Don't forget Steve used to be a chef, he can probably outcook us all!
Originally Posted by OnieRN
Instead of bread crumbs, you can also crush corn flakes and season will a little seasoned salt.
Originally Posted by Sheri
Cant wait to try all these different ideas.
Chicken works out well in my house... My wife likes the thighs and legs and I'm a breast man (LOL)
For nice juicy, crispy chicken, I do a couple of things...
1. Marinated the chicken in a little olive oil, some lime, parsley and sage overnight
2. Dip the chicken pieces in a mixture in flour, yellow cornmeal and a 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper for spice
3. Put a little oil in a skillet (all metal) on a low frame , partially fry the pieces until crispy.
4 Take the whole pan and put in a 350 F over for about 15-20 minutes to finish
It's a little more work, but it's well worth the wait!
Next week on the show ... we'll show you how to make...
Told you we could count on Steve!
Originally Posted by srussell
Sounds so Good!! We can always count on Steve!!
I bet you do like Breasts the Best!! LOL
I don't bake chicken... I eat it, or fry it:
1) Wash the little critter througoughly with soap and clorox... Well, ok, plain water will do.
2) Dry well, but not in the dryer,you nut!
3) Sprinkle with onion powder, garlic powder, and salt.
4) Put in skillet, and pour Crisco oil until is almost covered. Live just a tiny bit of the chicken showing, so it can breath, or it will drown.
5) Cook on medium to low fire, and turn often, till the skin is crunchy (best part of the whole thing), and the chicken is done. Don't ask me, ask the chicken, how should I know.
6) Send me four pieces, legs or thighs, for dinner. Don't feel like cooking tonight.
Now, wasn't that simple.
Well, we eat around 6pm, California time. Don't forget to bring some Mojitos! And I'll even put a plate up for you. Paper ok, don't want to do dishes either!
I still don't know after all these months living with Granny, what the heck is a Mojito???? Maybe us Wisconsinet don't have them hear. We do have 3 Taco Bells in town.