Fried chicken is an American tradition. With Southern fried chicken, chicken-fried steak, and oven-fried versions, these easy recipes reveal the many faces of fried chicken -- and all will generate smiles.
The flour mixture coating for this chicken main dish recipe is simple to make, but a purchased variety speeds the process. A liberal splash of hot pepper sauce zips up the flavor.
Spice up ordinary fried chicken with green chile peppers, then add hot pepper sauce to increase the heat.
Thanks to the cornmeal coating, the chicken stays crunchy on the outside without being fried.
Fried chicken has always been a family favorite. Don't be surprised by the amount of salt in the buttermilk brine. It gives the chicken great flavor.
Allow the chicken to marinate overnight so each piece is fully infused with Mexican spices.
Pan fry then bake chicken for the perfectly crispy crust. Serve this herbacious recipe with mashed or baked potatoes.
This recipe is for classic skillet-fried chicken. It's delicious teamed with coleslaw and creamed corn.
They won't even have to stop hula dancing to indulge in this delicious chicken drummie recipe dressed in a buttery-rich macadamia nut crust.
Kids will love this dinner, which includes all their favorites--chicken fingers, fries and ketchup.
Unlike most restaurant versions, this fried chicken salad is low in calories and low in sodium. Plus it's quick to make.
Your family will think you spent all day preparing this simple breaded chicken and gravy main-dish recipe. For a fast side, round out the meal with packaged mashed potatoes.
Quick-cooking chicken tenders ensure that you can have this intriguing dish on the table in 30 minutes. Chopped prunes sweeten the sauce while green olives add the tang.
In this chicken recipe, adjust the heat to suit your family's taste. The longer the chicken chills in the hot pepper sauce, the hotter it gets.
Tagine is a traditional piece of North African cookware, but you don't need one to make its namesake recipe. This eclectic chicken dish calls for a Dutch oven.
By using only chicken breasts, a minimum amount of oil, and evaporated skim milk in the gravy, we created a healthy version of this Southern favorite.