Fried chicken (likewise implied as Southern broiled chicken) is a dish comprising of chicken pieces for the most part from grill chickens which have been floured or battered then after that dish broiled, southern style, or force seared. The breading includes a fresh covering or covering to the outer surface. What differentiates browned chicken from other fricasseed manifestations of chicken is that ordinarily the chicken is cut at the joints and the bones and skin are left sound. Fresh overall perfected skin, rendered of abundance oversized, is a trademark of well made seared chicken.
Originally posted: May 9, 2013