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INGREDIENTS
You will need some chicken thighs, salt, pepper, and garlic powder (you can also use real garlic if you want to do some extra work)

You will need some chicken thighs, salt, pepper, and garlic powder (you can also use real garlic if you want to do some extra work)

You will also need some bread crumbs, flour, and an egg or two, depending on how many chickens you're going to cook

You will also need some bread crumbs, flour, and an egg or two, depending on how many chickens you're going to cook

After you do the dull knife thing, put some of those spices on the chickens evenly (on both sides). I got the chicken from Costco (Costco for life).

After you do the dull knife thing, put some of those spices on the chickens evenly (on both sides). I got the chicken from Costco (Costco for life).

Open up the egg (or eggs) and stir the yolk

Open up the egg (or eggs) and stir the yolk

Spread out the bread crumbs on a baking pan or something that is wide

Spread out the bread crumbs on a baking pan or something that is wide

Cover the chicken thighs with flour on both sides.

Cover the chicken thighs with flour on both sides.

Heat up some fat, delicious olive oil. You're eating something fried, might as well go all out. I never put the heat higher than medium. You don't want the oil to be too hot.

Heat up some fat, delicious olive oil. You're eating something fried, might as well go all out. I never put the heat higher than medium. You don't want the oil to be too hot.

NERDS ONLY!!!  If you've been visited by the Doctor, use his sonic screwdriver to make it cook faster.

NERDS ONLY!!! If you've been visited by the Doctor, use his sonic screwdriver to make it cook faster.

After they're done, you might want to strain the oil a bit before eating them. But again, feel free to not do this step and enjoy the fatness.

  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Garlic / Garlic Powder
  • Bread Crumbs
  • White Flour
  • Egg/s
  • Chicken Thighs