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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

SFoodie: Way Faster Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Posted By on Wed, Oct 3, 2007 at 7:20 PM

Why didn’t the chicken cross the blog?

By Chef John from Food Wishes Video Recipes

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A loyal, and observant, reader informed me that my almost famous buttermilk fried chicken recipe had not made the move over to my new blog. I was shocked and appalled. But, I recovered quickly, and so here you go. As you’ll see, the secret is getting the spice mix into the marinade, and into the chicken, instead of just the flour.

We’ve made this Southern favorite a lot faster and easier by using boneless/skinless thighs instead of the traditional whole cut-up chicken. The thighs cook much faster and more evenly than the usual array of chicken parts. The buttermilk marinade and spice mix is fairly traditional, but hey, why mess with perfection!

I’m assuming you’ve seen the mashed potato recipe video, but just in case, I linked it here. You can't serve these beautiful thighs with some water-logged, lumpy mashers! Also, I've included a very basic chicken gravy recipe video below.

CLICK HERE to watch the Video, as well as get this recipe's ingredients and amounts.

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