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  1. #1
    George Orwell Guest

    Default Fried chicken seasoning (and roast chicken)

    I do it this way. I rub in the seasoning prior to dipping and
    flouring. This is what I use: (use whatever measuring unit
    you wish)

    2 salt
    1 curry powder
    1 very fine chopped garlic; dried out a bit(or garlic powder)
    1/2 chili powder
    1/2 cumin
    1/2 cayenne
    1/2 black pepper
    1 oregano (dried)
    1 basil (dried)
    1 parsley (dried)

    Mix and rub. I also rub some under skin. The same mix is
    used for roast chicken EXCEPT that I add melted butter to
    the spice mix as well as lemon or lime juice. I then paint
    the outside of the roast chicken. I should next time also
    put some of this stuff under the skin; also next time, I'll
    use olive oil instead of the melted butter.

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  2. #2
    A Moose In Love Guest

    Default Re: Fried chicken seasoning (and roast chicken)

    On May 30, 1:08*pm, George Orwell <nob...@mixmaster.it> wrote:
    > I do it this way. *I rub in the seasoning prior to dipping and
    > flouring. *This is what I use: *(use whatever measuring unit
    > * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *you wish)
    >
    > 2 salt
    > 1 curry powder
    > 1 very fine chopped garlic; dried out a bit(or garlic powder)
    > 1/2 chili powder
    > 1/2 cumin
    > 1/2 cayenne
    > 1/2 black pepper
    > 1 oregano (dried)
    > 1 basil (dried)
    > 1 parsley (dried)
    >
    > Mix and rub. *I also rub some under skin. *The same mix is
    > used for roast chicken EXCEPT that I add melted butter to
    > the spice mix as well as lemon or lime juice. *I then paint
    > the outside of the roast chicken. *I should next time also
    > put some of this stuff under the skin; also next time, I'll
    > use olive oil instead of the melted butter.
    >


    Like we haven't a clue as to how to make our own seasoning salt. I do
    like the roast chicken idea though.

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  3. #3
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Fried chicken seasoning (and roast chicken)

    On May 30, 10:08 am, George Orwell <nob...@mixmaster.it> wrote:
    > ..... The same mix is
    > used for roast chicken EXCEPT that I add melted butter to
    > the spice mix as well as lemon or lime juice. I then paint
    > the outside of the roast chicken. I should next time also
    > put some of this stuff under the skin; also next time, I'll
    > use olive oil instead of the melted butter.


    Consider making a compound butter instead. It will spread easily
    under the skin of the breast and thigh, as well as for the outside
    skin. -aem

  4. #4
    Mr. Joseph Littleshoes Esq. Guest

    Default Re: Fried chicken seasoning (and roast chicken)



    A Moose In Love wrote:
    > On May 30, 1:08 pm, George Orwell <nob...@mixmaster.it> wrote:
    >
    >>I do it this way. I rub in the seasoning prior to dipping and
    >>flouring. This is what I use: (use whatever measuring unit
    >> you wish)
    >>
    >>2 salt
    >>1 curry powder
    >>1 very fine chopped garlic; dried out a bit(or garlic powder)
    >>1/2 chili powder
    >>1/2 cumin
    >>1/2 cayenne
    >>1/2 black pepper
    >>1 oregano (dried)
    >>1 basil (dried)
    >>1 parsley (dried)
    >>
    >>Mix and rub. I also rub some under skin. The same mix is
    >>used for roast chicken EXCEPT that I add melted butter to
    >>the spice mix as well as lemon or lime juice. I then paint
    >>the outside of the roast chicken. I should next time also
    >>put some of this stuff under the skin; also next time, I'll
    >>use olive oil instead of the melted butter.
    >>

    >
    >
    > Like we haven't a clue as to how to make our own seasoning salt. I do
    > like the roast chicken idea though.


    I would leave out the curry powder and add a tbs. or 2 of good oil, coat
    the chicken well and let rest for 1/2 an hour, then fry. i like to use
    the dried chipoltes, lightly crushed up.

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