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8/29/17 8:17 P

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Sounds delish!


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8/28/17 8:38 P

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i would dip it in the gravy not pour it over. i'm not much of a sauce/gravy person..

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8/28/17 8:26 P

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Yup. Add a fat source. The gravy sounds great, but I always want this to be crispy. So I would serve whatever fat as a dipping sauce (just me, but I need crunchy sometimes!). My usual is spicy mayo - i get a mayo that is zero carbs per serving - and i either add sriracha or some Franks redhot to spicy it up. I also just made a homemade ranch that would be great with it.

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8/28/17 5:06 P

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thank you!! i was just sitting trying to figure. so fat elsewhere to balance it...i'm thinking a dipping sauce of garlic butter...or a gravy of cream cheese, the drippings, and heavy cream. YUM!!!


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8/28/17 5:03 P

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This is the info I found when googling. I assume its pretty accurate as its just skin on chicken and a source of fat.

Cal: 211, Fat 13, Carb 0, Fiber 0, Protein 16

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http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calorie
s/generic-fried-chicken-thigh-bone-in-
with-skin-no-flour-12803029

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8/28/17 4:15 P

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ohhh that looks REALLY good!! do you know the nutrition info? it doesnt list any. i think i could do this on the burner on my gas grill and save the house from the splatter...lol!!

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This is by far my most favorite way to make chicken. Cracklin Chicken!
http://nomnompaleo.com/post/74180911762/
cracklin-chicken

We eat this at least every other week. Its a welcome break from heavy/cheesey meals. I like to have something crispy now and again. Even my kids eat them. To keep the macros in line I usually serve this with a mayo based dipping sauce, though it is amazing without. I typically serve with a veggie side like cheesy broccoli or sauteed zucchini with bacon and Parmesan. I hope if you decide to make it, you like it as much as we do. (It does make a mess with the splattering grease, but its worth it in my opinion)

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