Fried chicken is one of the tastiest foods known to man, but getting it right is actually harder than you think. There’s nothing more anti-climactic than sinking your teeth into a leg of fried chicken, and not getting the results you expected. So without further ado, here the three cornerstones of a well-made fried chicken.
Need we say more? Fried chicken, in many ways, is all about the crunch of the fried outer skin. If that doesn’t come across when you take a bite, you’ve failed miserably. But after doing it enough times, you’ll figure out how to get it done.
Conversely, where there is crunch on the outside, there must be an equal amount of juiciness on the inside. If the chicken is dry on the inside, this, too, is a dealbreaker when it comes to a good piece of fried chicken.
Finally, we’ve arrived at another important part of our fried chicken monologue. The taste, or the blend of seasonings that you’ve chosen to adorn your chicken with, is super important. Make sure to taste it over and over again till you’ve achieved the perfect mix. Believe us when we say that people won’t be forgiving if you get it wrong.