i LOVE chicken…and i am CONSTANTLY trying to figure out NEW things to do with it….our local store ALWAYS has some sort of chicken on sale, maybe wings, thighs, legs, whole chicken or breasts….and our favorite is fried chicken, but even THAT gets old after a while.


    this is a new recipe that i made u s i went along last week and thought it turned out FINGER LICKIN’ GOOD so i decided to share!!!!  i hope everyone enjoys it, and even changes flavors to make it their own!!!



    family pack of reg chicken legs (my pkg had 12 in it) SKIN ON!!

    1 can evaporated milk (NOT sweetened condensed)

    flour for dredging spices in  (i used: salt, pepper, season-all, garlic salt, and grill seasoning)

    hot oil filled 1/2 way in skillet


    rinse chicken legs off

    mix flour/spices together

    dredge legs (1 at a time) in flour, then dip in evaporated milk, then re-dredge in flour

    fry in oil until a DARK golden brown, turning about every 10 min.

    drain on paper towel platter until well drained

    dip and coat GENEROUSLY in SWEET & SPICY SAUCE** place in serving dish or back on platter and ENJOY!!!!!


    3/4 reg sized jar of apricot preserves

    1/2 stick margarine

    1/2 bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce

    3 TBS Louisiana hot sauce

    1/4 cup brown sugar

    place ALL ingredients in med saucepan and bring to a boil over med heat…simmer until preserves and butter are blended with sauce…

    About Wendi Conway

    Wendi Conway comes from a long line of cooks and her blog is designed to prove that cooking is not as hard as people seem to think it is. “I love to cook, and it is a passion of mine. Johnny also loves to cook, proving that cooking can’t be too hard if even the men can do it! “I also want to share meals and recipes that can be prepared on a budget. It doesn’t matter where I shop because I build my pantry around what is on sale this week. I enjoy doing it for my family, and I am really proud that I can build memories my children will always have.”
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