Solomon Recipes

I started this blog so I could pass along family recipes to my children. Most of these recipes are Eaton recipes.

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Thursday, April 10, 2008


Coated chicken after 30 minutes

Chicken in skillet with hot oil




5 lb. bag of chicken wings
1 bag of HOOTER wing bredding (found in grocery aisle)
1 jar of HOOTER wing sauce of your choice (found in grocery aisle)

Thaw bag of assorted chicken peices. Rinse and drain.
Dip chicken in milk.
Empty contents of bredding in large bowl or a large zip loc bag.
Place chicken peices in bag and shake or place in bowl and coat.
Set bredded peices of chicken aside in large bowl or pan.

When all peices have been thoroughly coated, set in fridge for 15 to 30 minutes.
If there is any bredding left over re-coat chicken peices before dropping in hot oil skillet or deep fryer.

Oil should be 350 degrees. Drop peices into hot skillet and let cook on one side for 15 minutes. Do not turn until then. Turn peices of chicken over and cook for an additional 10 to 15 minutes. When peices are cooked all the way through drain on paper towel and then coat with HOOTER sauce.

These are sooo good!!

1 comment:

mandy horrocks said...

i just stumbled upon this from your blog =)
i love reading recipes and reading recipes with pictures is even better. keep up the good work! i always need new ideas for dinner =)