Top 3 Southern Cooking Food Network Recipe You Must Know About

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The Southern part of America is known for good food and great recipes. Some are easy to make and some are timeless classics that take a few hours to prepare. There was an entire show dedicated to the amazing southern cooking on the food network. Top chefs and home cooks regard food from the Southern part of America as great and have warmth within them. Check out the list we have mentioned below to know the various food items that will blow your mind.

Southern Cooking Food Network: Oven Fried Chicken

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To cook a mouth-watering dish you need bread crumbs, garlic powder, Kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, 3 large eggs, buttermilk, chicken thighs with bones. To make the sauce you chicken is going to be dipped in we need Dijon mustard, barbecue sauce, mayonnaise, and honey. Preheat the microwave to four hundred and twenty five degree celsius. Spread a baking sheet along with an aluminium foil. Take another bowl and mix the bread crumbs, with garlic powder, seasoning it with salt and pepper.

Take dry chicken thighs and dip them into a bowl containing a mixture of buttermilk and whisked eggs. Ensure every part of the leg piece is coated well, put the piece into the mixture of panko bread crumbs and put them in line on the baking sheet. Bake the chicken for about an hour in exactly one hundred and eighty degrees celsius. The pieces must turn golden brown. To prepare the dipping sauce, mix mayonnaise with honey and barbecue sauce.

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To cook a meal of sausage gravy we need ground pork or Italian Sausage with casings removed, all-purpose flour, whole milk, kosher salt, grounded black pepper, pinch of cayenne and biscuits. Once you have gathered all of this, put a skillet on medium heat and cook sausage on it leaving no pinkish color. Add flour on and cook for one minute. Boil the mixture of milk and flour for about five minutes till the liquid becomes thick. Once done, serve with biscuits.

Southern Cooking Food Network: Hush Puppies

As winter sets in, it is usual to crave for crispy hot food and what better than Hush Puppies. The name doesn’t quite sound like a food but the dish is as tasty as you can imagine. To prepare for hush puppies you need flour, cornmeal, sugar, baking powder, salt and cayenne. In addition, get buttermilk, onion, eggs and chives to make them into dough.


To wind up the process, scoop out small balls of the dough and put a few of them in batches in a hot simmering vegetable oil. Patiently cook them for a good two to three minutes in medium flame till they turn golden brown. Once ready serve them hot with sauce and sprinkle salt for added taste.

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