Burger King Chicken Fries

"Burger King's Whopper has always been my favorite. Now I have 2 favorites! Here is a great recipe, very close to Burger Kings Chicken Fries! I found this "copykat" on the net and after trying it, I'm very happy with it. Easy to make and you can throw it together fast with a crisp salad, and for the times that you have a little extra time, some corn on the cob will work nicely. You can use a little cayenne into the flour to spice it up."
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  • Butterfly the chicken breasts. Then cut them down the middle to separate the breast halves.
  • Next cut into the shape of chicken fries
  • with meat scissors or a knife.
  • Put flour and Fish Fri into separate resealable plastic bags.
  • Lightly beat the egg with one tablespoon water. Shake four chicken fries at a time in the flour, shake off the excess, dip in egg wash.
  • Shake off the excess, then shake in Fish Fry. Place the chicken fries on a plate to reserve for frying.
  • Heat one inch of oil in a skillet to medium hot. Fry chicken fries in batches so they do not touch, turning, until they are golden brown.
  • Drain chicken fries on paper towels and serve with dipping sauce of your choice.

Questions & Replies

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  1. silvercreekacres
  2. silvercreekacres
    Can't find Zatarains dry mix for meat! Please heló.
  3. lumumba1977
    French fries


  1. MixerSista
    This recipe is a disappointment. Burger King chicken fries are delicous and this one doesn't taste anything like it, not even close. The name on this recipe should be changed to simply chicken fries.
  2. Hirananda S.
    I am confused with few terms in the Directions : - Butterfly - Fish Fri or Fry. I don't see this in the ingredients list. Please explain
  3. Racquel C.
    My son wanted chicken fries. - At first I had to convinced him to let me make these instead, and NOW these are a HUGE hit with him. I even made a honey mustard sauce and (spruced up) the BBQ to go with. I totally agree with the poster that said these taste nothing like the BK chicken fries. These taste 100% better!!! I'm completely sold! And so is my son.
  4. kellychris
    I made these the other night and they turned out okay. Then I added some Tony's and they turned out great. I'm gonna have to work on getting the grease to stay the right temp., as some turned out HARD and my "chicken fry" cutting skill needs some work, but all in all this was EXTREMELY close.


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