Create a crispy and delicious buttermilk fried chicken using this recipe! Marinate the chicken overnight in mixed seasonings and buttermilk to prepare a delicious dish. Coat with seasoned flour mixture and fry until chicken reaches that golden brown color. Prepare a variety of dips like mayonnaise, ketchup, and mustard to pair with the crispy fried chicken. Serve with your favorite side dishes for a complete lunch or dinner meal.
• 3 1/2 lbs chicken (cut into parts)
• 1 cup buttermilk
• 2 cups flour
• salt and pepper
• garlic and onion powder
• cayenne pepper
• 2 cups flour
• 1 tsp salt
• 1 tsp baking powder
• 1 egg
• vegetable oil (for frying)
Place the chicken parts on a chopping board or plate.
Season with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and cayenne pepper on all sides.
Put the seasoned chicken parts in a ziplock bag.
Pour one cup of buttermilk into the ziplock.
Seal and massage the chicken to marinate.
Place in the fridge and let it marinate overnight.
In a mixing bowl, add 2 cups of flour, 1 tsp salt, and 1 tsp baking powder.
Mix to combine.
Dip and coat the marinated chicken into the flour mixture.
Crack open an egg into the ziplock bag with the marinade.
Mix well with the marinade.
Once all chicken parts are coated with the flour mixture, put them back into the ziplock.
Seal and massage the flour-coated chicken.
Coat them again with the flour mixture.
Let it sit for 30 minutes to dry.
Set a large frying pan over medium heat.
Add some vegetable oil and warm it up.
Once the oil is heated up, add the chicken.
Let it fry over low heat for 10-15 minutes on each side.
Switch to medium heat.
Flip the chicken parts often until golden brown.
Once golden, remove from the pan and transfer to a rack to let it cool down for a few minutes.
Transfer to a serving plate.
Serve with your favorite dips.
Tips and ideas:
You can add cayenne and black pepper into your flour mixture to add more flavor to your buttermilk fried chicken.
Serve with fries, mixed vegetable salad, or rice.
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