|by Lori Longbotham|
Light, flavorful, versatile, and always welcome at the table, chicken is America's most popular meal.
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Cook chicken and water over ... and pat dry. In deep fryer heat ... set aside. Stir beer into flour mixture; ... Dip chicken into batter and put in ... serve with the chicken.
Combine flour, salt and pepper in a medium size bowl. Beat in beer with a wire ... 60 seconds. Dip chicken pieces into beer batter a few at ... rings, if you wish.
If Season Salt ... pepper, Season All in medium bowl. Beat in beer with wire whisk ... 60 seconds. Dip chicken pieces into beer batter one at a ... all chicken is fried. Serve with ... fries. Makes 6-8 servings.
Combine ingredients for seasoned flour in a medium size ... egg yolk and beer or water. Add gradually to dry batter ingredients. Heat Crisco ... 2 inches. Moisten chicken pieces. Dip in ... Drain on paper towels.
Combine all ingredients ... flour and seasonings in medium bowl. Combine egg yolk and beer or water. Add ... 2 inches. Moisten chicken pieces. Dip in seasoned flour, then batter, then back ... on paper. Serves 4.
Combine all ingredients; ... flour and seasonings in bowl. Combine egg yolks and beer. Add gradually ... 365 degrees. Moisten chicken pieces. Dip in seasoned flour, then batter, then back ... browned. Drain on paper.
Peel and slice onion and place in bowl or Ziploc bag along with chicken (skinless is fine ... Stout (or any beer 12 ounces). Let ... will amaze you. Enjoy!
Season the chicken pieces with the ... add as much beer as necessary to ... rather than thick batter. Add the ... chill 1 hour in the refrigerator. Heat ... until tender. Serves 4.
Pour enough water over chicken to just cover. ... stiff. Beat together beer, flour, salt, ... whites into beer batter. Dip chicken ... the batter. Fry in hot fat 5 ... as much as necessary.
Combine flour and seasoning in medium bowl. Combine egg yolk and beer or water. Add ... deep frying. Moisten chicken pieces. Dip in seasoned flour, then batter, then back ... have a crisp coating.
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