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Buffalo Chicken Strips With Blue Cheese Salad

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Although deep-frying requires cooking in a lot of oil, very little is absorbed by the chicken. The hot oil sears the exterior, sealing in juices and keeping out most of the fat.

Source: Everyday Food, October 2005
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A deep-fry thermometer is the best way to monitor the temperature of the oil. Adjust burner heat during cooking to maintain a steady temperature.

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  • dally10
    11 AUG, 2010
    This is one of my favorites is easy and delicious i pan fry it because i don't usually eat anything fried. Wondering how it will be baked.
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  • aylis
    31 MAR, 2010
    Can you freeeze this?
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  • AdamHeartMother
    25 JUN, 2008
    I pan-friend and used extra firm tofu instead of chicken. Freeze tofu overnight to give it an even "meatier" texture. Add a healthy amount of cornstarch to your dredging mixture, or otherwise make pure cornstarch the second dredge. Crispy tofu rules!
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  • divajenn
    25 JUN, 2008
    Has anyone tried not deep frying? I wonder how they would turn out baked or panfried? They sound yummy ;)
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  • welove2cook
    24 JUN, 2008
    Love these. We added 1 tablespoon of vinegar to the sauce (for a more traditional Buffalo sauce) and loved it. The salad is a wonderful complement, too.
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  • joanfromvirginia
    25 MAY, 2008
    I've made this three times, and it's been a winner each time. We absolutely love the sauce. While it's great poured on the chicken (I make extra sauce), we also like to dip it in the sauce then in the blue cheese dressing...yummy!
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  • daleycooking
    28 MAR, 2008
    Fabulous recipe! The chicken is tender and flavorful.
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  • mmsrjs
    28 JAN, 2008
    Ron usually bar b ques these little wings, and it is good for a couple days, until all is gone.
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  • kato
    26 DEC, 2007
    This is a great recipe for "wings". I added a little water to the sauce so that it coated the chicken more easily. I also found that leftovers heat wonderfully. I reserved half of the fried chicken when I first made this recipe. The next night I reheated the fried chicken in a 325 degree oven. Once it was heated, I added the fried chicken to the sauce. My husband and I actually thought it was better the next night! This is a keeper.
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  • kato
    26 DEC, 2007
    This is a great recipe for "wings". I added a little water to the sauce so that it coated the chicken more easily. I also found that leftovers heat wonderfully. I reserved half of the fried chicken when I first made this recipe. The next night I reheated the fried chicken in a 325 degree oven. Once it was heated, I added the fried chicken to the sauce. My husband and I actually thought it was better the next night! This is a keeper.
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