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Old 01-11-2014, 09:42 PM   #141
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I'll tell you what, If I ever come over for dinner I will bring the beer.
When Balota comes to visit one of the first things we do is go to the liquor store where he stocks up. I actually have some of his "good" beers here in my fridge but I felt it would have been rude to pour one of his beers in my chili. Especially if he wasn't even going to be here to eat the chili.
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When Balota comes to visit one of the first things we do is go to the liquor store where he stocks up. I actually have some of his "good" beers here in my fridge but I felt it would have been rude to pour one of his beers in my chili. Especially if he wasn't even going to be here to eat the chili.
You could always go to the store and get more. I'm sure he wouldn't mind that!
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You could always go to the store and get more. I'm sure he wouldn't mind that!
True, but he seems to always choose something different to try out.
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a recipe i found by accident.

catfish fried chicken strips.

i was going to make fried chicken strips one night, and was a bit short on flour, so to extend the dry mix for dredging the chicken in before frying, i added cornmeat with the flour.

1 lb. bag of boneless chicken breasts, thawed.
1 cup of milk.
2 large eggs.
1/3 cup of all purpose flour.
2/3 cup of yellow corn meal.
4 Tbsp. of Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning.
4 Tbsp. of Tony Chachere's More Spice seasoning.
2 Tbsp. of cayenne pepper.

cut up the chicken into strips. break two eggs into a bowl and whisk them together with the milk. dump the chicken strips into the bowl of milk and egg mixture.

mix all you dry ingrediants into a bowl, until blended all together. dredge your milk and egg coated chicken strips with the dry mix until covered completely. lay out on a plate.

i use a deep fryer set at about 350 degrees for my cooking of the chicken strips. right before dropping the chicken strips in the cooking oil, redredge them again in the dry mix. cook until golden brown and then remove, drain on a plate with paper towels.

serve with french fries, onion rings, hush puppies or cole slaw.

the chicken strips taste almost like fried catfish, without the fishy taste. they even look like fried catfish!

try this out and i think you will enjoy this recipe.
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