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I've made a lot of fried chicken, but this is my favorite recipe! I used boneless breasts and the recipe was no where near enough dry mix to coat. I had to double it and could have stood to make even more. The flavors are good though and it came out very crispy. I also used regular egg whites instead of powdered.
Great recipe. I have made it many times for partys and everyone always raves and eats the chicken :-)
Ok seriously only 3 people have reviewed this recipe... I happened upon this recipe because I had a package of drumsticks and just needed some idea's I originally was gonna make catitore but desided last min to make fried chicken and OMG let me tell you that this is dead on to roy rogers!!!!... My husband who normally doesn't like chicken legs loved when I made this.. it was like a blast from the past!! there are no roy rogers around us anymore..last one is on the parkway about 1 hour away.. so this was so delish. and hit the stop..i cannot wait to try it with wings and thighs as well.. only one thing I didn't add was msg because I didn't even know that you can buy that in the store lol.. so happy you shared... everyone needs to try this!!<br/><br/>ok _ so tonight 2/13/2014 DH wanted this again.. craving it ever since I made it.. so this time I breaded chicken cutlets and guess what... still delish!!!
Very Tasty and Easy to Prepare. The only thing I'll change next time is: I will simmer the legs in milk until almost done then dip in milk/egg mix, shake in flour mixture and then deep fry 'em. The skin had to cook a bit too much while waiting for the legs to be fully cooked. Otherwise, GREAT flavor.