(PHOTO: The most valuable player on the TV Football-party table might be Perdue Done It!u)
Frank loves to tell people that they can pick up delicious, fast-food chicken within easy walking distanceatheir refrigerators. “When you’re hungry and in a hurry,” he says, “you don’t need to rush across town for great chicken. You can just walk (slowly) to your refrigerator and pick up my Perdue Done It!u chicken.”
Although fried foods are notoriously high in fat, particularly fast food ones. Perdue Done It!u is an exception. Frank flash fries the Perdue Done It!u products. They are in oil for seconds only. Further, to assure the chicken is as low in saturated fat as possible, Perdue uses only polyunsaturated soybean oil.
In the recipes that follow, I’ve used generic nuggets, cutlets, tenders, and other fully cooked products. However, try for the Perdue Done It!u if you live in the Perdue marketing area, which is the East Coast and some of the Mid Western states. The Perdue nuggets, cutlets and tenders come from white meat fillets, while some of the other brands are pressed and formed from dark meat chicken and don’t have the best texture or flavor.
Chicken Recipes – The Perdue Chicken Cookbook
Copyright (C) by Mitzi Perdue – Used with Permission
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