oil being used when frying. Most people aren’t
    aware of the variant oil types and their temperature rating

  11. redd kaiser says:

    he burnt it

  12. christian stiltner says:

    Fail

  13. ThePersonToInspire says:

    He obviously means 350 degrees Fahrenheit, as a Celsius reading of said
    temperature would be roughly 660 degrees Fahrenheit. 

  14. broomsterm says:

    I think the oil should either be Crisco melted down – or beef tallow.

  15. DevoxNZ says:

    Thanks for sharing. One question. Will cultured buttermilk work aswell?