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This ingredient makes roast chicken extra crispy

2021-06-10T22:25:44.790Z

Roast chicken only tastes good with really crispy skin. In this article you will find out how you can easily do this with a secret ingredient.



Roast chicken only tastes good with really crispy skin.

In this article you will find out how you can easily do this with a secret ingredient.

Chicken is one of the most versatile types of meat because it can be cooked in around a million different ways and combined with a billion different ingredients. And who doesn't love the half-chickens from the food truck that give off a delicious smell in the neighborhood? You can

also prepare

chicken legs, legs or whole roasted chickens

at home, but one thing is particularly important: the skin has to be crispy * and the meat has to be juicy on the inside. There is one simple ingredient for doing this that you probably haven't tried yet but are sure to have at home. Believe it or not,

having

the

crispest fried chicken skin

ever made

is what

you need: baking soda.

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Roast chicken from the oven: crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside.

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Chicken gets extra crispy with this ingredient

So how can you use baking soda to make the chicken crispy, be it as a whole bird or the thighs?

That's how it's done:

  • Mix one part of baking soda with three to four pinches of salt, add some black pepper and sprinkle the mixture over the whole chicken.

  • Massage everything into the skin of the fresh chicken.

  • Make sure to let the chicken

    rest

    afterwards

    so that the baking soda can work its magic.

    A rest period of 12 to 24 hours is recommended for a whole chicken - so be sure to prepare the chicken

    the day

    before.

  • Then you can bake the chicken in the oven as usual (you can see the classic preparation for roasting chicken in the oven in the video above) or fry it in the pan.

By the way, in this case you should never

use

baking soda instead of baking powder

, as

baking

soda would create an unpleasant aftertaste.

You can find out what the exact difference between baking soda and baking soda is here.

(mad) * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside: this is how you cook chicken properly.

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Source: merkur

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