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Reusing marinade for a fried chicken recipe

pagal | Apr 8, 201908:17 AM     6

Hi.

So I'm making a fried chicken recipe in two batches because I don't like reheating fried food. I have half of the chicken in a marinade right now, and will fry it tonight, and I was thinking I could add the other half to the marinade tonight after removing the chicken in there now and then fry it tomorrow night. My logic is that considering that I have made some chicken recipes where I have marinaded the chicken for 48 hours (and I have marinated pork for up to 4 days), this should be ok. I admit however, that this logic may not be sound. Any advice?

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