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Grill fried chicken thighs

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You mean....John is holding out on us, putting delicious grilled fried chicken recipes on the Joe site but not here. I feel betrayed. But seriously, let me know how it works out. Heading to the grocery store tomorrow so I could pick up some thighs if this is mint.

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Here is what the final product looks like, I am just letting it rest 5 min before trying to taste.

I have tasted it, I like the taste, I think I had my batter too thick, because of how thick it was, I put more batter on the thighs which made the crust chewy instead of crunchy. I think I will try again tomorrow but I will make sure batter looks like same consistency as it is in the video. Ahh I missed adding the water to batter.

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