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Ozark Pan Fried Chicken

This is the greatest thing I've ever eaten... in my life. If I was on death row, my own pan fried Chicken would be my last meal. Seriously.

Yield: Three Bubbas

Featured Ingredients

Inspired by the home cooking of the Ozarks, this seasoning makes the best fried chicken you’ll ever taste. It has an intensely savory... Size Options
$7.49 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 3.5 oz)

Ozark Pan Fried Chicken Recipe

  • 3 whole boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • About 1/2 cup plain breadcrumbs
  • About 1/4 cup plain flour
  • 2 eggs beaten with a tablespoon of water
  • 1-2 tablepoons Ozark Fried Chicken Seasoning
  • canola oil for frying
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Preparation Instructions

Heat Canola oil on MEDIUM heat. Be patient. You can also use Vegetable Oil or Peanut Oil. I've found Canola works the best.

Cut each breast in half, removing the center fat and tenderize, pounding to about 1/2" thick

Dredge breast in flour, pressing down on each side, covering lightly and completely.

Place floured breast into the eggwash, and flip. Sprinkle Ozark seasoning generously on egged side of the breast. Flip again and apply Ozark seasoning to the other side. Don't be stingy.

Dredge eggwashed and seasoned breast in breadcrumbs, pressing down on both sides to completely cover.

Place breast into hot canola oil. Breast should be about 3/4 submerged. After about three minutes, flip and cook an additional 2 to 3 minutes. Cut breast open at the thickest point to check doneness.

Remove and place on a plate with paper towel. Allow to sit 2-3 minutes, if you can help yourself.


Yield: Three Bubbas
Helpful Hints

FYI, Ozark Fried Chicken Spice is also a great seasoning for homefries.


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1 Comment

Steve Hughes

Not too crazy for Ozark Fried Chicken Spice, its far too salty if you follow the directions on the bag. the most you need is anywhere from 1-1/2tsp. NO MORE! Or, no one will eat it.