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Thread: Fried Chicken

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    Sure would like a recipe for old fashioned fried chicken-close to KFC if possible.

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    years ago I found one when I googled copy cat recipes.

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    I will be watching
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    I was looking for pressure cooker recipes last week and found one for KFC. I didn't try it. I just got my first pressure cooker and I was afraid to try it. Fixed ribs last night and burner them up, so I am going to stick to the recipes that came with the cooker for a while. Until I get used to it. If you try the recipe please let me know how they turn out. Just google pressure cooker recipes

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    I will be watching too. I've also been looking for one.

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    KFC Copycat recipe:


    INGREDIENTS:

    1 tablespoon rosemary
    1 tablespoon oregano
    1 tablespoon powdered sage
    1 teaspoon powdered ginger
    1 teaspoon marjoram
    1 1/2 teaspoon thyme
    3 tablespoons packed brown sugar
    3 tablespoons dry minced parsley
    1 teaspoon pepper
    1 tablespoon paprika
    2 tablespoons garlic salt
    2 tablespoons onion salt
    2 tablespoons powdered chicken bouillon
    1 package instant tomato soup mix

    PREPARATION:

    There are actually 11 spices in the original spice mixture, but we needed an additional 3 ingredients were necessary to derive that same special flavor. Place all ingredients in blender with on/off speed for 3-4 minutes to pulverize, or rub through a fine strainer. Store in an airtight container so it will not lose potency.
    Skin chicken, if desired, and dip in water, and then coat with mixture. Fry slowly without a lid, to make it more crispy. Turn over several times and cook at least 20 minutes to assure doneness. Enjoy.

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    Can you find the instant tomato soup mix where you are? I have this recipe and that is the only ingredience I can't find---anywhere.

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    THANKS I want to try that recipe for sure !!!

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    I have looked for the instant tomato soup mix too, with no luck.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodyma
    I was looking for pressure cooker recipes last week and found one for KFC. I didn't try it. I just got my first pressure cooker and I was afraid to try it. Fixed ribs last night and burner them up, so I am going to stick to the recipes that came with the cooker for a while. Until I get used to it. If you try the recipe please let me know how they turn out. Just google pressure cooker recipes
    Please, please do NOT use a pressure cooker to fry chicken. It is really dangerous and you are inviting disaster. KFC uses a pressure FRYER, not a pressure COOKER. There is a vast difference.

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