Frying frozen chicken can be a tricky task. You have to make sure the oil is hot enough for frying, but not too hot so that it burns the outside before cooking all of the ways through.
If you are concerned about safety, then you may want to avoid frying frozen raw meat altogether and instead use an oven or grill – both work well on meats such as pork chops and shrimp kabobs.
This article is about the perils of frying frozen chicken. Some tips for cooking fried chicken are to make sure it is completely thawed before you start, and that you use a heavy skillet with enough oil in the bottom so that when the meat starts sizzling it will have a protective covering over its surface.
You may also want to precook your meat first by dredging or coating it in flour or cornmeal before adding any other spices so as not to burn anything off too quickly – this can be done ahead of time if necessary (up to 24 hours).
For more information on how long different types of recipes take please see our blog post entitled “How Long Does It Take To Make Fried Chicken?”