Chick-Fil-A (knockoff)


If you live outside of the South, you may not have heard of these. It originally started as the Dwarf House ( the first one is just a few miles from here) and their fried boneless chicken filet sandwiches were so popular, they started Chick-Fil-A franchises.  The word “Chick-Fil-A” is almost synonymous with a fried chicken filet sandwich around here.

Yield: 4 Filets


3 cups peanut oil

1 egg

1 cup milk

1 cup flour

2 1/2 TBS. powdered sugar

1/2 tsp. pepper

2 tsp. salt

2 chicken breasts, cut in half (pound slightly if they’re too thick)


Heat oil in pressure cooker to about 400o.  In small bowl, beat together milk and egg. In another bowl, mix sugar, flour, salt and pepper. Dip the chicken in the egg mixture, then the flour mixture.  Fry in pressure cooker. (time will vary according to size of chicken and temperature of oil.  I’d say around 10 minutes.


This comes from Theresa Tarone, and it is one of the best restaurant clone recipes I have tried.

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