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The Secret To Reheating Fried Chicken

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Fried chicken with a serious case of the GBDs, or Golden Brown Deliciousness, is like sunshine

on a cloudy day.

Everyone can appreciate a perfectly fried breast or thigh with a thick and crunchy coating

on the outside.

Not to mention the tender, and juicy meat on the inside.

Whether you've made it yourself with your personal oh-so-secret ingredient or swung

through the KFC drive-thru, fried chicken deserves all the love you have to give.

Should you somehow have any fried chicken leftovers, please don't disrespect them with

shoddy reheating techniques.

"Oh God.

I'm sorry.

I thought I was doing pretty good."

Breading that was once submerged in hot oil and then allowed to cool presents a number

of challenges.

What should be dry and crispy is now saturated and soggy.

Plus, you still need to keep an eye on that meat, which can get tough when reheated.

Dry, stringy, reheated meat is a no-no in any situation.

But there is an ideal approach to reheating fried chicken and it's simpler than you might

think.

First let's talk about what not to do.

Avoid reheating fried chicken in the microwave.


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