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When it comes to dinnertime meals I like to keep things as simple and quick as possible. During the week, we have a real hectic schedule around here. Sometimes, I don’t always get a fancy feast on the table and I have to improvise. This oven fried chicken is one of my favorite go-to meals. This recipe only contains a handful of ingredients and comes together rather quickly. You can have dinner on the table in two shakes of a lamb’s tail with this one…err…chickens wing?
You might be wondering why it is called a fried chicken recipe when you clearly bake it in the oven and answer is simple: it fries! The juices and seasonings all fry up in the casserole dish or pan nice and crispy.
I’m telling you, the skin on this chicken turns out so crisp you’ll think that you just went to KFC.
Recipe courtesy of Heidigoseek and Youtube.
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Quick Tip: The last time I made this I left out the seasoned salt and used garlic salt and I added about 2 tablespoons of corn meal.