My reverse-engineered recipe for KFC's 'Extra Crispy' chicken yields enough seasoning for 3 batches fried chicken (for the single recipe version, see Recipe #433557). This recipe requires 1 1/8 cups of Recipe #453973. Mix 6 tablespoons of this blend with 3 3/4 cups self-rising flour and 1/4 cup cornstarch for frying one fryer chicken or up to 16 drumsticks. Follow Kentucky Fried Chicken Original Recipe for complete brining, preparation and frying instructions.
My recipe for a fresh-roasted pumpkin pie. Touches like pure maple syrup, cream, dark rum, and Recipe #490865 make it special. It takes a bit of work, but is so worth it in the end. 1 2/3 cups canned pumpkin puree may be used to substitute fresh -- but you would be losing the warm, rich flavor you can get from a slow-roasted, fresh pumpkin.
My easy version of Avgolemono (Greek egg lemon soup), made with my Recipe #488671, can be prepared two ways -- with diced rotisserie chicken -- or without. NOTE: IF USING LOW-SODIUM OR SALT-FREE CHICKEN STOCK, SEASON WITH SEA SALT BEFORE FINAL SIMMER. YOU MAY SUBSTITUTE CHICKEN STOCK WITH CHICKEN BROTH IF DESIRED.
My recipe for Moussaka, the classic Greek meat-and-eggplant dish, takes a bit of work but is so worth it (my photo doesn't do it justice, since it was sliced cold the day after, then photographed!). This can prepared with all ground beef, or a ground beef/lamb blend. Recipe may be halved and baked in slightly less time in an 8 x 8 baking dish (remember to use exactly half of all listed ingredients!).
My recipe for Pastitsio, the classic Greek meat-and-pasta dish, takes a bit of work but is so worth it. This can prepared with all ground beef, or a ground beef/lamb blend. Recipe may be halved and baked in slightly less time in an 8 x 8 baking dish (remember to use exactly half of all listed ingredients!).
My recipe for Salisbury steaks grilled and simmered in a savory mushroom sauce, is fairly easy to prepare and delicious. This can be finished two ways -- simmered in the gravy on the stovetop -- or oven-baked.
My reverse-engineered recipe for this popular packaged dressing mix yields 6 batches. You can actually substitute chicken bouillon granules for vegetable bouillon granules, if you're not serving vegetarians. Xanthan gum, an emulsifier, is sold in health food stores.
You could call this recipe "Kentucky Chicken-Fried Pork Chops"! Since reverse-engineering KFC's 'Colonel’s Secret Original Recipe Seasoning', I've discovered the best pork chop ever -- one made with my Recipe #453973. Upon a few trials I decided I like boneless 3/4-inch to 1-inch thick top loin pork chops best for this recipe. So tender, so tasty... I'm sure 'The Colonel' himself would say "Mmm, these are finger-lickin' good!".