Fried chicken is one of my family's favorite things to have. I wanted to come up with different ways to make fried chicken that they would enjoy. Beer battered chicken was the first thing that came to mind. I wanted to make sure that the chicken also had some of the beer flavor, since I have had beer battered chicken that did not have any beer flavoring. This is the recipe which I came up with. Everyone in the family loves it and it has also been a great party pleaser when used as an appetizer.
First season the wingettes with seasoning salt, garlic powder and parsley flakes. Let sit for 10 - 15 minutes. Then pour in a bowl 3/4 of the Molsen Beer. Add the seasoned chicken to the bowl with the beer. Let that sit for an additional 20 - 30 minutes. Drain the beer from the chicken after sitting. Then in a separate bowl mix together 2 eggs and the remaining (1/4) Molsen Beer. In a zip lock bag pour atleast 2 cups of all purpose flour. Pour cornola oil half way to the top in a deep frying pan and heat up until hot on medium high. While oil is heating. Take the wingettes and coat them in the egg and beer mixture. Once fully coated put wingettes in the zip lock bag with the all purpose flour. Shake chicken until fully coated with flour. Once the oil is hot turn down the oil to medium. Add the coated chicken to the oil. It should sizzle when be added to oil. Turn chicken over after about 3 minutes. Keep turning chicken until chicken is a golden brown. A hint to knowing the chicken is done is that it rises to the top of the oil. It should take about one hour to fry the whole bag of chicken.