Sometimes I like to heat things up a bit and take my tongue on a wild ride with something filled with fiery spices! Nashville chicken hit the spot perfectly. Not only does it warm your insides, but if you eat it as a biscuit sandwich with dill pickle slices, the hot and tangy combination is […]Read More Hot Nashville Fried Chicken
Ok, I’ve struggled on this one. I’ve made biscuits several times. The first time they were decent-ish, they held together nicely, but were way too floury tasting and very dense. The next couple of times they fell apart and were a weird light crumbly texture. I felt like I created a new kind of dessert […]Read More I Finally Made Good Biscuits!
Chopped, battered and fried, bite sized chunks of chicken, coated in a sweet orange-flavored chili sauce, which caramelizes into a thick sticky glaze. Made with fresh ginger and pressed garlic, these fried little bites are bursting with flavor! With a little bit of prep work, this recipe is super easy to throw together. The original recipe is […]Read More Sweet & Crispy Orange Chicken
These have now replaced my old bun recipe. They were good, a huge step up from store bought, but after making them a few times, I started critiquing them a bit. They weren’t quite how I wanted them to be. They were a bit too light and fluffy, and were missing something that I couldn’t […]Read More Sesame Seed Buns 2.0
Warm, crispy golden fries, dusted in salt and spices, what’s not to love? I think it’s my favorite way to eat russet potatoes. Have you ever wondered who came up with this ingenious idea? Some might think the name “French fry” is a dead give away. France, duh, it’s in the name. Well, the French […]Read More Double Fried Seasoned Fries
Chicken tenders have always been one of my favorite foods. So, of course, I had to figure out a good recipe for homemade ones. I use to think they’d be super hard to make. Fried foods in general use to scare me. Scorching hot oil, not cooking the chicken enough, burning the outside, a grease […]Read More Mini Chicken Tenders
Binging with Babish is one of my favorite YouTube channels; incase he is a mystery to you, he makes various foods from TV shows and movies. It’s awesome. When I saw his tantalizingly double-glazed apple fritters from the Regular Show, I knew I had to make them. Fried batter, dotted with chunks of gooey spiced […]Read More Apple Fritters from Binging with Babish