I am an avid collector of recipes. A young lady, a former KFC employee, was looking at my recipes one evening when she discovered this one. She told me that the recipe was close, but that I should remove the vinegar and lemon juice and replace them with tarragon vinegar. Tarragon vinegar is the secret. Note: This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Orphan Adoption of 2005. I hope you enjoy it.
Todays KFC is not having the taste we had from the 60's...the recipe is from long term studies and trials from the web site "the Colonel's kitchen"
this is the best knowed recipe on the web yet....You will never find an other best match!!! Smells and tastes just like we had in the 60's........Enjoy.
I worked for KFC for 3 years and coleslaw making was a near daily occurrence. This is the real recipe scaled down to table size. I see lot of recipes claiming to be the real thing but none are. This is the real thing. The sugar amount is not a typo. ***I updated the recipe because I left out the onion
These have always been a hoilday favorite; any kind of holiday! I used to make these with Rum but have now switched to using Bourbon. I have had this recipe for eons and I don't know from whence it came. These can also be frozen &/or refrigerated.Have updated 12/12/2008: changed the amount of Bourbon balls to a count of 20 to 30.
The is an old Colonel Sanders' recipe called 'Colonel's Candy,' which used to be sold in the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. Rumor has it that the Colonel's wife invented it. Many people don't remember - but before drive though's the Colonel used to be sit-down affairs that you would get dressed up for to go to after church on Sunday.
This is an old recipe--I will not tell where from--but it is 1960 original Kentucky biscuit scaled down from an original I have. It is absolutely to die for. You will never make another biscuit after this.
I received these as a gift last year and they did not last one night in my house! These pecans are a great Holiday Gift--especially for someone from Kentucky to give or for someone who used to call Kentucky their home. The taste is similar to a praline with just a hint of whiskey. Enjoy.
This is another one of my Grandmother's recipes from Goose Creek Kentucky, which is where my mother lived until she was 28 then moved to Sandusky, Ohio, my mother is now 84. So, that tells you how old this recipe is! Follow as described and you will not go wrong!