Fried chicken and summer go hand-in-hand. Originating in the Middle Ages from Scots, "fritters" were today’s version of fried chicken. Scottish immigrants came to America where they continued the custom of deep frying chicken in fat.
The perfect fried chicken has a light and crackly crust coating juicy meat underneath, the perfect comfort food. While fried chicken is traditionally made with milk and a flour battered crust, variations on the dish can include using buttermilk, panko breading, different seasonings like sugar and chili, and the way the chicken is fried.
In Las Vegas, try the Bromberg brothers' gold standard of fried chicken, Emeril Lagasse's take, Asian variations, and more.
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