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Double Dipped Fried Chicken

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Double Dipped Fried Chicken

8 chicken legs, skin on
1 1/2 cups flour
4 eggs, beaten
6 cups vegetable oil
1 tablespoon garlic power
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon pepper
1 tablespoon Old Bay

Heat oil to 350°. In medium bowl, mix flour, garlic powder, salt, pepper and Old Bay. In separate bowl, beat eggs. Dip chicken legs in egg, dredge in flour, and repeat. When done, fry chicken in oil until golden brown and cooked thru, about 20 minutes. Place on paper towels to dry.


1 admin { 06.13.11 at 12:50 am }

Hi Linda – Old Bay is a popular seasoning you can typically find in the spice section of any grocery store.

2 Linda { 06.12.11 at 11:27 pm }

This sounds like a Very Good recipe to try!!! I am wondering what the last ingredient is exactly when it says (1 Tbls. Old Bay?) I would appreciate your shining the light on what Old Bay is? Bay leaf? or a different type of product? Thanks So Much!!!

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