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I know a guy who worked at Ad Hoc, and he said that after the chicken is brined

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Posted to Thread #30243 at 4:22 pm on Apr 19, 2018

they let it dry on racks in the fridge all day.

They make the brine in the morning, by the end of shift it is cool, then chicken is brined overnight. The next morning, the chicken is removed from the brine and put back in the fridge on racks until family meal. Then when they're done eating, the chicken is ready to be breaded. They wait 20 minutes in between breading, then the light and dark pieces are fried separately, removed before being completely done and rested on racks. The ambient heat finishes cooking the chicken.

I have yet to attempt it.


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