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Unread 01-15-2013, 04:57 PM   #1
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Default Recipe: Daddio-Fil-A (pic)

Daddio-Fil-A

We're all familiar with the original chicken sandwich, right? You know the
ones that are served at the really clean, really fast restaurants with a
twice-hyphenated name and advertisements that feature grammatically-
challenged cows? Yeah, that one!



I had my first such sandwich just a little over a month ago, as they've just
recently expanded to Boise. I found that, like a certain West coast burger
chain with a cult following (also with a twice-hyphenated name), the food
and service were great, but it didn't rise to the level of the religious
experience espoused by their regulars.

And what is it with the dual hyphens? Is that the secret? I digress... Here
for your handheld fried poultry enjoyment is my version of said chicken
sandwich.

Ingredients
2 large Boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 cup Buttermilk
1/2 cup Your favorite hot sauce (I used Frank's® RedHot® Original)
2 Tbsp Kosher salt, divided
2 cups Peanut oil for frying (or canola oil)
1 cup Flour, all-purpose
1 Tbsp Powdered sugar
2 tsp Black pepper, ground fresh
2 tsp Smoked paprika
2 tsp Ground cayenne
4 Plain hamburger buns
4 Tbsp Butter, softened
16 Dill pickle slices

Method
Pound the thick end of each chicken breast until the entire breast is of
equal thickness, cut each breast in half width-wise and put the pieces in a
gallon size zip-top bag. Add the buttermilk, hot sauce and 1 tablespoon of
the salt to the bag. Slosh the bag gently to combine all of the ingredients
and to coat the chicken completely. Seal the bag while removing as much
of the excess air as possible. Place the bag in a lipped pan (to catch any
leakage) and refrigerate at least six hours, or overnight.

Starting about 30 minutes before you want to serve, heat the oil to 350º
in a large heavy skillet (I recommend cast iron).

While the oil is heating, combine the flour, powdered sugar, remaining salt,
pepper, paprika and cayenne in a medium bowl and mix well. Remove a
chicken piece from the buttermilk marinade and shake off the excess.
Dredge the chicken in the flour until it is completely covered. Shake off the
excess flour and set aside on a platter. Repeat with the remaining chicken
pieces. Let the chicken sit at least 10 minutes before frying to ensure that
the flour adheres well.

Working in batches of two if needed, fry the chicken pieces for 2-3 minutes
per side, or until they are nicely browned and the internal temperature is
160º. Remove the pieces to a wire rack that's placed inside a sheet pan. If
you're working in batches, put the sheet pan in a 170º oven.

Spread the butter evenly over the cut sides of both halves of each bun
and toast under your broiler.

Assemble the sandwiches by putting four pickle slices on the bottom half of
each bun, add a piece of chicken, and the bun top.

Serve and enjoy!

Oh, and if you want some of that killer sauce, simply whisk together 1 cup
of mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons of your favorite sweet barbecue sauce, 1
tablespoon plain yellow mustard, 1 tablespoon dill pickle juice, 1 tablespoon
honey, and 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika. Done! It makes a lot, but you'll
use it, I promise.

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Unread 01-15-2013, 05:05 PM   #2
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That looks great!
I'll be trying this very soon
Thanks for sharing
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Oooh you need your own Blog, or TV show or BOTH...........YEAH Thanks.
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That Looks Great...Thanks for Sharing !!
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Oooh you need your own Blog, or TV show or BOTH...........YEAH Thanks.
Ha! I have a blog (click the recipe title link), but a show... No.

I will, however, be doing a local TV recipe demo for Johnsonville for the Super Bowl.

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Looks good John, Have to give it a try.
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Ha! I have a blog (click the recipe title link), but a show... No.

I will, however, be doing a local TV recipe demo for Johnsonville for the Super Bowl.

John

Ooooh I know the Ralph............If your in Wisconsin let me know I want to hook up.

Was being coy on the blog.............
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How ironic. When I lived in Eagle 2004-05, I think it was. I looked into bringing two things to Boise.

1. Hooters because there was not one there. I then found out that you basically have to already be very rich to open one. Shortly, there after someone opened one.

2. Chick-Fil-A. Because, no offense John, most of the food I found in Boise at the time was pretty bland. Figured this concept would go over great. Turns out they don't franchise...

I suspect it will do quite well though, unlike that Krispy Kreme that opened on Eagle Road @ Meridian I think it was. People camped out all night for that place to open.

Safe to assume its gone like most of the others?

I'll give your recipe a try.
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How ironic. When I lived in Eagle 2004-05, I think it was. I looked into bringing two things to Boise.

1. Hooters because there was not one there. I then found out that you basically have to already be very rich to open one. Shortly, there after someone opened one.

2. Chick-Fil-A. Because, no offense John, most of the food I found in Boise at the time was pretty bland. Figured this concept would go over great. Turns out they don't franchise...

I suspect it will do quite well though, unlike that Krispy Kreme that opened on Eagle Road @ Meridian I think it was. People camped out all night for that place to open.

Safe to assume its gone like most of the others?

I'll give your recipe a try.
Nope, the Krispy Kreme in Meridian (Eagle & Fairview) is still open.

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2. Chick-Fil-A. Because, no offense John, most of the food I found in Boise at the time was pretty bland.
I never thought of Chick-fil-a as a cure for blandness. Boise must have some seriously bland food.

I like the looks and description of a Daddio-fil-a, though. I may have to try it.

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I'm already thinking kettle fried daddio-fil-a! Thanks for the recipe.
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Bookmarked! I loves me a delicious chicken sammich.
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1. Hooters
They have very nice Chick Fil A..........but you can't eat the food. At least were I'm at...........
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Mighty Fine!
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Looks fantastic John! I believe that other place makes there own buttermilk by mixing the leftover pickle juice with milk. I'm so making these tomorrow. Thanks
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