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Some people live all their lives without knowing how to do this right.
I don’t know about you, but every so often I get an immense craving for southern fried chicken. What’s always kept me from it is the fact I don’t own a deep fryer, nor do I want to use and waste a gallon of oil for one batch. Hence, I usually ended up heading to one of those dreaded fast-food chicken places and feeling guilty through the entire drive-thru.
I have been trying to eat healthier lately – not just because I’d be happy to lose a couple of pounds that have mysteriously appeared on my waist… But also because I know deep-frying probably isn’t the best way to cook your meal. That’s why when I found this recipe it was like the heavens opened up and I was blessed with the ability to make the perfect, fried chicken thighs that ever existed.
Perfectly seasoned and impossible to stop eating, these babies are a household favorite now. Try this method and fall in love with the crispiest, most flavorful skin ever! To be honest with you, I never would have thought of doing it this way. I am so happy I came across this recipe – my whole family fell in love with this chicken!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food52.
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Quick Tip: Though the recipe only calls for 1 Tbsp. of oil, I stand nearby with more because my pan tends to soak it up quickly and I don’t want my chicken to stick.