One of the main advantages of buying a whole chicken is that you get quite a bang for your buck. I mean, with ten bucks I got all this!
It’s been a long journey from the guy who couldn’t hold a knife well to the one who managed to cut that up in five minutes. I still need to bring it down to three.
Anyways, I am doing chicken this week because I need to save money because I spent a lot becaue I am going to a show. It’s my splurge – well, that and food. But the food happens everyday so I guess it’s not a splurge? Wait, I’m deviating to another subject again, aren’t I? Where was I?
So I cut this guy up in pieces and salted it. And fried it in coconut oil.
Another thing that I’ve learned is that it is almost never good to crowd a pan. A small tour of my previous posts will show you that is something I
use used to do a lot, but I am getting better at it. Smaller batches to ensure everything cooks uniformly instead of a big blob that may have cold spots. After I fried the chicken I introduced a sliced onion