Baked BBQ Fried Chicken Recipe
This is a wonderful Southern treat in which everyone will enjoy! Remember, you can also eat the chicken without the BBQ sauce as well.
Delicious BBQ chicken fingers my boyfriend loves. The sauce is right in the breading! Serve with sauce, blue cheese or ranch dressing on side.
This was a great recipe. I am a novice in the kitchen but I found this recipe particularly simple. The chicken tasted great after the barbeque sauce was baked on.
I wouldn't even give this recipe 1 star. It was a Waste of my Time & Money. It taste like i was eating flour, a waste of my chicken. My husband didn't like it either. I did not want to sign up just to rate this recipe but seriously do not want to have someone else waste their time & money on this recipe too.
I really liked this recipe. I've cooked it with the bbq sauce and without. It is really important not to crowd the strips while frying or the chicken gets soggy. I liked the mesquite flavoring but I liked cajun seasoning better. I made these and packed for a picnic. Also brought along some bleu cheese dressing for dipping.
These were really good! I used 1-1/2 lbs. chicken tenders a little more money ,but worth it! I cut down flour to 2 cups and used 1 egg and scaled down the rest of the ingredients. I think I used too much salt. One tablesoon in egg mix and about 1/8 cup in flour. I will cut that back next time. I didn't use smoke flavoring. I fried in 12 inch skillet with about 1/4 cup oil. They came out crispy and tender. I will make again!Thanks Jenny!
A buttermilk and barbeque sauce marinade adds zesty tang to these oven-friend chicken breasts with a flavorful corn flake crumb coating.
While it may not be traditional for "Southern" fried chicken, I love the tangy tenderization that the buttermilk provides. After the buttermilk soak, dredge the chicken pieces in seasoned flour, and fry them in hot oil until crisp and golden.