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  • katrina

    Any idea if these will keep in the fridge for a few days? Assuming there are any left! Just trying to figure out how to use them the next day in soups or BLTs without them being soggy.

    January 30, 2014
    • Hi Katrina, they will keep in the fridge. Just put them in a zip top bag and remove as much air as possible before sealing it up. Good luck with the idea of leftovers on these…they disappear as soon people find them. :)

      January 31, 2014
  • pam

    This is a perfect recipe. I make a lot of semi-smoked turkey breasts on the grill. Since I don’t like smoked skin, I remove it first and save the skin flat in the freezer. This year I got a fresh turkey from the grocery store after Thanksgiving and asked the butcher to cut it up for me. I grilled the first breast and cooked the skin as you directed. Although I only managed a tiny taste since my son and husband were there first, it was amazing! Even though I used rim sheets, however, some of the fat managed to drip over into my newly cleaned oven! Worth it though.

    December 03, 2013
    • Hi Pam,

      I’m so glad to hear you liked this recipe! Sorry that the boys got most of it and your clean oven got messed up again. Good thing there’s always lots of skin around for crisping up. Try it in a sandwich in place of bacon, you’ll forget all about the pork stuff. ;)

      December 03, 2013
  • Elise

    Abso-LUTELY! Thank you so much for the recipe! I baked mine in the oven, same as I my bacon, too!! Perfect!

    November 02, 2013
    • So glad you liked them Elise! :)

      November 02, 2013
  • Lily Julow

    I’m looking for raw chicken skin like you recipe calls for. Where did you find them? I just moved to the Atlanta area with all its great shopping, but haven’t found a source for these. Woul
    d the Buford Farmer’s Market have this? Thanks, Lily

    October 10, 2013
    • Hi Lily, I got the chicken skin from all of the chicken breasts I was slicing up to make the treats for our dog. I haven’t found anyone that sells just the chicken skins, outside of a butcher (which there are very few of here in LA). You can use the thigh or breast skin to make these. Just buy some of those family packs of chicken you find at the grocery. It comes off really easily. If you then take the time to bone it, you can freeze boneless/skinless chicken breasts (or thighs) for a lot cheaper than you can buy them.

      October 10, 2013
  • Charmaine

    Can I just say that I love you? And as soon as I make these, so will my fam.

    March 05, 2012
    • Awwww…thanks Charmaine. Be careful…these things are addicting and you can’t just eat one.

      March 06, 2012
  • [...] (sure, that’s a word)…Monday was a warm tomato and olive salad and Wednesday was fried chicken skin.  Both of these will definitely be a hit at your party, but the chicken skins will probably send [...]

    February 08, 2012
  • This is what you call game food…Powerful! Impressive! This can steal the limelight from the game itself. This recipe is a winner. Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend party!

    February 03, 2012
  • Val

    Chicken skin is seriously the best stuff ever. The problem is that there’s only a little skin per piece of meat. Have you found it sold in grocery stores just by itself?

    February 02, 2012
    • Hi Val,

      You could get it in bulk if you call up a local butcher. They should have quite a bit from all the skinless stuff people usually want. I had a lot of it because I made some of those dehydrated chicken treats for my dog. So the skin was used for this recipe and I used the bones to make a bunch of stock.

      February 03, 2012
  • I love chicken (or turkey) skin. I always peel it off and eat it before I devour the chicken itself. Can’t believe I’ve never heard of this before and I CANNOT wait to try it… maybe this weekend. YUM! (And hey, don’t bad mouth bacon cupcakes, I just made some. ;-D) Go Patriots!

    February 02, 2012
  • These look deliciously dangerous!

    February 02, 2012
  • Great idea. Something new. Sick of the last 500 nacho recipes all over the place. Good job! Go Giants, by the way. (Just because my Jets will never make it.)

    February 02, 2012
    • These would probably make some seriously delicious nachos. ;)

      February 03, 2012
  • Positively evil (and awesome) snacks! GO PATS!

    February 01, 2012

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