At Husk in Nashville, Tn. last summer I had as a starter fried chicken skins. with a spicy honey glaze. It was amazing. Back at home I got my butcher shop to save some chicken skins for me and the dish was amazingly simple to replicate.
Cut the skins in to strips about an inch or so wide. Soak them in buttermilk several hours or over night. If you are in a hurry an hour will work. Drain off the buttermilk, Dredge the skin strips in seasoned flour...salt and pepper. Fry until crispy. Combine honey with Franks Hot Sauce to taste. Drizzle over the skins. Then swoon!
Before someone starts in on how unhealthy it is and that the chicken skins are full of fat I would have to say you have never skinned a chicken. The fat is on the meat itself not attached to the skin.
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