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As far as the recipe I posted, I simply copied it from my friend. The
recipe doesn't say anything about putting oil in the pressure cooker, Go-
knows, I wouldn't!!

I recently mixed the flour mixture up, coated some chicken wings & then
BAKED them in the oven at 350.

Turned out pretty good, not oily like KFC's, but pretty darn close in
taste ---- but less the huge amounts of salt & oil.

I am completely unfamiliar with the pressure fryer. Have actually never
seen one. Besides, my fortay is baking (sweets), not chicken.

Just thought I'd help Pandora out with a recipe!

Lisa ;-)



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Cheesecake Lady wrote:
> As far as the recipe I posted, I simply copied it from my friend. The
> recipe doesn't say anything about putting oil in the pressure cooker, Go-
> knows, I wouldn't!!
>
> I recently mixed the flour mixture up, coated some chicken wings & then
> BAKED them in the oven at 350.
>
> Turned out pretty good, not oily like KFC's, but pretty darn close in
> taste ---- but less the huge amounts of salt & oil.
>
> I am completely unfamiliar with the pressure fryer. Have actually never
> seen one. Besides, my fortay is baking (sweets), not chicken.
>
> Just thought I'd help Pandora out with a recipe!



Here's a description, $371 including shipping:
http://www.accuproinc.com/magefesa.htm

I covet this item.
>
> Lisa ;-)


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Here is a link for pressure fryers for home use.
http://missvickie.com/howto/fry/fryerlook.html

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"Dave Smith" > ha scritto nel messaggio
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> Pandora wrote:
>
>>
>> Pressure fryer! I don't have such a thing! We haven't in Italy! I have
>> only
>> an electric fryer but without pressure.
>> Pandora

>
> Sorry, but that is the way they do it. Some people think that they can do
> it by
> putting oil in a pressure cooker, but pressure cooker manufacturers
> strongly
> recommend they not do that.



Yes ! I know! (((((((
Pandora


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"Curly Sue" > ha scritto nel messaggio
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> On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 20:23:17 +0100, "Pandora" >
> wrote:
>
>>
>>"Dave Smith" > ha scritto nel messaggio
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>
>>> to the one KFC uses. You could experiment with the coating and
>>> probably
>>> come
>>> up with something better than KFC, but the essential thing is the
>>> cooker,
>>> a
>>> pressure fryer.

>>
>>Pressure fryer! I don't have such a thing! We haven't in Italy! I have
>>only
>>an electric fryer but without pressure.
>>Pandora
>>>

>
> Don't try this at home! AFAIK, these cookers are not available for
> home use in the US either.


Yes, I knew that! Thank you!
Pandora
>
> Sue(tm)
> Lead me not into temptation... I can find it myself!





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> On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 15:47:01 +0100, "Pandora" >
> wrote:
>
>>Hello my friends. My Pc is working *NOW*, so I take advantage to ask you
>>something :
>>I know that the recipe of KFC is a secret. I would like to know (because
>>an
>>Italian friend asked me) if anyone has tried to reproduce it with success.
>>If yes, could you please give me the recipe?
>>TIA
>>Pandora
>>

> I have not tried this Pandora but here is a link to a website claiming
> this recipe for KFC:
> http://www.copykat.com/asp/copykatrecipe.asp?recipe=754
>
> Please let me know how it comes out!
>
> Bill


Yes! A friend of Rfc sent me this link! I find that is more simple than
other recipes. I think I will try this.
Cheers and thank you
Pandora
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>



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> In article >,
> Bill > wrote:
>
>> I have not tried this Pandora but here is a link to a website claiming
>> this recipe for KFC:
>> http://www.copykat.com/asp/copykatrecipe.asp?recipe=754
>>
>> Please let me know how it comes out!

>
> Holy hypertension, Batman! That recipe has a sh*tload of sodium in it.
> Salt, seasoned salt, MSG, dried chicken broth. Yikes.
>
> I don't know if you could really duplicate KFC at home. From what I
> remember, the restaurants use a special pressurized deep fat frier.
> This probably helps to fully saturate the meat with grease.
>
> Mea culpa - I've been known (on rare occassions) to eat KFC. But it's
> definitely not health food.


...Like all the fried things...))
Pandora
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"ms. tonya" > ha scritto nel messaggio
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> Here is a link for pressure fryers for home use.
> http://missvickie.com/howto/fry/fryerlook.html


Thank you! Now I know what is !
Pandora
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On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 21:51:41 GMT, "Cheesecake Lady"
> wrote:

>I am completely unfamiliar with the pressure fryer. Have actually never
>seen one.


They sell one at the San Diego county fair, as a "broaster". Bought
one that was too big for me (was gonna use it as a canner but didn't),
and ended up giving it to my mom, who uses it as a soup pot. :-(
Wasn't cheap, either.

serene
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On 29 Jan 2006 14:26:49 -0800, "BoboBonobo" >
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>Here's a description, $371 including shipping:
>http://www.accuproinc.com/magefesa.htm


Yeah, that looks like the one.

serene


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<Snip>
>.
>>
>> What, no 11 herbs and spices?

>
> Not in any of the recipes in my old cookbooks -
>
> And I'd be hard pressed to think of what flavors are actually in KFC -
> 1. salt
> 2. pepper
> 3. bay
> 4. onion
> 5. I am pretty sure I taste garlic or a garlic-clone
> 6. rosemary, maybe?
> 7. sage, maybe?
> 8. Coca cola?
> 9. ??
> 10??
> 11 ??
>
> grease ?
> oil ?
> liquid fat ?
> chicken fat ?
> light oil ?
> oily oil?
>
>>
>> Paul
>>


1. Salt.
2. Sugar.
3. Pepper
4. Paprika
5. Garlic Powder
6. Onion Powder.
7. Mustard
8. Basil
9. Sage
10. ?
11. ?


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In article >,
"Kswck" > wrote:

> <Snip>
> >.
> >>
> >> What, no 11 herbs and spices?

> >
> > Not in any of the recipes in my old cookbooks -
> >
> > And I'd be hard pressed to think of what flavors are actually in KFC -
> > 1. salt
> > 2. pepper
> > 3. bay
> > 4. onion
> > 5. I am pretty sure I taste garlic or a garlic-clone
> > 6. rosemary, maybe?
> > 7. sage, maybe?
> > 8. Coca cola?
> > 9. ??
> > 10??
> > 11 ??
> >
> > grease ?
> > oil ?
> > liquid fat ?
> > chicken fat ?
> > light oil ?
> > oily oil?
> >
> >>
> >> Paul
> >>

>
> 1. Salt.
> 2. Sugar.
> 3. Pepper
> 4. Paprika
> 5. Garlic Powder
> 6. Onion Powder.
> 7. Mustard
> 8. Basil
> 9. Sage
> 10. ?
> 11. ?
>
>


10. Thyme
11. Savory
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"Pandora" > wrote:

> Hello my friends. My Pc is working *NOW*, so I take advantage to ask you
> something :
> I know that the recipe of KFC is a secret. I would like to know (because an
> Italian friend asked me) if anyone has tried to reproduce it with success.
> If yes, could you please give me the recipe?


Just google for "KFC recipe" or some such similar term and you'll find
lots of knock off recipes that may interest you.
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"Stan Horwitz" > ha scritto nel messaggio
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> In article >,
> "Pandora" > wrote:
>
>> Hello my friends. My Pc is working *NOW*, so I take advantage to ask you
>> something :
>> I know that the recipe of KFC is a secret. I would like to know (because
>> an
>> Italian friend asked me) if anyone has tried to reproduce it with
>> success.
>> If yes, could you please give me the recipe?

>
> Just google for "KFC recipe" or some such similar term and you'll find
> lots of knock off recipes that may interest you.


It's all OK, thank you! I have one thousand of recipe to try (if my liver
agree ..) DD
pandora


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