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FOOD FUN: Top Your Burger With Chicken Skins

We have no plans to be anywhere near Hilton Head Island, alas. But if we could get there, we’d head to Lucky Rooster Kitchen And Bar for their Blanco Burger (photo #1).

Fried chicken skins were on the bar-snack menu when a customer thought he spotted chicken skins atop a burger.

He was mistaken, but the chef thought it sounded delicious.

Behold, the Blanco Burger, two 4-ounce beef patties on a brioche bun, with:

  • Smoked gouda
  • Serrano pepper aïoli
  • Lettuce
  • Fried chicken skins
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    The skins provide yummy flavor—even better than pork rinds.

     

    Burger With Chicken Skins
    [1] Crunchy chicken skins on a burger? What a great idea, from Lucky Rooster Kitchen And Bar on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

     
    The result: beefy, crunchy, juicy, salty, smoky and spicy. “to cut through the richness of the rest of the burger.”

    Just what we were looking for to celebrate National Burger Month (May).

    Thanks to Flavor & The Menu for the tip.
     
     
    HOW TO MAKE CRISPY CHICKEN SKINS

    Here’s a recipe for simple chicken skins, and here’s a highly-seasoned chicken skin recipe to turn large pieces of chicken skins into a cracker-size snack.

    Another tip: When you remove the chicken skins before cooking, keep them frozen in a heavy-duty freezer bag until you have enough to fry.

    You don’t need a burger to enjoy them. Like pork rinds, there delicious as is.

      




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