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Saturday, January 19, 2008
How to Make Italian Fried Chicken
"Simply Delicious!" is what you'll hear when you serve up this robust flavored chicken! You'll need to marinade chicken overnight to capture full flavor, so make sure to plan ahead! This chicken is terrific for dinner or cook the night before and you'll have an outstanding, finger-licking picnic item! The side dishes you can serve up with this are countless so let your creativity flow to make this a "must have" on your family menu!

Instruction

Things you'll Need:

2 pounds of chicken
Bottle of Italian salad dressing
2 cups read crumbs
1 1/2 cups flour
1 package of dry onion soup mix
Large plastic bowl with lid
Large skillet for frying
Oil for frying

Step 1:
After rinsing chicken, use a fork and poke the chicken pieces to allow marinate to soak into meat

Step 2:
Place chicken into large plastic bowl with tight fitting lid and add bottle of Italian salad dressing

Step 3:
Refrigerate and shake every 2-4 hours to coat chicken pieces

Step 4:
After chicken has marinated 12-24 hours, drain dressing from bowl, set aside and in another bowl combine breadcrumbs, flour and dry soup mixing ingredients well

Step 5:
Pour oil in skillet, at least 3-4 inches and heat to 375 degrees

Step 6:
Place chicken pieces in breadcrumb mixture and coat well

Step 7:
Place chicken in skillet and cook approximately 12 minutes a side or until juices run clear when cut

Step 8:
Remove chicken from skillet and place on paper towel lined dish to absorb left over oil

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