Down-Home Southern Fried Chicken
Nothing says "Welcome Home" better than a big platter of fried chicken. Instead of picking up a bucket, save a little money and make it yourself.
Buttermilk Oven-Fried Chicken with Coleslaw
Soaking the chicken in buttermilk before dredging adds a bit of a tangy flavor, and using cracker meal in the coating mixture adds extra crunch. The easy, creamy coleslaw makes a perfect accompaniment for the crispy chicken.
Mama's Fried Chicken
Treat your family to a meal of old-fashioned fried chicken that's "just like Mama used to make". You'll love it, even if your mama never actually made fried chicken.
Recipe: Mama's Fried Chicken
Peppery Chicken Fried Chicken
A double dose of pepper–red and black–adds a kick to this fried chicken. The light and crispy coating features saltine cracker crumbs in addition to the flour and baking powder.
Recipe: Peppery Chicken Fried Chicken
Skip the skillet and use a baking sheet instead. A coating of breadcrumbs, cheddar cheese and chili powder sets this oven-fried chicken apart from basic fried chicken recipes.
Recipe: Oven-Fried Chicken
Cajun Oven-Fried Chicken
Use panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) to get an extra-crispy coating on your chicken. Because it's oven-fried, there's no need for oil, so one serving has only 3.7 grams of fat.
Recipe: Cajun Oven-Fried Chicken
Fake-and-Bake "Fried" Chicken
It's hard to beat a crispy fried chicken that you can make in about 30 minutes with only 3 ingredients. Hint: Ranch dressing and instant potato flakes are the magic ingredients.
Recipe: Fake-and-Bake Fried Chicken
Fiery "Fried" Chicken
The distinctive flavor of this oven-fried chicken comes from chili-garlic sauce and pineapple juice. It's a great choice for weeknight dinners when you're tired of the "same ol' chicken recipes."
Recipe: Fiery Fried Chicken
Sweet Tea-Brined Fried ChickenA marriage of Southern favorites: Our salty-sweet brine of brown sugar and freshly brewed tea infuses this picnic-perfect chicken with juicy flavor before frying. Bonus: The tannins in tea act as a natural tenderizer.