Game Day Provisions 101: Miniature Bloody Mary Fried Chicken

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Miniature Bloody Mary Fried Chicken 

Tailgating socials are bound to offer a wide variety of foods. Miniature Bloody Mary Fried Chicken is the perfect game day snack as the petite size leaves room for all of those other flavors we crave on game day. The chicken gets tremendous flavor from the Cilantro-Lime Bloody Mary mixture & delivers a fresh taste like no other – it’s truly some of the best fried chicken you’ll ever try. Learn how to use a football party cocktail classic to handcraft a crispy batch of game day goodness.

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makes 6 servings

The Basic Fundamentals

 Although drumettes were chosen to prepare the recipe, a combination that includes wing portions may be used.

3 lbs chicken drumettes
4 cups Cilantro-Lime Bloody Mary Shooters
2 cups all purpose flour
1 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp ground red pepper
1/2 tsp fresh ground black pepper
1 1/2 cups buttermilk
Vegetable oil

Place the chicken in a medium bowl & top with the Cilantro-Lime Bloody Mary Shooters mixture being certain it is completely submerged. Cover & chill 12 to 24 hours. Combine the flour, the salt, the ground red pepper & the black pepper in a medium bowl. Pour the buttermilk into a shallow dish. Dredge the chicken in the flour mixture, shaking off the excess. Dip in the buttermilk, then coat in the flour mixture again.

Pour the oil to a depth of 1 1/2-inches in an enamel coated cast iron Dutch oven & heat to 350 degrees. Fry the chicken, in batches, 7 to 8 minutes or until chicken registers 165 degrees. Drain on a wire rack over paper towels.

The Extra Point

Serve the chicken for a weeknight supper with a vegetable & your favorite salad.

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How To Set Up A Frying Station

Organization is key when frying large batches of food to serve guests when game day socials are in order. For additional pointers in regards to the subject, look to The Tailgaters Essential Frying Guide. In the meantime, arrange the lineup as follows.

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 Set up a dredging station on your countertop or organize the food on half sheet pans on a small table if cooking outdoors. Line up the items in the order in which they will be used. Start to one side of the hot grease with the final item in the lineup being a wire rack covered in paper towels to drain the hot food. Have several pairs of tongs to use for different tasks. Use one pair to dredge raw foods & slip items into the hot oil. Use another pair of tongs to turn pieces while cooking or remove them from the grease. A spider or a large slotted spoon is a great tool for retrieving the food from the grease.

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