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    Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas City

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    You might be asking: What does popcorn chicken and coconut buffalo sauce have to do with Kansas City? Not a damn thing as far as I know. And while coconuts don’t migrate, they could be carried to Missouri. Perhaps by an African swallow. Anyway, remember this year I wasn’t going to abide by the normal rules and this just sounded good so here we are.

    Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce

    Serves: 4-6
    Active Time: 20 min
    Total Time: 30 min

    Popcorn chicken Ingredients

    2 cups flour
    3 Tbsp garlic powder
    1 Tbsp salt
    2 Tbsp black pepper
    3 large eggs
    1 Tbsp water
    1 lb chicken, chopped into half-inch or smaller pieces
    Vegetable oil

    Sauce ingredients
    1⁄2 cup hot sauce
    1 can (5.4 oz) coconut cream
    2 Tbsp brown sugar
    2 Tbsp unsalted butter

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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    I'll need something simpler to tame my very nervous tummy. Beer and pretzels will probably do it, with something a little more complex if we win. More beer if we don't -- well, probably more beer, win or lose.
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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    I will be watching with fellow Vets at my American Legion. Probably Pizza and Wings.
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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    I strongly approve of this thread.

    Wife will make buffalo chicken dip as always. i think i might make a chili or some home-made chicken wings. Pretty easy for anyone that wants to try.

    Just get chicken wings, a gallon of canolla oil. Heat the oil to 350-375 (somewhere in that range). If you don't have a thermometer to dip in the oil, i've found its just right at about 75% of your burner's max capacity. Just make sure you've gotten it up to temp first.

    Fry them till golden brown. Make sure they don't stick together of course.

    Toss them in a stick of melted butter and Franks Red-Hot wing sauce. It's incredible! The thing with wings is, you have to eat them immediately to get that perfect crunchy outside and juicy inside. If you order them out, chances are they've steamed in their own packaging en-route to your house. By the time you eat them, the skin is soggy. Just make them at home. It's crazy easy and you get that same restaurant-level quality like you just got them fresh out the fryer while sitting at the bar. Its cheaper too!

    If you want to get fancy, go Peanut Oil.

    That popcorn chicken though... i'm making it. Not this weekend, but soon.
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    Either way, tomorrow... There will be food! And the toilet is going to pay for it dearly come Monday.

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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimkelly12203 View Post
    I strongly approve of this thread.

    Wife will make buffalo chicken dip as always. i think i might make a chili or some home-made chicken wings. Pretty easy for anyone that wants to try.

    Just get chicken wings, a gallon of canolla oil. Heat the oil to 350-375 (somewhere in that range). If you don't have a thermometer to dip in the oil, i've found its just right at about 75% of your burner's max capacity. Just make sure you've gotten it up to temp first.

    Fry them till golden brown. Make sure they don't stick together of course.

    Toss them in a stick of melted butter and Franks Red-Hot wing sauce. It's incredible! The thing with wings is, you have to eat them immediately to get that perfect crunchy outside and juicy inside. If you order them out, chances are they've steamed in their own packaging en-route to your house. By the time you eat them, the skin is soggy. Just make them at home. It's crazy easy and you get that same restaurant-level quality like you just got them fresh out the fryer while sitting at the bar. Its cheaper too!

    If you want to get fancy, go Peanut Oil.

    That popcorn chicken though... i'm making it. Not this weekend, but soon.
    Wayyy too much butter in the sauce. I know that's what the bottle says, but just too much for me. I might use 1/2 to 1/3 of that amount. Add a tablespoon of ketchup to help them stick.

    idk, Im at the age where a bowl of popcorn will do me fine, but I'll have Labatts on hand. ( We have a liquor store that sells it here). I get too hyped up during a game to eat much... but I'll make wings for my oldest.

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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    Quote Originally Posted by cookie G View Post
    Wayyy too much butter in the sauce. I know that's what the bottle says, but just too much for me. I might use 1/2 to 1/3 of that amount. Add a tablespoon of ketchup to help them stick.

    idk, Im at the age where a bowl of popcorn will do me fine, but I'll have Labatts on hand. ( We have a liquor store that sells it here). I get too hyped up during a game to eat much... but I'll make wings for my oldest.
    The same for me the food is usually a Taco Salad.
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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    Quote Originally Posted by cookie G View Post
    Wayyy too much butter in the sauce. I know that's what the bottle says, but just too much for me. I might use 1/2 to 1/3 of that amount. Add a tablespoon of ketchup to help them stick.

    idk, Im at the age where a bowl of popcorn will do me fine, but I'll have Labatts on hand. ( We have a liquor store that sells it here). I get too hyped up during a game to eat much... but I'll make wings for my oldest.
    Its a lot i know. I'm going to have a heart attack. But that's ok. I've got at least 20 years before i have to seriously worry about that.

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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    I use boneless chicken thighs spritz some oil on them and air fry. Same meat as the wing with no skin. Make my regular wing sauce and it’s guilt free and even remotely good for you.
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    Re: Popcorn Chicken & Coconut Buffalo Sauce for the AFC Championship game vs. Kansas

    We'll have the usual veggie, fruit, cheese/crackers/pepperoni trays set up. Pull out some chips/dip, tortillas/salsa if anybody wants those. I think we're going with sliders and pigs-in-a-blanket tomorrow.
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