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VEGAN FRIED CHICKEN FROM BANANA BLOSSOMS | EASY RECIPE



What’s good family it’s your brother Abdul, in today’s video we will be making my brand new Vegan chicken recipe using banana blossoms. To make the best-fried chicken marinate your banana blossoms overnight you will thank me later. FYI you can also use rice paper or just coat the banana blossoms with your favorite gluten-free flour without using the soy skins, I am very dramatic and wanted to give the illusion of fried chicken.

I was curious to know who invented fried chicken and was able to find help on Google.⬇️

What are Banana blossoms?

Banana blossom is a large, purple-skinned flower that grows at the end of a bunch of bananas. Its tightly packed petals are neutral in flavor but mimic the flaky texture of fish, making it an ideal whole-food substitute.

When was fried chicken invented?

The American English expression “fried chicken” is first recorded in the 1830s, and frequently appears in American cookbooks of the 1860s and 1870s. The origin of fried chicken in the southern states of America has been traced to precedents in Scottish and West African cuisine.

Did slaves create fried chicken?

A likely scenario is that, at some point between the 17th and 19th centuries, enslaved African Americans began cooking fried chicken based on the recipes provided by Scottish slaveholders. In time, African American cooks embraced it as part of their own culinary tradition.

Southerners made it a centerpiece of their regional cuisine and boasted that only African Americans, mostly enslaved, could make “authentic” fried chicken. Some culinary experts linked such expertise to West Africa where, for several centuries prior to European contact, local populations ate chicken and deep-fried their food. However, West Africans didn’t make fried chicken the same way many Southerners traditionally did. It was more like a fricassee, where the chicken was lightly fried and then braised for a much longer time in a seasoned sauce – similar to Senegalese chicken Yassa. Since West African culinary traditions remain a mystery to so many, some saw the building blocks for fried chicken and leaped to the wrong conclusion.
The US’ first widely accepted printed recipe for fried chicken appeared in 1824 in the first regional American cookbook, The Virginia House-Wife, authored by Mary Randolph, a white woman from a slaveholding family and a distant relative of Thomas Jefferson.

The full article is below ⬇️

BBC – Travel – The surprising origin of fried chicken

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