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04/10/2014

Big Mac Blog tackles fried chicken

UnknownThis blog's venture into the kitchen has been so successful book publishers are lining up to make The Big Mac Blog of Cooking happen. And by "happen" I mean nothing is actually happening, nor will it.

The first was This Guac Beer Cheese Burger. And then this low-cal friendly Pizza Slider.

 

And now Big Mac Blog Chicken Bites
Ingredients
- 2 lbs. chicken breast cut into smaller pieces. (DO NOT buy organic or free range chicken. The best chicken is to find the bird that is trapped, and continually injected with growth hormones to be fat and juicy.)
- 1 cup milk
- 1 egg (again, not free range or organic)
- 2 tsp. Tabasco
- 2 cup flower
- 1 tsp. sea salt
- 1 tsp. pepper
- 2 tsp. brown sugar
- 2 tsp. Paprika
- Peanut oil
- 1 bottle Boone's Farm Strawberry Hill

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1. In one bowl, combine milk, egg and Tabasco - whisk
2. In a separate bowl, combine flower, sea salt, pepper, brown sugar, paprika - stir. Add ingredients if needed. 
3. Heat peanut oil either in a fryer, or a deep skillet on high.
4. Dip chicken pieces into milk, flour mix, milk and flour mix again before placing into oil.
5. Open Boone's Farm, and slam it.
6. Cook each piece of chicken for about four minutes. Let your child taste it to see if it's properly cooked.
7. Discard oil by throwing it over the fence into your neighbor's yard.
8. If this recipe does not work, blame your father for why your life is such a massive disappointment.

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Comments

Davidmar

What kind of "flower" do you use? Can I just pick some dandelions out of the back yard?

Rob Tentoy

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Elite Level ZING! by Davidmar!

I now want to actually try and make this with actual flowers, just to see.


(How did this blog win an award?!!?!?)

Davidmar

Thanks for the props, Rob Tentoy, but frankly I'm worried about him. I posted this at 9:00 this morning, but he still hasn't corrected it. I think he's going to leave it up on his blog for God and the blog award committee to read.

They are going to want their bronze back, Mac.

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