As with ribs or meat sauce, we all tend to have a recipe we don't stray from no matter how good someone else says theirs is. Well, this fried chicken recipe is just that for me.
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I don't keep a close eye on the clock because usually when the outside is done & to my liking the inside is done as well. I have also kept the skin on as well as taken it off. Your preference. Also, since the magic comes from the pkgs of dressing mix & instant soup, I may have increased it by 50% in the past. Taste your flour to make sure there is a strong presence of these 2 ingredients!!!!!
** I have been unable to find the instant tomato soup mix at my supermarket & heard it was at WalMart. I've used tomato bouillon instead with great results but since I now have to go to WalMart for Bob's sauce I may as well pick some of this up too!!!!
Have a great weekend everyone. Notalotta plans this weekend which I am loving but we're having my parents over tomorrow for lunch so I plan to use them as my guinea pigs for a few new things I'd like to try. Have a great one, be safe & love those close to you.
Oh, I mentioned balance last week. Two things I ask myself each day is, WHAT must I get done today & WHO can I reach out to today. It may be a friend I haven't spoken to in awhile or quality time spent with a loved one. This way, I get to do the things I need to but without missing out on the people in my life.
1 cut up chicken
2 cups flour
1 pkg Good Seasons Italian Salad dressing mix
1 pkg Instant Tomato Cup of Soup **
Salt & Pepper
Soak chicken in buttermilk overnight or as little as an hour. Combine flour with dressing mix & instant soup pkg. Remove chicken & roll in flour mixture. Fry in vegetable oil on medium to medium high until golden brown & cooked through. Can take between 25-35 minutes for larger pieces. Once done, drain on paper towel & season immediately with a little salt & pepper if you desire.