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How to Make Deliciously Faux-Fried Chicken

As much as we'd all love to dive into a bucket of glistening fried chicken on the regular, we know eating the bird in other forms is a healthier bet. But not all hope is lost: Baking can elicit the same desirable crunch as the deep fryer.
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    Oven Fried Chicken Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network -, very good, make gluten free with your own bread crumbs, watch cook time, took much longer to cook than recipe said

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    Angie Hurd • 10 weeks ago

    Wow this recipe was delicious an added bonus was a little more healthier although I did tweak it a little I left the skin in my home that's a must but everything it called for was great I'm not a fan of the texture of the cornmeal so I also left that out it was still a success!thank you

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