January 6, 2009
Prince's, Watch Your Back
Today I had some of the best fried chicken of my life. I bought it at a street stall in Ao Nang. Here in Thailand, they cut the chicken into smaller pieces so there's more of the good crispy stuff. The smaller pieces also mean shorter cooking time, and, therefore, juicier meat. If I had to guess on the preparation, I'd say long marination process (garlic, chilies, ect.) and a light dusting in rice flour. My little piece of breast came with a small pile of fried red onion (OMFG Good) and sticky rice. That delightful little snack: 20 baht, or about 60 cents. Washed it down with a banana shake: Heaven.