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This recipe should be noted that a PRESSURE FRYER COOKER must be used and not your standard pressure cooker......

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andypandy April 22, 2004

I have to agree with andypandy. Cooking this in a regular pressure cooker is a disaster waiting to happen. Unless you have a special fryer pressure cooker, do not do this in a regular pc. Your manual should also issue this caution. If it doesn't call the mgf. For more information

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MaryAnne November 20, 2009

This recipe is just right. Some food when salty doesn't taste all that great but this fried chicken taste good salty but not too salty just right. I love it. The texture is good. Nice and Crispy!!! Yummy Thanks. This is the best fried chicken I've ever cooked. So simple and easy. I didn't even use a pressure cook. I used a regular pot fill it halfway with oil.

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k3y January 10, 2008

Great Recipe! My kids love KFC but we are an hour away from the nearest one. The kids loved it. I also used a deep fryer with a setting of only 375* - I cooked the chicken for 12 minutes.

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TaraDC March 17, 2009

Awesome Recipe! Seriously this fried chicken is the best I ever tried, everyone loves it, and I just used a regular electric deep fryer. Cooked a bit longer, but came out great AAA+++

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Jessica Hburg VA October 13, 2008

Wow! Very bland for a KFC copycat recipe! There are many KFC copycat recipes that actually use the "11 herbs and spices" approach with much better results.<br/><br/>Actually, there are no spices in this recipe besides black pepper. Salt and MSG don't count, do they?<br/><br/>I cooked this in a Pressure Magic, (also know as a Fagor Classic, clamp-style pressure cooker, 6L), pressure fryer. It's commonly sold at Fairs, Boat Shows, RV Shows, and they always demonstrate "pressure frying" during their shows, and their online video).<br/><br/>The chicken came out perfectly crispy on the outside and very juicy on the inside! It really wasn't bad at all. However, it tastes just like good "generic" home-cooked fried chicken, and NOT Kentucky Fried Chicken.

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beacher June 04, 2014

very easy and simply. i made it in a ordinary pot over a gas stove and it came out very nice and juicy and crunchy on the outside. would have liked a more 'bitsy' and crunchy texture but that would probably be just a matter of using corn/potato starch/flour.

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bennos February 18, 2011

Used this recipe last night and it tasted like I got it from the Colonel himself. My entire family LOVED it!

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Cyndi_G January 18, 2005

I've been doing a very similar recipe for years, super KFC taste. I've used a traditional pressure cooker, no issues what so ever, however to crisp it up a bit I leave it in the oil several minutes after pressure has dropped.

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dewbie July 23, 2013

Yum Yum!!! Thank you for sharing!! We do not have a KFC... so we are so excited that I found your recipe!! I did not have Accent so I did put a little extra salt in like you recommended. Also, I cooked it in deep pot and this worked well!!! Thank you Again and Again!! :-}

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Jen10ike October 27, 2012
Kentucky Fried Chicken