This was originally a recipe for sweet & sour
chicken, but it's more like regular fried chicken,
so that's what I'm calling it.
What you'll need:
1 pound of skinned, boneless chicken
1 cup of
Pepper and/or garlic powder,
1/2 cup of milk
frying (I use canola)
Cut the chicken into bite-sized pieces. Put about
an inch of oil in a small pot, or 1/2 inch in a frying
pan. Heat to 350 degrees.
Whisk the eggs and milk in a small bowl, and
mix the flour and seasonings in another. Dunk pieces
of chicken in the egg and milk mixture, then coat them
thoroughly with the flour. Fry the coated pieces
in the hot oil and fry until deep golden brown. Turn
if necessary to cook them evenly. Remove and drain
on paper towels. Eat with some dipping sauce, if desired.