Swapping out Procter and Gamble for Kellogg’s.
Kellogg’s being the most famous manufacturer of corn flakes, and Procter and Gamble being behind Crisco (the product this recipe was presumably designed to sell). Interestingly enough, the last time those companies interacted was in 2012, when Kellogg’s bought Pringles from P&G.
(I mean, the whole brand, not just a can of Pringles, or something. Can you imagine the magnitude of the munchies Kellogg’s must have had?)
But I find that interesting because I bet crushed Pringles would make fantastic oven-fried chicken.
From the box of F.J. from Sun City, Arizona. Some cards suggest a family history in Missouri and Kansas.
(Makes 4 Servings)
2-1/2 to 3 pounds chicken pieces
flour corn flake crumbs
2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
Crisco Oil evaporated milk
Coat chicken with combined flour, salt, paprika and pepper. Dip in Crisco Oil and place skin side down in a large shallow pan; add any remaining Crisco Oil.
Bake at 375 deg. for 30 minutes. Turn chicken and bake about 30 minutes longer, until tender and golden brown.
Home Economics Department–Procter & Gamble
What do I do with the milk in your Oven fried Chicken?