Cooking Chicken: How to cook KFC with less calories.

kafsoa By kafsoa, 29th May 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Many people "like me" like the taste and flavor of Kentucky fried chicken, but as we grow older, many restrictions should be considered on visiting fast food shops. I've made many trials "Bless my family" and as a chemist, I could finally found the closest taste with the least calories. I wanted to share this with you guys, I believe you'll enjoy it when you try it next weekend.

All what you need

1 chicken with skin cut into 8 pieces
1 cup white vinegar
4 tbsp baking powder
2 tbsp mustard
1/4 cup tomato ketchup
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp soy sauce
1tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper powder
1 tbsp chilly powder if desired
1 cup yogurt
2 tbsp rice starch
2 tbsp corn starch
2 tbsp all purpose flour
1 whole egg
1 cup crushed toasted bread
1 cup crushed corn flakes
Spray oil

Directions

- In a large glass bowl place your chicken pieces
- Sprinkle baking powder and pour vinegar and leave aside for 10 minutes
- Put all the other ingredients except the crushed bread and crushed corn flakes
- Refrigerate for at least 10 hours
- Spray a baking tray with oil
- Dust chicken pieces in crushed bread mixed with chilly powder and corn flakes
- Put dusted chicken in the baking tray
- Spray chicken with oil
- Cover with aluminum foil
- Cook in 350F for 20 minutes
- Remove the foil and crisp for more 5 minutes

Tags

Crispy Chicken, Kfc, Kitchen, Kitchen Tips, Low Calorie, Low Cholesterol, Low Cost, Low Fat, Low Fat Diet, Low Prices, Low-Calorie Diets, Low-Fat

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author avatar kafsoa
Hello everybody;
I'm a mother for 4 lovely cute kids and a very happy wife. Chemistry is my major, but I give a chance to myself on different fields of knowledge. I like to share what I know.

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author avatar Retired
29th May 2011 (#)

hey, that is really neat. there needs to be even more renewed interest in home cooking healthy meals --with real, natural, organic-- foods.

i appreciate this even though i do not eat chicken, and i will share it with the people i care about who do.

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
2nd Jun 2011 (#)

Mr. robert Run, could you try Indonesian recipe as well? It's satay and gado-gado. Please read it through in my writing. Thanks.

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author avatar kafsoa
29th May 2011 (#)

Thanks Robert Run. I like people who care and support new subscribers "like me". Have a nice time:)

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author avatar case1worker
29th May 2011 (#)

thanks for the recipe - as a celiac I reckon i could change the recipe with gluten free flour and cornflakes and no one would know- will try it soon

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author avatar kafsoa
29th May 2011 (#)

Thanks for suggestion case 1 worker :)

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author avatar richardpeeej
29th May 2011 (#)

What a lovely recipe kafsoa. We had chicken today but that was simply roasted in the oven. Yours looks much more flavoursome my friend..

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author avatar kafsoa
29th May 2011 (#)

Thanks Richard for stopping by, Roasted chicken is healthy and nice too, I love it:)

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author avatar kafsoa
30th May 2011 (#)

Why are you advertising in the comment area? You can write a page to advertise your stuff!

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
30th May 2011 (#)

Thanks for this. My wife and I have a hard time eating chicken after keeping them as pets, and should would NEVER eat KFC after hearing about how cruel those birds are - she would insist on buying free range birds if she was going to eat any chicken.
It does make me wonder if a person could do this with Soy Chicken?
Having said all that... I do suggest adding a picture, recipe links always do better with images.

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author avatar kafsoa
1st Jun 2011 (#)

Thanks for the advice Mark:) I put a tiny picture there;)
Yes I think you can use soy chicken, better flavor too:)

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
30th May 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing a good tip of cooking chicken. I've been looking for it because it's good for the whole family.

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author avatar kafsoa
30th May 2011 (#)

Thanks Lila for reading my page. I hope this will be helpful :)

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author avatar Abioye Munashe
30th May 2011 (#)

thanks for the recipe

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author avatar kafsoa
30th May 2011 (#)

You're most welcomed Abioye:)

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author avatar B Awesome
30th May 2011 (#)

makes my mouth water just reading this. Thanks.

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author avatar kafsoa
30th May 2011 (#)

I hope you found it easy and doable B Awesome :)

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
31st May 2011 (#)

Kafsoa, I have cooked with your recipe. It's very yummy although has a bit different with the real KFC. Thank any way.

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author avatar kafsoa
31st May 2011 (#)

It should be different because it's not deep fried:)

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
31st May 2011 (#)

Ya, I think so. But my sons like your recipe.

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author avatar kafsoa
31st May 2011 (#)

Bon appetite to you and your sons Lila :)

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
2nd Jun 2011 (#)

Kafsoa, I forgot to tell you about my recipe (gado-gado and satay). You must add water in the peanut sauce, so it will be little bit liquid. OK. Thanks alot for having time to cook it.

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author avatar kafsoa
2nd Jun 2011 (#)

Thank you Lili.

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