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Southern Fried Chicken Gizzards These Southern Fried Chicken Gizzards are not tough! If you've tried fried chicken gizzards before and found them tough you really need to try this method! The initial stewing makes these gizzards melt-in-your-mouth tender and yields a very flavorful chicken stock for other uses. You can have Fried Chicken Gizzards a Southern Favorite using 5 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Fried Chicken Gizzards a Southern Favorite
- You need 1-1/2 pound of chicken gizzards.
- You need 1 tablespoon of seasoned salt.
- It’s 1 teaspoon of fresh ground black pepper.
- You need 1/2 cup of all purpose flour.
- You need as needed of cooking oil.
On a recent camping trip to Florida In the southern united States, I cooked a lunch of fried Chicken. My Favorite piece is the gizzard. In this Southern Fried Chicken Gizzard recipe, gizzards are marinated in a spicy bath of buttermilk and hot sauce then battered in a seasoned flour and fried to golden brown perfection!! Serve with my Collard Greens or Mustard Greens and Hot Water Cornbread for a truly Southern meal.
Fried Chicken Gizzards a Southern Favorite instructions
- Heat oil in a pan / skillet.
- Clean the gizzards especially this part in picture it peels off very easy.
- All your gizzards should be looking like these.
- Salt and Pepper the gizzards.
- Coat the gizzards lightly with flour.
- Fry in batches and turn as needed.
- Move to paper towels and repeat till done.
- Serve immediately you can make a gravy with the leftover flour and make smothered gizzards in gravy..
- Also serve with any sauce like the chili garlic sauce..
If you love gizzards, try my Fried Okra or Fried Pickles, I was first introduced to the glory of Southern fried chicken gizzards at Roscoe's, a chain of chicken-and-waffle houses in California. It's a place where you'll never have to worry about running out of the whipped butter that accompanies not only the waffles but just about everything else on the menu. A personal story.while I attended college I lived off chicken gizzards. There was a Maryland Fried Chicken Restaurant in walking distance of my college. This gizzard meal was so delicious, yummy, and filled me up.