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.
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.
I’m giving this whirl On Sundy Jag - I’ll let you know how it comes out…
Good luck James! Hope it works out well.
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.
Hi Poolsin - thanks for your comment! Yes - do let me know how it turns out if you try it!
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.
just tried this. I’m impressed. Served it with a squeeze of lime juice alongside rice and peas, wicked.
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.
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!