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    What spices should I add to my chicken batter?

    Just deep fried some chicken tenders with some Knorr batter. First in the wet batter, then in the dry batter, then into the oil. Added some salt and pepper, and some garlic flakes to the dry batter.

    Lovely.

    What spices etc can I add to make it extra lovely?

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    try cajun chicken spice

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    want KFC?

    2 cups Milk
    2 cups Flour
    2 teaspoons ground pepper
    3 tablespoons salt
    1 teaspoon MSG
    1/8 teaspoon Garlic Powder
    1 dash paprika

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    ain't using no MSG, makes me sick, but other than that its cool.

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    paprika it is. Cheers.

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    Try a bit of chicken stock ,cumin and tumeric.

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    I like this, found at the local Tesco:


    A little bit goes a long way. Mix it up with some breadcrumbs for some broiler-oven fried chicken. Fast and easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richie22 View Post
    Try a bit of chicken stock ,cumin and tumeric.
    I concur. And maybe some onion and garlic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bexar County Stud View Post
    I like this, found at the local Tesco:


    A little bit goes a long way. Mix it up with some breadcrumbs for some broiler-oven fried chicken. Fast and easy.
    Yea, this shit works,, Mrs. Norton left a bottle in my spice rack and I have used it since and it make good finger licken chicken,,, bit still I will eat a 1/2 kilo RARE beef steak instead any day.

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    Will pick up some of that stuff cheers.

    Did a few last night with cumin and tumeric. Didn't have paprika in my spice rack, so will have to pick that up too.

    Cumin and tumeric did make it taste nicer cheers.

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    You can stick some Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce in there too. Also red pepper flakes and chili flakes/powder to give it a kick.

    I got some Lemon Pepper, Seasoned Pepper and Garlic Salt from Tescos that I have been experimenting with recently.

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    All these pre mixed spices, Old bay, Cajun mix, chicken coating, are easily mixed up at home, proved you have the basic spices that is.
    The mix ratios are found on the wonderful invention of the internet. I do all my own, mainly because while I am a clever old cvnt I'm also quite broke.
    There canít be good living where there is not good drinking

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    I'm lazy. Premixed is fine for mine.

    Didn't have this in Tops, Big C or Villa Market Chitlom.

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    They sell superb fried chicken outside my house for 10thb per piece.

    I tried it a few days ago and it was delicious. Doesn't look like I'll be making my own again for a while!

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    Sounds like a classy street beadle.

    Besides, can't beat home cooking.

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    It's not directly outside!

    The food over here near the river is great. Local food at local prices.

    Their fried chicken is very good though, probably better than I have ever managed to make it.

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    "finger lickin good"

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