How to reheat Fried Chicken
Reheated leftover fried chicken at home used to be a sad reminder of what could have been…but not anymore! No more eating leftover fried chicken cold. Here is the perfect method for reheating fried chicken that will keep it super moist and warm on the inside and crispy on the outside.
The best method is by reheating it using a little brown lunch bag and baking it!
Don’t worry, it won’t catch on fire! I served my husband a piece of the reheated chicken and heard a crunch…that’s right…A CRUNCH…with re-heated fried chicken!! I kept saying ‘honey, there was a crunch’ so clearly I was super excited to post this!
Have you ever tried to reheat fried chicken?
- Leftover fried chicken
- brown paper lunchbag
- Preheat oven to 325.
- Place chicken pieces in brown paper bag and evenly distribute in the bag so that they are in a single layer (I had a breast and thigh in one bag and three legs in another).
- Gently fold the opening of the bag over and place on a cookie sheet.
- Bake for 25 minutes (don't over bake otherwise the chicken inside will be dry), remove and tear bag open and serve warm!