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KFC's original chicken batter recipe is kept top secret, but there are many copycat recipes that are easily duplicated. Topsecretrecipes.com's version is highly rated with some reviewers claiming to enjoy it even more than KFC's original recipe.


Simple fried chicken batter can be made using nothing more than a combination of buttermilk, eggs, water, flour and cornstarch, along with salt, pepper and beer. The skillet-fried chicken batter recipe that was developed by Bon Appetit calls for buttermilk, eggs, water, flour, cornstarch, salt and p


Copycat recipes for KFC fried chicken are available at Todd Wilbur's Top Secret Recipes and at Food.com. Todd Wilbur's recipe eliminates MSG from the mix, making the chicken arguably healthier than KFC's chicken. The recipe on Food.com attempts to match the KFC recipe as closely as possible.


Ingredients to make homemade fried chicken that tastes similar to chicken found at KFC restaurant include all-purpose flour, egg, buttermilk and seasonings such as chili powder, sage and paprika. One of the key ingredients in the copycat recipe is monosodium glutamate. MSG is used in some recipes as


The standard deep fried chicken batter consists of flour, seasoning and egg, with the option of buttermilk mixed with the egg for extra flavor. With just these few ingredients and some chicken, a restaurant-quality fried chicken is possible.


There are a multitude of recipes that attempt to replicate the taste of Kentucky Fried Chicken available from Food.com, Tom Wilbur's Top Secret Recipes and Spark Recipes. Many of these recipes include a brine, 11 secret herbs and spices, a dredging mixture and a breading flour.


Kentucky Fried Chicken changed its name to "KFC" in 1991 because it planned to offer a more varied menu, it wanted to eliminate the unhealthy connotation of "fried" from its name and it wanted a shorter version of its name. Contrary to popular Internet rumors, the government didn't force KFC to take


Good fried chicken recipes include Southern fried chicken by Paula Deen and oven-fried chicken by Ina Garten, both available at FoodNetwork.com The website provides photos or video and detailed instructions.


Paula Deen's easy recipe for fried chicken can be found on the Food Network website. It takes less than half an hour to prepare and cook, and it serves four people. Another easy fried chicken recipe is located on Real Simple.


A highly rated easy recipe for fried fish batter is Michael Chiarello's, which uses beer and chipotle peppers. To make the batter, puree chipotle peppers with egg and whisk in a pale beer before combining with a mixture of flour, cornstarch, baking powder and salt, as well as fresh black pepper. Coa