Fried Chicken

polkadotSeptember 10, 2001

The other day, I found some whole chickens at a decent price. I bought a couple. I cut them up and fried them. After they had cooled, I put them into a large bag and put them in the freezer. I have since thawed some and eaten it, and it tastes just fine. From now on, I will buy a bunch when they have a good sale price and fry and freeze them. They make a quick meal, but it looks and tastes like I've slaved in the kitchen.

By the way, I dip my chicken and chops in seasoned flour before I fry them. Here is the recipe if you'd like it.

Seasoned Flour

8 C. all-purpose flour

1/3 C. salt

1/8 C black pepper

2 T. garlic powder

4 T. onion powder

Mix well. Store in airtight container. Use for coating meats to fry.

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