A Quick Fried Chicken

This is probably the most basic and simple fried chicken recipe I can think of, which is a good thing for various different reasons. You can add almost any number of different spices and ingredients to the seasoning recipe to alter the flavour of the meal, or you can leave it as is to be certain that the flavour of the chicken is never over-run by ingredients. Use your own discretion when seasoning this chicken. Potatoes, grits, coleslaw, or any other basic country side dish goes well with fried chicken. In fact, the chicken itself could be a side dish if you so desire! Remember: this recipe is the very paragon of versatile! Make whatever side dish you feel like! For beverages, grab some beer or juice.

Simple, unrefined drinks will fit right in with this meal. Stick to your family favourites! Fine wines would be simply out of place! The main advantage to cooking fried chicken is that the preparation takes the same amount of time no matter how much chicken you cook. If you are unsure of how many people will be eating with you, this meal is ideal, because you can accommodate any number of diners with minimal effort. The flavour is also very universal. No one will think the meal is unappetising unless they are a vegetarian, so you do not have to worry about other people's personal preferences! All in all this is pretty much a perfect recipe for all kinds of occasions like gatherings, or just simple family dinner. You can serve it whenever you don't have time or want to "get away" with something simple and still get people asking for more! Ingredients: 3 chicken breasts 3 teaspoons seasoned salt 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 cup all purpose flour 1 cup vegetable oil Instructions: 1.

Mix the salt, garlic, and flour together in a wide bowl. 2. Roll the chicken in the seasoning mix until it's well covered.

3. Sprinkle more seasoning on the chicken, or shake off any excess, depending on your preference for breading density. If you wet the chicken slightly before dipping, more seasoning will stick. On the same note, patting it dry with a paper towel will minimise the breading content. 4. Pour your oil into a frying pan and heat on med-high for 5 minutes.

5. Fry chicken in the hot oil until it is golden brown. 6. Remove the chicken to a plate with many paper-towels to absorb as much oil as possible before consumption.

AceCooking AceRecipes SimpleCooking SpecialRecipes AllCooking


Christmas Recipes Cakes Tarts No of Mincemeat Marzipan Tart - Christmas recipe serves: 8 calories per serving: 780 preparation time: 1 hour and chilling cooking time: 45 minutes suitable for freezing after step 4 Christmas recipe ingredients: * white flour, plain 225 g (8 oz) * salt, a pinch *.

A View Of The Mediterranean Diet Pyramid - The food pyramid we're most familiar with is based on portion size and does not take into account the different qualities of food sources.

Do you know these smart shopping tips for healthy eating - Any healthy eating plan begins at the grocery store.

The French Press Coffee Maker Connoisseur Equipment - Ask any connoisseur how he likes his coffee.

Christmas Recipes Main Dishes No of Turkey Meatballswith Cranberry - Christmas recipe serves: 4 Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 10 minutes Calories per serving: 875 Suitable for freezing after step 3.

Wine & Health
Wine, alcohol and health research: an in-depth look

Every month, new, valid research findings on alcohol, health and social issues are being published in peer-reviewed journals.
Buy, sell or hold: wine country real estate trends

Kendall-Jackson To Sell 900 Acres; Mondavi Puts 1,500 Acres And Two Wineries On the Market; Coppola Pays A Record $350,000 Per Acre For Napa Vineyard.
U.S. funds grant for wine/health study

In an unprecedented breakthrough, the U.S. government's National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) provided the first major multidisciplinary programmatic grant to study the effects of moderate wine consumption on cardiovascular health to the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
Wine slightly better than beer for cardiac health

A recent article in the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis determined that drinkers of wine benefit from its cardioprotective effects, more so than those who drink beer or other spirits, and wine drinkers may also live longer.