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.
To use with flour: Add 1 oz. mix to cup of flour for coating chicken.
I know this recipe is supposed to be for chicken but it's my favorite seasoning on pork chops!!!
Member since: Feb 27, 2014
happyflapper July 4, 2014 REVIEW:
it's easy to make--just blend and store and you have a KFC spice blend whenever your heart desires.
Member since: May 12, 2010
slou October 29, 2013 REVIEW:
I use this spice mix on any chicken dish.
Member since: Sep 2, 2013
hay2013 September 2, 2013 COMMENT: Can someone please add full description how this should be prepared.
CDKitchen Staff Reply: This is the complete recipe for the spice mix. The directions on how to prepare it are included. This recipe is only for the spices, not for actually making fried chicken.
Momof2 February 9, 2013 COMMENT: Instead of egg coating, take chicken parts with skin on. Toss in 2cups flour and 2table spoons of baking powder, and 1oz of seasoning, let chicken rest in flour spice mix for an hour in the fridge. Pre-heat oil drop chicken in it will puff up just like KFC, the egg one makes coating hard this version is closer to the texture of KFC.
Imitator April 13, 2011 COMMENT: KFC Chicken is not fried. They use pressure cookers and cook the chicken for 20 minutes exactly. Pots should be 1/2 filled with oil
cooker July 28, 2009 REVIEW:
I tried this recipe, didn't like it very much. It had a sweet taste to me,guessing it came from the italian dressing. I also used the pancake mix and it cooked to fast and i was cooking on medium and it burned, then i used all purpose flour and it cooked ok. As it cooked longer it didn't have the sweet taste but you really couldn't taste the seasonings that was in it. I thought with all the seasonings it would had a better taste.
Guest Foodie July 1, 2009 REVIEW:
please note i did this and the chicken was not cooked i had to finish it of in the ovem i would suggest partiely cooking the chicken before hand
Uncertified Chief May 5, 2009 COMMENT: I have made this recipe several times. I added 1 TBSP Curry,1/4 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper mix 2 oz with a box of tempura and oven fry. With a 1/2 cup of pre-melted crisco. IT IS EXCELLENT!!!!! Though the oregano and thyme could be reduced a little. I thought using flour was a little heavy. PERFECT!!!
Five stars for this copy cat dish. We will continue to use this recipe, guest even love it!
Bella September 4, 2008 REVIEW:
If you have onion powder and salt in your house, you can make onion salt. Same with garlic powder and salt to make garlic salt.
Member since: Jul 23, 2007
singist July 23, 2007 REVIEW:
I use 1 drumstick and 1 thigh per person. This recipe is excellent and whilst not exactly kfc is decidedly tasty. I always skin the chicken and brine it for a good couple of hours. This tenderises it and gives a good replication of the 'pressure' frying that kfc use. Like the contributer above I double dip it with egg and flour mixture. I fry it off until the coating is set then finish it in the oven.
Gary June 27, 2007 REVIEW:
if you play with the green herbs u can make it nearly perfect. I dunno if the recipe mentions it but it is also best done in the flour mix then dipped in beaten egg and recoated to get a nice thick coating.The leftover oil is also great for making nice flavoured fries as well.
and if you haven't got onion salt in the house go get some.
Member since: Jun 5, 2007
wishyouwarehere June 5, 2007 REVIEW:
i all so used this recipe 4 of us . the next i will NOT use sage its to sagege taesting aii substitute it with LEMON PEEL OR LEMON PEPPER! THANK YOU
berk01220 May 29, 2006 REVIEW:
I have used this recipe many times. It isn't exactly like KFC but is VERY TASTY!!! Well worth it.
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