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Home cooks are obsessing over a very simple ‘Japanese KFC Chicken rice’ recipe

Finger-lickin’ good! Home cooks are obsessing over a homemade ‘KFC Chicken’ recipe – and you only need FOUR ingredients

  • A very simple Japanese KFC chicken recipe has taken the internet by storm
  • ‘KFC Japanese rice’ method involves using your rice cooker to create the dish
  • All you have to do is add the rice, fried chicken, soy sauce and chicken stock

Home cooks are obsessing over a very simple ‘Japanese KFC rice’ recipe that’s taking the internet by storm – and it only requires four ingredients.

Many people have been transforming Colonel’s famous fried chicken into a cheap yet delicious dish – flavoured with the 11 herbs and spices.

Described as a ‘game-changer’, the method involves cooking the rice in the rice cooker, along with chicken stock, soy sauce and Original Recipe chicken pieces.

Once the rice is cooked, shred the chicken with a fork, remove the bones and mix the meat through the rice. Season with salt and pepper to taste – and serve hot.

Home cooks are obsessing over a very simple ‘Japanese KFC rice’ recipe that’s taking the internet by storm – and it only requires four ingredients (picture of the ingredients, with one woman adding a pandan leaf to add extra flavour)

Many people have been using a rice cooker to transform Colonel's famous fried chicken into a cheap yet delicious dish - flavoured with the 11 herbs and spices

Many people have been using a rice cooker to transform Colonel’s famous fried chicken into a cheap yet delicious dish – flavoured with the 11 herbs and spices

Many are using their rice cookers to create the delicious dish

Many are using their rice cookers to create the delicious dish

‘This dish smells so appetising and is moreish and scrumptious. Even my health food fanatic friends find this irresistible… Try it and you’ll be suitably impressed with the results,’ Jaycee said.

‘To make, put two cups of washed Jasmine rice with two cups chicken stock in a rice cooker. Add one tablespoon of light soy sauce and four pieces of KFC original recipe chicken thighs and press the cook button.

‘The trick is to press the cook button of the rice cooker at least twice to get that layer of crisp burnt rice at the bottom, which is the part that everybody fights over.

‘Try it and you’ll be suitably impressed with the results.’

Other creative cooks have also added their own ingredients, along with the fried chicken, to the rice cooker, including spring onion

Other creative cooks have also added their own ingredients, along with the fried chicken, to the rice cooker, including spring onion, garlic or bok choy

Other creative cooks have also added their own ingredients, along with the fried chicken, to the rice cooker, including spring onion, fried shallots, garlic or bok choy

The method involves cooking the rice in the rice cooker, along with soy sauce, chicken stock and fried chicken

The method involves cooking the rice in the rice cooker, along with soy sauce, chicken stock and fried chicken

Andrew said he adds garlic pieces, spring onion and salt with his rice, chicken and stock

Once cooked, season with salt and pepper to taste - and serve hot.

Andrew said he adds garlic pieces, spring onion and salt with his rice, chicken and stock

Hanif said the budget dish was perfect for using up any leftover KFC chicken. 

Feron said: ‘Tried this Japanese method of cooking rice with original KFC chickens and it’s legitimately nice.’

Zigg said: ‘Trying out cooking the trendy KFC rice at home. Surprisingly yummy!’

And Yanners said: ‘I head straight to KFC and got me a bucket of chicken. Got home, got my rice cooker, added a few of my own touches and cooked the dish. Its genius.’

Other creative cooks have also added their own ingredients, along with the fried chicken, to the rice cooker, including spring onion, fried shallots, garlic or bok choy.

‘I added fried shallots and chopped spring onions just before serving,’ Jaycee said.

Andrew said: ‘Put a few pieces of KFC fried chicken, small piece of garlic, two stalks of spring onion, some chicken stock and rice in the rice cooker and cook.’



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