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I think the best fried chicken in Singapore for me is at Wisma lvl 5 beside the food court. It’s a Japanese karaage shop, at japan town.

 

I am worried they close down because dunno why not much business leh. Weird...

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my favourite will be the fried chicken sold at the malay nasi padang stalls.

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Pizza Maru.

Korean Fried chicken for the win. Original flavour.

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I thought new kfc cereal chicken

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Any well seasoned and with minimum batter would be my choice of chicken served.

 

Don't mind either.

 

But if u don't put enough batter, there's higher chance of the chicken drying out unless u have consistent frying time, good understanding of oil temperature and enough oil to deep fry properly.

That's why many malay stalls tend to have dryish fried chicken.

 

Well I'm of the fast food generation, so i do like the crispy batter as well.

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My favorites:

 

1. Arnold's

2. Jollibee

3. Country Chicken

 

Good fried chicken...Non oily, crispy on the outside and moist on the inside with a light batter.

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Chic a boo ?

 

Yes, chic a boo my fav too, chicken is tender inside while outside is crispy enough n not so oily too..

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Don't mind either.

 

But if u don't put enough batter, there's higher chance of the chicken drying out unless u have consistent frying time, good understanding of oil temperature and enough oil to deep fry properly.

That's why many malay stalls tend to have dryish fried chicken.

 

Well I'm of the fast food generation, so i do like the crispy batter as well.

Also partly becos it's frozen chix. If buy from wet market will be sweet and juicy, assuming decent culinary skill.

 

For me currently is Texas and chic-a-boo. Latter is really value for money also.

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Surprisingly, their fried Chicken Mid Joint is very good..

Not oily n minimum batter..

But a bit pricey

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Also partly becos it's frozen chix. If buy from wet market will be sweet and juicy, assuming decent culinary skill.

 

For me currently is Texas and chic-a-boo. Latter is really value for money also.

 

i let my mother pan fry chicken.

Haha i no maid, i don't like to fry all these things. Sibei marfan to clean up  [laugh]

That's why deep fried things, i'd rather eat outside.

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my favourite will be the fried chicken sold at the malay nasi padang stalls.

 

Where got good ones?

 

I seldom eat at malay stalls because they have very iffy pricing tactics. Somehow they charge me much more than they charge their own kind. Doesn't seem fair to me.

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I am a fan of Eng Kee's fried chicken wings at Commonwealth.

 

Used to live around there so tastebuds adjusted to that area which is tough because I now live in woodlands.

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Where got good ones?

 

I seldom eat at malay stalls because they have very iffy pricing tactics. Somehow they charge me much more than they charge their own kind. Doesn't seem fair to me.

If the practise bias pricing, the logical move is dun patronize them.

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Yard Bird, Jollibee and Arnold's all good.

 

haha first one very different price range from the latter 2.

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my MIL pan fries this regularly. The batter is bit thick but actually its not bad for frozen food.

 

https://cpshopz.sg/cp-fried-middle-wing-1000g.html

 

240-250 deg in the oven for 20 min, until see oil drip out. 

 

crispy and juicy!!!  [thumbsup]

 

but must eat while hot, once it is cold, it turn hard liao.  [laugh]

 

I always have a package in my freezer for a quick fix.  [:p]

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Where got good ones?

 

I seldom eat at malay stalls because they have very iffy pricing tactics. Somehow they charge me much more than they charge their own kind. Doesn't seem fair to me.

 

yup Malay food is generally more expensive than Chinese food … so is Indian food … and some places, the que and prices go by race and religion.

 

but the way they handle their spices is superb !!

 

generally, any nasi padang stall will sell fragrant fried chicken. its the way they marinate the chicken with the kunyit spice … I tried it before but failed terribly - ended up bitter instead. :XD:

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240-250 deg in the oven for 20 min, until see oil drip out. 

 

crispy and juicy!!!  [thumbsup]

 

but must eat while hot, once it is cold, it turn hard liao.  [laugh]

 

I always have a package in my freezer for a quick fix.  [:p]

 

haha i tell you first, if u keep using 240-250 deg in oven, quite easy to spoil oven one lol.

[laugh]

Though moisture short circuit is still more common.

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Yard Bird, Jollibee and Arnold's all good.

 

our swimming pool chix rice is the best  :a-toast:

 

canteen break welfare  :yeah-im-not-drunk:

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Victor’s Fried Chivken

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