These were better than KFC's. The chicken is so moist. I found that you are better off using thin buritto bread. I made these with 2 different kinds and the thinner the bread the better.
I've made this recipe a lot since I found it! I'm living in a town now thats hours away from any KFC.my family and friends love this its a great recipe!
This recipe is even better than the KFC Twisters in Canada! The only problem that I encountered was the temp. of the oil. Tried it at 220C and the first batch burnt (my husband got those). 220F made them too soggy(I got those). 325F worked perfectly (the children got those) Although we all love the wraps, I am often asked to just make the chicken for my teeagers. Wonderful recipe Ben Ross and thank you
Tastes great just like KFC!My kitchen got a bit messy though during the prep time & since I double coated them the chicken strips mixt got stuck like a bunch that it took me time to pry them out.10 strips at a time would take too long,so I placed alot.oops! and since we had no tortillas,we used bread in the meantime.So filling!Hubby & I cld only eat 2 sandwiches.Next time I'll try it w/ tortillas.The chicken itself is so great you could eat it as is w/ matching mashed potatoes and gravy. As A KFC fan,w/o KFC outlets where I'm at right now,this was such a treat!I even cooked this recipe more than once.It's also so good that I just had to share the recipe w/ my mom for my small nieces.Thanks!
Yummy :) The tortillas can also be microwaved (30-60secs)... this stops them drying out so can be useful if you find that the bread 'cracks' when you roll it.
I made this adding the spicy mustard and bacon,like Karen suggested.Personally,they tasted better than KFC's version.
These were very tasty just the way they are but something was missing so I think I am going to try them again but add a bit of spicey mustard to the mayo and maybe include a strip or 2 of crisp bacon. I have had the KFC twisters when they were selling them here and loved them.