Mini Fried Chicken Hors d'Oeuvres
MINI FRIED CHICKEN HORS D'OEUVRES - THE RECIPE
Dirty fried chicken doesn't have to be from Popeye's at 3 AM on a Friday night, nor does it have to be fifteen dollars at a faux high-end chain restaurant, eaten by candlelight with a bunch of pretentious bell-ends. You can make fancy ass chicken hors d'oeuvres in the comfort of your own home!
Lots x chicken breasts
1 x pack chicken wings
1 x pack bacon
1 x pack of floppy cheese
1 x lettuce and tomatoes
1 x pack of tortillas
1 x cup plain flour
1 x egg
1/2 x cup beer
1/2 x tspn baking powder
seasoning, salt, cayenne pepper
Par-boil some chicken strips for your zingers, chunks for your double-downs, and wings for your, erm, wings. Set aside.
Dump all your batter ingredients in a bowl and whisk until thick.
Next, smother your chicken pieces in the creamy batter.
Dump in a deep-fryer and cook until golden and delicious looking.
Wrap up your zingers and build the double-downs by sandwiching together some heart attack bacon rashers and floppy cheese. Yum!
To wash that all down, make a nuggetini by shaking together in a dirty ol'jar some chocolate milkshake, irish cream liqueur, and a splash of vodka. Pour into a martini glass with a burger sauce dipped rim. And voila!
Previously - English Breakfast Cupcakes
Really fucking hungry? Check out Joanna Fuertes-Knight's (totally free) online cookbook! It's got every Girl Eats Food recipe ever in it.
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