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Preserving Chick-Fil-A for a Sunday tailgate


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#16 SZ James (banned)

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 10:10 PM

uhhh...

Zaxby's shits all over everything else mentioned thus far...


How about no.

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 11:37 PM

I think it is against the law to eat Chic-Fil-A on a Sunday.........

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 11:40 PM

I think it is against the law to eat Chic-Fil-A on a Sunday.........


Taking my chances.

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 11:31 AM

I can't believe I am going to share this....I got this personally from someone that is very high up at Chick Fil A....


The recipe im about to give you top secret-- i really dont tell everybody this but I trust YOU :)

THINGS TO BUY:
Boneless Chicken Breast
Claussen Pickles chips (THIS BRAND ONLY-NO SUBS)
House of Autry Chicken breader(THIS BRAND ONLY NO SUBS-- OUTSIDE BOX OR BAG IS RED.
I HOPE YOU HAVE A DEEP FRYER-- its Very important to have this.

RECIPE:
First buy some boneless skinless chicken breast
Marinate them in clauseen pickle juice for 1 hour(DISCARD JUICE AFTER MARINATE)
Then dip your chicken into All Purpose Flour then into an egg wash( 2 eggs with 2 tablespoons water mixed together) and the Back into the House of Autry chicken breader.
THIS METHOD IS CALLED--- DRY/WET/DRY ---
Deep fry on 350 F until the crust turns golden brown MAYBE LIKE 4-5 MINUTES OR LESS --remove from fryer and then bake in oven on a cookie sheet or casserole dish at 350 F until the internal temp reaches 160 F
After you have removed it from the oven let it rest for 5-8 minutes -- Next put on hamburger bun that has been TOASTED-- I find it works best in a nonstick pan on the stove top with just a little bit of butter--just lightly toasted. Next put mayo on both sides of bun with lettuce and 1 slice of tomato and 1 claussen pickle chip. EAT !!!
I hope this works out for you-- you got any questions let me know--- Im sure you are wondering why go from the fryer to the oven-- the reason is its more likely to burn in the fryer and baking is more of a delicate process and you probably wont burn it that way-- this is the way i do it !! ENJOY

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 11:32 AM

Also, thinking about it, this could be done at a tailgate with a toaster oven and a family fryer

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 06:11 PM

Thanks for the tip on the sandwiches everyone.

I do want to try your recipe HotSauce (and will soon) - we ran into a time crunch yesterday so just went for the 'is it good the next day?' experiment.

Sandwiches worked perfectly. The manager separated the sandwiches in their individual foil pouches (got 6 original and 6 spicy) and gave us the uncooked buns in a bag. Put the breasts in the fridge as soon as we got home and left the buns on the counter. Buttered the buns this am and toasted them while letting the breasts reheat at 300. Wrapped them in foil before we left and put them in a pouch heater that plugs into the car. Combined when we were ready to eat and added pickles/sauce as we all wanted.

Fries didn't work out - but weren't as bad as we thought they would be.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 08:31 AM

I can't believe I am going to share this....I got this personally from someone that is very high up at Chick Fil A....


So is he like...... an assistant manager or something?



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