How Do You Make Baked Fried Chicken?
Fried chicken is one of the best tasting but most sinful foods around. That crunchy coating and juicy meat is enough to make anyone break their diet. Thankfully, you don’t have to. You can actually enjoy fried chicken without all the fat and calories. The secret lies in baking the chicken instead of frying it. Don’t worry—the chicken will still have a crunchy, decadent coating and a juicy interior. Best of all, this “fried” chicken doesn’t leave a greasy coating all over your kitchen, so there’s hardly any cleanup. Season the buttermilk with hot sauce and the flour and crushed cornflakes with salt and pepper. It may seem like a lot of heat, but after the chicken is cooked, the chicken will have a pleasing, lightly spiced flavor. Because you’re using so much buttermilk, all that hot sauce really is essential. Coat the chicken breasts in flour. Wet will not stick to wet. In other words, if you were to dip the chicken breasts directly into the buttermilk, it wouldn’t do any good. Dredgi