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I will be making this tonight. I brine poultry over night with little or no salt added. So will be brining in the orange juice with rosemary and other herbs and spices to taste. In the future I will be making with other citrus flavors: grapefruit, lemon, lime, etc. I plan on making with other sweeteners: maple syrup, root beer, ginger ale, half & half soda (found mostly in New England, I think it is a grapefruit/lemon soda). I don't like almonds, but think it would be great with cashews (or any nut). I also cook all meat low (250*) & slow to recommended inside doneness temperature. I never deep fry, never owned one. I usually use my air-fryer oven; which is just a toaster oven with convection that you can't turn off the blowing air. That's all that an air-fryer is; nothing more, nothing less. Well, air-fryer ovens do have the rotisserie which most toaster ovens don't have. I am going to have so much fun with playing with this recipe, even on the grill with smoking added to the mix. Thank you for sharing it with us.
At 360 f, the coating immediately started to turn black. By the time the chicken was done, it was too burnt to eat. I am considered a good cook, but this was the worst thing I have ever made.
And I followed the recipe to a T.
We’re sorry to hear that the recipe did not turn out well. We personally test the recipes that are entered into our contests and this was a prize winner. We made it without issue,
Hi, Debbie. This prize-winning recipe did not burn and turned out moist and crunchy. We hope you enjoy it.
Dipping the chicken into the flour portion of the recipe and then into the liquid... doesn't the flour just 'rinse off' in the mixture? What is keeping that from happening? Thanks.
Hi, Verdie. If you dipped the chicken into the juice first, it would just slide off. There would be nothing for it to hold on to, therefore, dipping the chicken first in the flour gives it a base. We hope that helps!
your answer to Verdie references dipping into egg; there is no egg listed in the recipe....is this a recipe typo, or an inappropriate answer?