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    Chicken-Skin Croutons!

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    Gotta try this!
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    I wonder if this would work for chicken skin that has already been cooked? I roast a chicken once a week, but need the skin for the flavor. It would be great if I didn't have to throw it out all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleP View Post
    I wonder if this would work for chicken skin that has already been cooked? I roast a chicken once a week, but need the skin for the flavor. It would be great if I didn't have to throw it out all the time.
    OMG, you mean you don't eat it?! Send it to me!
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    Gribenes (Yiddish for chicken-skin croutons). They are delicious. I already really liked Mark Bittman from reading "How to Cook Everything" but he gets bonus points for that article on how to use the whole chicken.

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    Dude that sounds awesome!!! I may have to take some of my chicken skin that's already been cooked and play with that.
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    Chicken fat is really not that good for ya and I think should be considered as some of your 20%

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    oh this sounds really good. and you could even add different seasonings.

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    Oooh my Mum was telling me about this - thanks for the link !

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo_rob View Post
    Chicken fat is really not that good for ya and I think should be considered as some of your 20%
    Is this sarcasm? What exactly is wrong with chicken fat!?!

    I did this this other day!!! I made a chicken salad, and pulled the raw skin off of some chicken thighs, cut it into strips and fried them in a bit of bacon grease. Salted them and they were like pork rinds but... chicken rinds! lol So nice and crunchy and delicious! I only pull the skin off when I'm putting the chicken in a salad, because it's just not great in the salad imo!
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