Jordan's Buttercup Fried Chicken
This is the first part of a complete meal. I saw this first meal in a movie a long time ago filmed at Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles in Los Angeles. Too far to drive to go there. Joyce loves to cook Belgian waffles and we both love chicken. So with the right ingredients this is a match made in heaven. TESTED & PERFECTED RECIPE – These chicken tenders are marinated in seasoned buttermilk and pan-fried to crispy, crunchy perfection. They are tender and packed with so much flavor. You can not eat just one, the after taste will make you go begging for more.
Field tested this on December 19, 2017 with my visiting Sister-In-Law (Linda) who enjoys coming to our home for Christmas vacation and of course eating meals with Joyce and myself. The neighbors say they can smell the food cooking from down the street. At least that's what my daughter (Christina) says when arriving unexpectedly but always around 5 PM because she knows that it is dinner time.
I love to cook but afterwards I can't eat right away. I always fix myself a refreshing drink and wait for the sounds of approval by those consuming the results of my hard work. Linda, my sister-in-law normally likes to watch her diet and eat only a small portion of the meals. She took her first bite out of this chicken and I heard her say, "Oh my God!" I asked what was wrong and she says I got to have another piece of this chicken. Well, she had four pieces and so did my lovely wife Joyce. Joyce normally approves by saying, "Honey this is sooo good!" She also had more than one serving and then adds, " I can't get skinny with you cooking like this.".
This chicken was even better the second day. I placed it in the oven at 225 degrees to warm the second day and came out perfect. For those that like cold chicken you won't be disappointed with each visit to the refrigerator for a night time snack. The recipe for this mouth-watering perfection will be in the book Annapolis Creed: Enduring Classic Recipes