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Egg \"Fried\" Chicken Breasts

bitslammerbitslammer Posts: 818
edited 4:11PM in EggHead Forum
Decided to do one of my favorites tonight. "Fried" chicken on the egg.

Started with 4 good sized bone in skin on chicken breasts. Let them marinate in buttermilk and Franks Red Hot for a few hours. Normally I think coat them with crushed corn flakes, but I had none so I substituted with crumbs made by running some Stove Top stuffing through the food processor.

Set up for indirect at about 400*F and put them on.
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Near the end I brushed them with Mojo de Ajo and cranked it up to help brown and crisp them up a bit.
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Here they are done. Wow they were gooooood. The sage seasoning in the stuffing mix was killer.
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Comments

  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    We LOVE dem Bone in Skin on Breasts!!!
  • eenie meenieeenie meenie Posts: 4,393
    Chris, the egg 'fried' chicken breast look nice and crunchy. :)

    The next time you make them will you use corn flakes or the Stove Top stuffing mix?
  • Wow Chris, that looks really good. I have always wanted to try something like this. Nice job.

    John - SLC, UT

    2 XLs, Medium, MM, and Mini

  • bitslammerbitslammer Posts: 818
    eenie meenie wrote:
    Chris, the egg 'fried' chicken breast look nice and crunchy. :)

    The next time you make them will you use corn flakes or the Stove Top stuffing mix?

    Most likely a combo. The stuffing mix will be ground fine and I'll leave the corn flakes kind of coarse so I can get them to have those nice large flakes. like below. I'll do the corn flakes first and fill in the rest with the stuffing mix. best of both I hope.


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