April 16, 2004
KFC: Indian Style

On Thursday night I remembered that I had picked up a bargain packet of chicken thighs from Safeway the other day. So it was Kentucky Fried Chicken for dinner that night - Indian Style!

Tasty Southern Fried Chicken - Indian Style

Click here to learn how to cook this - trust me it’s really simple!

Posted by jag at April 16, 2004 11:03 PM

I will definitely give this a try Jag

I used to be a vegetarian for about six or seven years and fried chicken was the thing I always craved for the most (next to bacon). I went back to being a meat eater after a holiday in Mexico and being sick to deal of beans. Still can’t resist the odd KFC although not so mad for bacon now.

Posted by: Annie Mole on April 18, 2004 11:11 AM

Hi Annie - yes, give it a go - v.easy - any sort of seasoning will do. I could not imagine what life would be like as a long term vegetarian. OK - so I only really eat meat once every few dishes - but I still love to eat chicken and lamb occasionally.

Posted by: Jag on April 18, 2004 01:45 PM

I’m giving this whirl On Sundy Jag - I’ll let you know how it comes out…

Posted by: James on May 14, 2004 12:30 PM

Good luck James! Hope it works out well.

Posted by: Jag on May 14, 2004 02:11 PM

I love fried chicken and try many recipes, but haven’t come up with the unique one. I am from Thailand but live in the US. Last year our family went back home and our daughters love fried chicken from the southern part of Thailand. I couldn’t find the recipe that close to the one we ate there. I will try your recipe and let you know how it comes out. Hope that it will be a blast for our next party.

Posted by: Poolsin on September 27, 2004 06:26 PM

Hi Poolsin - thanks for your comment! Yes - do let me know how it turns out if you try it!

Posted by: Jag on September 27, 2004 09:21 PM

I haven’t tried this yet but it looks great. Will definitely try next week end.
Love your blogg! I live in the states but used to live in Alperton.
Was back there in February of this year; can’t believe how much has changed.

Posted by: Peter griffin on December 5, 2004 11:13 PM

just tried this. I’m impressed. Served it with a squeeze of lime juice alongside rice and peas, wicked.

Posted by: Les Pateman on December 25, 2004 02:25 PM

Hi Peter, many thanks for the feedback! Glad you still come back to Alperton sometimes. Yes - I’m sure things have changed.

Les: Cheers! Glad you liked it.

Posted by: Jag on December 29, 2004 06:58 PM

Hey! This recipe looks awesome, I can’t wait to try it out.

I have a question for you, I want to put up a similar recipe book on my webpage, and I was curious what software you use to manage it.

Email me or something, let me know if you have any suggestions on software I can use to get this stuff up and running. I am an experienced html/css/php/mysql guy, I’m just looking for something to get this up the lazy way! :)

Great site, by the way. I am just recently getting into cooking indian food and the recipes here look amazing. If you can also recommend other good cooking sites, let me know.

Take care and good job!

Posted by: Eddie on January 15, 2005 06:39 PM
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