Because half the time spent trying a new recipe is finding the gluten free items, I have listed brands that I use and where I get them.
Just like you, I rely on information from manufacturers which changes regularly.
Gluten free items listed were current as of November 2008.
Since I use these recipes a lot, the ingredients will be updated regularly.
Always double check ingredients.
Oven Fried Chicken
As I shared before, I was not much of a cook before going gluten free. Now I love the satisfaction of providing my family a home cooked meal - nothing processed or out of the box. Just good food stirred with a lot of love.
Here is a chicken recipe you will love!
Make this and you will never long for the fried greasy stuff that you used to pick up on your way home.
Add the chicken pieces and the buttermilk (or diary free alternative) to a large zip lock bag and refrigerate for a few hours, but overnight is better.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Combine the gluten free flour, Crispy Coating Mix, salt and pepper and place in a large flat container (a pie pan works well).
Pour the oil into a frying pan to a depth of 1 inch and heat to 360 degrees (a large heavy-bottomed stockpot works well for this and will keep the stove clean).
Dread the chicken through the flour mixture and fry on each side for about 3 minutes, until the coating is a light golden brown (it will brown more in the oven). Fry the chicken in batches. Reheat the oil to 360 degrees before frying the next batch.
Place the chicken on a metal backing rack on a cookie sheet (a broiling pan also works well) and bake for 30 to 40 minutes, until no longer pink inside.
Serve with some green beans.
Your family will love this meal.
The Kinnikinnick Foods Gluten-Free Crispy Chicken Coating Mix, 18-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6) also works great for Parmesan Chicken.
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