Seasoned Flour Recipes
Carmen Said:How do you make fried chicken?
3 cups milk
1 ounce flour
1 cup of fine bread crumbs or powdered sugar
1 tsp. cardamom
1 tsp. garlic powder (salt)
1/2 cup. onion powder (not salt)
1 tsp. chili powder
4 tsp. black pepper
6-8 cups Crisco cooking oil
2 fryer, or young frying chicken, cut in pieces
(optional) Add a teaspoon/ two of red chili powder for a spicy flavour
Step 1 Prepare the batter by placing eggs and milk into one bowl.
Step 2 Combine the flour, breadcrumbs, and seasonings into another bowl.
Step 3 Dip each chicken piece, first, into the flour, then the batter, and again into the flour. Place them on a plate.
Step 4 Take a large, deep chicken fryer, add oil, and heat on the stove at a medium setting. Watch to see that it does not get too hot and 'spit'. To test to see if the oil is hot, put your hands under the water faucet then flick the water from your fingers over the oil. If it sizzles, you know the oil is hot enough to add the chicken to fry.
Step 5 Remove from pan after the chicken is a golden brown, and place on paper towels, on the counter top.
Hope that helps :)
Teresa Said:recipe for seasoned flour?
We Answered:obviously too late to help you tonight, but seasoned flour is bascially a generic term, used to denote that your basic seasonings, your black or white pepper and some form of salt, have in fact been mixed with some white flour.
No big deal, right?
okay, now we add flavors and aromas which only
enhance the food they will be used on. Okay?
frying fish? Add fresh/dried lemon peel, maybe leeks, some dried or fresh dill, and use white pepper instead. different appearance different taste.
pork? try cardoman, curry powder and Hungarian paprika
Chicken? Don't know what you're having with it of course,
but I would naturally add some garlic powder, onion powder, touch of cumen, pinch marjoram, and a smidgen of cayenne pepper.
mix what you want for what you have
in good health
Ida Said:Can I sub in almond flour in this recipe for my gluten-free friend?
We Answered:If I knew what you were making, it would help, but i don't think almond flour would work as it sounds like it should rise.
You also need to check the brand of baking soda. Most have flour as one of the ingredients, though in some cases, this is rice flour.
Tamara Said:What is the right way to season flour?
We Answered:For the butter sauce, don't melt the butter completely, just half melt it. that is hard to do if you walk away from it.. anyway partially melt it than add a little garlic powder(not garlic salt) or some sauteed diced garlic. Even some chopped parsely or chives..If you do over melt it just stir in a little more unmelted butter, that might thicken the melted butter back up. It should be thick not thin.
What I do is pour some self rising flour in a seal-able bowl that you can just keep in the cabinet. Just dump in a large amount, start adding salt, pepper, garlic powder(not gaarlic salt), paprika. You can add a little onion powder and accent if you like. That is a basic seasoning. You can always add other spices to match the cuisine when you take a portion out for a meal.. Seal and shake.. Taste it.. add a little more salt etc till it is the way you want. I'd fry one piece to taste test, Then adjust again. You can keep this bowl in the cabinet so you won't have to do that every time. Just take out what you need every time. I find the self rise is crunchier. You can even add some crushed cracker crumbs to the portion you are using just before you use it. for fish I use cornmeal not flour. If you use flour fish takes more salt than shrimp so maybe make a little fresh batch for shrimp every time. Ther is no recipe you just have to tweek it to your taster. Somepeople like things more salty than other. For fried green tomaotes i don't add salt to the flour self rise already has some.. that would be to salty for tomatoes.
Arlene Said:What is the best breading for fried oysters?
We Answered:Japanese panko. Cover oyster with flour then dip in egg then panko. This is the best I promise.
Harvey Said:A recipe I am going to use asks for "seasoned plain flour for dusting."?
We Answered:seasoned plain flour is just flour with salt and pepper in it. nice and easy!
Danny Said:Do you know a recipe using flour tortillas, diced tomatoes & green chilles, and ground beef?
We Answered:i would go for some sort of enchilada. If you have green chili's, it doesn't hurt that you don't have taco seasoning. But if you have chili powder, or even paprika, you can get something similar to chili powder.
There are a few recipes here - go down the page a bit.
Also, what would be REALLY easy , is to make a sort of lasagna- like thing, where you do layers.
cook the ground beef, add tomatoes and chilies, cook it down a bit, so it isn't runny.
Put a flour tortilla in a deep pan, add some of the meat mixture, add another tortilla, etc. Works great if you can put cheese on top.
Heat in the oven till it is warm all the way through, or the cheese is melted
Serve it by slicing it like a cake.