Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Dr. King's Delicious Fried Chicken

1 cut up fryer (or boneless skinless chicken breasts)
3 tablespoons salt
4 cups water
1-2 eggs, beaten
GF flour blend (enough for coating each piece)

Soak chicken pieces in enough salted water to completely cover them for 5 minutes. Drain well. Pour in beaten eggs and stir to coat each piece. Remove each piece, one at a time, and coat with lightly salted and peppered flour mixture on all sides. Fry until done.

~ This is the most delcious fried chicken I have ever eaten. For those of you who may think Dr. King uses a "brine" to soak the chicken in just for flavor - well you don't know Dr. King. :) He tells me that the salty brine also kills any bacteria that may have deposited itself into/onto the chicken during/after packaging. ~

And so with this recipe for this delicious southern delicacy, I say hello beautiful cyberspace! I've missed ya ever since the motherboard eater (AKA my old computer) bit the dust during the last weekend of November 2009. It has been so hard being without a computer, as I've become so accustomed to having one. I was so worried this blog would be deleted due to inactivity! Thanks to our beloved LI, NY friends, we are back, baby!! I hope your holidays were just lovely! See ya again real soon...