Deep-fried whole chickens?
- Cakegirl Dec 27, 2004 07:56 AM
My mother has had great success making deep-fried turkeys for Thanksgiving and now wants to deep-fry whole chickens in the same fashion, figuring that they'll also turn out delicious and juicy. But I never hear of anyone deep-frying whole chickens. Is there any reason why it can't/shouldn't be done? Or should she just go ahead and fry it up? Please advise...
I have deep fried whole chickens, as well as cornish hens and pork loin with great success so don't fear, fry at will...
ive been deep frying cornish game hens ... well its a very common korean dish, been eating and doing since i can remember. its the easiest to do with game hens cause you dont need a turkey fryer, just a large stock pot.
btw, in korean they call it a "tong dak" (whole chicken) if you are ever want to order it.