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Old 11-18-2008, 04:56 PM   #1
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i have never done this before in my life. i left skin on....i forgot i don't have any nonwhite flour...so i'm stuck with just frying it in olive oil. medium heat....going for about 30 minutes now...with many turnings. anybody got any good recipes....chicken legs are fricken cheap....

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Beat an egg. Make some bread crumbs. Add salt & pepper to bread crumbs. Dip leg in egg, roll in bread crumbs, then fry.
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also....i'm having a tough time tracking down nutrition info....i've got a package of five legs that weighs 1.5 pounds....so each leg is like .3 pounds. so each leg is almost 5 ounces. so how much of that five ounces is meat...and not bone?
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I guess you'll have to cook one and pull the meat off to weigh it. Good thing I'm not there. I would eat all 5 of them while you were worrying about measuring them.

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i know i almost ate all five but i got another meal to get in. i didn't want to wait for the first meal...but i'm gonna throw some in the oven in a bit.
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i really need to buy that scale
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i really need to buy that scale
You don't have a scale yet?

30 bucks and you'll have a decent one with grams and ounces. Go freaking buy one!!
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haha...i'm not THAT anal
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...to use a scale?

It's not anal. It's about accuracy.
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your accuracy is my anal
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