Copycat KFC / Kentucky Fried Chicken Original Recipe, Secret ingredients



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Secret ingredient:
-1 TEASPOON ground Oregano
-1 tablespoon ground Basil
-1 TEASPOON ground Tarragon
-1 tablespoon ground Marjoram
-1 tablespoon ground Sage
-1 tablespoon ground Black pepper
-1 tablespoon ground White pepper
-1 TEASPOON ground Chili
-1 tablespoon ground Paprika
-3 tablespoon ground Salt
-1 tablespoon Onion Powder
-3 tablespoon granulated garlic
-3 Cup All-purpose Flour (375 grams)
Batter process:
-2 eggs
-Cup milk
Frying process:
-1 Gallon of Corn Oil (first 8 to 10 minutes at 320 Fahrenheit, maximum temperature for 1-3 minutes)

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  1. Andrzei Czajkowski January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    When you drive through KFC you’ll sometimes hear the pressure cooker steam
    being released. This is a big clue Froggy. Put some oil in the bottom of
    your pressure cooker and pressure fry your chicken. At least you got the
    flour coating close to correct – probably better than KFC actually.

  2. thetylife January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    I didn’t even see you guys fry the chicken. It seems you just got a of
    bucket from KFC and then placed a drumstick in the frier.Ofcourse it looks
    just like their chicken. I bet the frier wasn’t even plugged in.

  3. NfldBiker January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    OK, here’s my review after trying this recipe and following it exactly as
    described in the video. The obvious one being this did not taste anywhere
    near like KFC but it was still very good! My wife and children enjoyed it
    very much and it had a great crunch. Will I try and keep this recipe again?
    Absolutely! It’s definitely better than Shake ‘n Bake and most other
    chicken coatings commercially available.Also forgot to mention unlike KFC,
    this recipe does not saturate the cooked chicken in grease! Was surprised
    at how ungreasy it tasted. Obviously there’s grease seeing how it was deep
    fried, but nowhere near as greasy as KFC.

    Although I did not find it tasted anything like KFC, I’ll award you 4 out
    of 5 stars…because I’m cool like that and apparently I have stars to hand
    out like I’m some big shot! 🙂

    Great tutorial, great recipe and fun video. Merci les gars! 

  4. Yahya Fleming January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    You may not know this Kentucky is in the South, and that recipe has been
    around for at least 150 years. Who did the cooking in the South? Here’s a
    hint George Washington Carter had something stolen from him as well. Can
    you name what it was that he never got recognition for? When will the
    greed end……….”Hell Maybe”

  5. steve gupta January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    I worked in kfc they don’t use eggs and milk, just white flour with pepper
    and chicken marinated in lemen for 2 days that’s all…..

  6. Roy Colley January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    2 very important things are Celery salt , and Fennel seeds , Grind the
    Fennel to a fine powder . I promise you ,you will notice the difference .
    

  7. grandpa75672 January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Kentucky fried chicken was not dipped in a egg wash. In 1962, the chicken
    came half frozen in wire and slat crates. The pieces were dumped in a sink
    full of cold water, rinsed off, and placed in a tray. To 50 pounds of
    flour, 10 pounds of salt and the bag of spices was mixed in a large
    container. the wet chicken was breaded in the mixture then cooked in a
    pressure cooker especially made to handle cooking oil. The pressure cooling
    made even the bones edible. KFC doesn’t make chicken
    half as good as when the Colonel was in charge. Today’s KFC product is a
    joke.

  8. Kay Griffin January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Fry this in coconut oil – depending on taste wanted, use unscented or oil
    that has the coconut flavor. This is a high temperature oil (350°) just
    don’t make it smoke then all oils become unsaturated (bad stuff). Coconut
    oil is what restaurants and fast food places use to use when frying till it
    got a bad reputation but that has changed and now it is considered to be a
    healthy oil because of the medium chain fatty acids (lauric acid is one)
    Make no mistake it is still fat just a better fat and does not take away
    from the flavor of the meal. I buy 5 gallon buckets from Tropical
    Traditions when it is on sale and when they post a free shipping sale. Has
    a really long shelf life versus other oils.

  9. leopold klop January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Is this how to make Homo chicken ?

  10. Roch Bourgoin January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    It’s very fat, but it looks dam good.

  11. awebreeze1 January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Who needs Kentucky Recipe when I’ve got my grandmothers which is to die for
    and it’s easy. Soak over night in eggs, milk, garlic salt, salt, pepper,
    celery salt. It soaks throughout the meat and makes it very moist. Use
    ingredients according to ones own taste, but I use a teaspoon on
    measuring. If you’re going to bake chicken presoak it in Italian dressing
    and upper ingred except for the egg and milk. MMMMMMMMMMM Now I’m hungry!

  12. Alyssa Bunting January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    can u bake it instead of frying? Lol unfortunately fried chicken makes me
    sick :(( I love it but my tummy hates it! the torture

  13. Lovemeorleaveme January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    First you stole the recipe, then you stole the beard, now the viewers have
    spilled out all the secrets of KFC. Wicked wicked world. Anyway, a Thums-up
    from me.

  14. harryt622 January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    I have been making fried chicken that taste like KFC for years with only
    three “spices”. Salt, pepper. and MSG. It is rare that I make it because it
    is so high in fat and sodium. But that is all you need to get the same
    flavor. They probably did use 11 herbs and spices way back when they were
    cheaper, but I think now it is the three that I use.

  15. manawydan760 January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Bro. Your Beard is wrong. Your banned from bearding unless you learn how.

  16. Prathune Kailash January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    thetylife check out at 2.16 for your chiken

  17. carultch January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Nice coincidence that K is the 11th letter of the alphabet and there are 11
    herbs and spices.

  18. andrew s January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    so you dug up his grave and you got his recipe you know I can fertilize my
    lawn with all the bullshit your telling us and that’s not how you make kfc
    you just got some real kfc and made out you made it

  19. simply9ja January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    i thought i came here to learn,instead i see some science exibition.i didnt
    even see the dude fry the mazafaka

  20. Timothy Johnson January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Copycat KFC / Kentucky Fried Chicken Original Rec…:
    http://youtu.be/2RK9ORaPfks

  21. byrdma12 January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    I read somewhere the reason not to use oil in a regular pressue cooker is
    because the oil can clog the holes up so the emergency valve or whatever
    won’t work properly. They make pressure fryers specifically for frying.
    Don’t use a regular pressue cooker for frying. A small amount of oil used
    to brown food is not a problem. If in doubt, ask the manufacturer.

  22. All Things Nerdy January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    although those are probably very good fried chicken its is not KFC.
    1- there is no double coating or eggs or milk involve in battering of the
    KFC chicken
    2- KFC pressure fries the food at 375 degrees for 17:45 minutes not deep
    fried as the name may let you think.

    i worked there for 2 years

  23. Clumsy Aspie Bookworm January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Hang on:
    1 tblsp Basil;
    1 tblsp Marjoram;
    1 tblsp Black Pepper;
    1 tblsp White Pepper;
    1 tsp chilli;
    1 tblsp Paprika;
    1 tblsp Tarragon;
    3 tblsp Salt;
    1/2 tblsp Oregano;
    1 tblsp Sage;
    1 tblsp Onion Powder;
    3 tblsp Granulated Garlic

    THAT’S 12 HERBS & SPICES
    P.S.

    You left out the accent (MSG). Vital Part!!!!!

  24. Rene Gonzales January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Awesome Can You Please Send Me The ingredients

  25. Rielle Sable January 4, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Its missing ginger and dry mustard. I’d start with 1 tsp dry mustard and
    2 tsp ground ginger and adjust if needed next time.