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I made this last night for dinner.. I thought it was pretty gosh-darned good.
Chicken fried Chicken breast for 2 people
1 supersized chicken breast (minimum 3/4 lb), cut in half or 2 smaller ones
1 cup all purpose flour
2 Tablespoons powdered sugar
1/4 teaspoon celery salt
1/8th teaspoon Seasoning salt
1/2 teaspoon Old Bay Garlic Seasoning, in 4 portions (http://www.amazon.com/Garlic-Herb-Seasoning-2-62-Pack/dp/B00...)
2 cups Peanut Oil
Tenderizing mallet, ziplock baggie, cutting board, skillet (I prefer an electric one)
Pour the peanut oil into the skillet (I use one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Presto-06626-Electric-Skillet-glass/dp...) and set it to high/400degs. Mix the flour, powdered sugar, celery salt, & seasoning salt in the ziplock baggie & shake to mix well. Put the chicken on the cutting board & sprinkle 1 portion of the Old Bay seasoning on each chicken breast (portion). Using the pointy end of the tenderizing mallet, gently GENTLY pound the breast flat until about 1/2" thick. Flip, season, pound a little bit more. The underside of the breast might start to shred, so be very gentle with it. After pounding flat, put into the ziplock baggie 1 at a time & shake well to coat. Using blunt tongs, put into the hot oil & cook for at least 4 minutes on each side, flipping over twice (so 2 times on each side in the hot oil). Serve with gravy or alone.. I prefer with gravy. Made this with yukon gold mashed garlic potatoes. Yum!