We love fried chicken and when paired with fresh out of the oven homemade buns we have a match made in heaven. Below is our version of the fried chicken sandwich.
We start with the dredge. In a large bowl mix the all purpose flour, kosher salt, black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, and onion powder.
In a second bowl add 2 cups of buttermilk. Toss your chicken breast into the dredge before coating with the buttermilk. Next coat the chicken breast evenly with the buttermilk and then toss back into the dredge. Make sure an even coating of dredge is applied and cook at 350 °F until an internal temperature of 155 °F is reached. We prefer peanut oil for deep frying our foods.
When done remove the chicken breast from the hot oil and drain over a paper towel or newspaper. Immediately season with salt. Next we'll prepare the sandwich.
Slice a bun in half and toast both ends with butter. Next add a generous heap of coleslaw, then chicken breast, sauce, and finally a couple of dill pickles. Finally add the top bun, serve, and enjoy.
One fried chicken sandwich is approximately 695 calories.
Recommended Serving Size: 1 sandwich (Approximately 695 cal.)
Total Servings: Approximately 2
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