chik-fil-a chicken sandwich

Budget Menu & Dirt Cheap Recipes Mixes~MYO~Copycat~Etc chik-fil-a chicken sandwich

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    • #310780

      i am in love with copycat recipes. i found one for chick-fil-a chicken. the secret is to marinate the chicken in pickle juice and the breading contains powdered sugar.

      it really makes the difference. i think they were spot on when they copied this one.

    • #433993

      @bethaliz6894 251952 wrote:

      i am in love with copycat recipes. i found one for chick-fil-a chicken. the secret is to marinate the chicken in pickle juice and the breading contains powdered sugar. it really makes the difference. i think they were spot on when they copied this one.

      Is it the same as this one here:

      https://www.budget101.com/mixes-myo-copycat-etc/69020-chick-fil-chicken-sandwich.html

    • #433994

      i wish i still had the link, but mine has a lot more spices. its close thought. when i get a good recipe i save it in a program to track recipes.

      i am going to try and copy it help….i hope it is ok. if not please delete it.

    • #433992

      Chick-Fil-A Copycat

      1 boneless, skinless chicken breast
      ¼ cup pickle juice (sour dill is my favorite)…i use enough to cover the chicken.
      1/4 c milk
      1 egg
      ½ cup flour
      1 tablespoon powdered sugar
      ½ teaspoon salt
      ¼ teaspoon black pepper
      ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
      ¼ teaspoon celery salt
      ¼ teaspoon dried basil
      ½ teaspoon paprika
      optional: up to ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper for a spicy sandwich

      oil for frying (about a cup)

      for serving: buns (buttered and toasted) and pickle slices!

      instructions

      1.Wrap the chicken loosely between plastic wrap and pound gently with the flat side
      of a meat tenderizer until about ½ inch thick all around.

      2.Cut into two pieces, as even as possible.

      3.Marinate in the pickle juice for 30 minutes to one hour (add a teaspoon of Tabasco
      sauce now for a spicy sandwich)….i did not use tabasco sauce.

      4.Beat the egg with the milk in a bowl.

      5.Combine the flour, sugar, and spices in another bowl.

      6.Dip the chicken pieces each into the egg on both sides, then coat in flour on both
      sides.

      7.Heat the oil in a skillet (1/2 inch deep) to about 345-350.

      8.Fry each cutlet for 2 minutes on each side, or until golden and cooked through.

      9.Blot on paper and serve on toasted buns with pickle slices.

    • #434000

      Seven or eight years ago, my Son worked at one of our local Chick-Fil-A restaurants.
      I remember him telling me years ago, they didn’t use egg in their milk wash for the chicken. So, I called him yesterday to confirm, and yep…I remembered correctly. :-0
      ((I don’t know about any of the other restaurants, only the one where he was employed.))
      Don’t know if it would or wouldn’t make a difference in the breading, crust, texture, or flavor.

    • #434004

      that is great to know, the next time i make this, i wont put egg in the wash. thank you. 🙂

    • #434012

      Let us know if there’s a difference…good, bad, or none.
      mornincoffee smilie

    • #434714

      Does anyone have a copycat recipe for the chick fil A sauce~~it is the yellowish one.

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