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    Step one of perfectly cook chicken skin.

    Step one: Define perfectly cook chicken skin!
    The best-cooked chicken skin is the cooked skin you like.
    I have met people who love boiled chicken wings.
    SWMBO really likes KFC extra Crispy.
    Southern Fried with 11 herbs and spices.

    What is perfectly cook skin? and is there really an answer?



    Last edited by bbqLuv; July 17, 2021, 07:40 AM.

    #2
    Like a lot of "terms" used in BBQ land I agree with you. "The best-cooked chicken skin is the cooked skin you like." Or wibs, or brisket, or.................. or Low n Slow is only done at 225*.

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      #3
      Can you eat it? Good enough. So pretty much any cooking method other than 100% low and slow where it turns to rubber But I prefer nearer to deep fried crispiness

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      • halibur
        halibur commented
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        Agreed. Deep fried crispiness, with lots of seasoning. I like mine on the hot side.

      #4
      I heard chicken boiled in PBR is pretty tasty 😋

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      • bbqLuv
        bbqLuv commented
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        Troutman thank you, may have to give that a try.

      #5
      Step one: Remove skin and discard

      Step two: Bask in the knowledge that you will not fall short of perfection while ignoring the fact you won't achieve perfection.

      Step three: Open a beer and stop dwelling on it.

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        #6
        I know I don't like a big rubbery wad of skin coming off the piece when I bite it, or sling-shotting juice to the person across the table from me. I don't need it to be perfectly bite-through, but I can't do rubber.

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        • SheilaAnn
          SheilaAnn commented
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          Agreed on the “rubber” texture. Especially if you have over brined (made that mistake before). I like roasty and crispy!

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