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How to make KFC-inspired burgers at home: Aussie home cook shares simple recipe

Home cook shares how to make ‘delicious’ KFC-inspired burgers with cornflakes at home

  • An Australian home cook has recreated KFC’s spicy crispy chicken
  • Luke made burgers and shared the simple ‘fakeaway’ meal on Facebook
  • He used seven ingredients to make the delicious crispy chicken
  • The end result looked ‘much better’ than an original KFC burger

An amateur chef has revealed how to make KFC-inspired burgers at home with a healthier twist.

Luke recreated KFC’s spicy crispy chicken and shared the easy recipe with the Home Cooking Australia Facebook group.

To make the crispy chicken ‘fakeaway’ you need seven ingredients: chicken breast, flour, garlic powder, paprika powder, onion powder, cornflakes and eggs.

Luke also stuffed his burger with bacon, shredded carrot, lettuce, and onion.

“I get sick of seeing kfc ads if you live in the country so I made my own kfc spicy crispy chicken,” he wrote on Facebook.

Instead Of Driving To The Nearest Kfc, An Australian Home Cook Made His Own 'Fakeaway' Burger. Luke Made His Own Version Of Kfc'S Spicy Crispy Chicken With Just Seven Ingredients - Chicken, Flour, Garlic Powder, Paprika, Onion Powder, Cornflakes And Eggs

Instead of driving to the nearest KFC, an Australian home cook made his own ‘fakeaway’ burger. Luke made his own version of KFC’s spicy crispy chicken with just seven ingredients – chicken, flour, garlic powder, paprika, onion powder, cornflakes and eggs

To make the chicken, start by tenderizing the meat between two sheets of cling film.

Then prepare three plates – one with flour and the herbs, another with a beaten egg and the third with crushed cornflakes.

To crush the cornflakes, Luke suggested placing the cornflakes in a zip-top plastic bag and then using a rolling pin to break the cornflakes into smaller pieces.

Then dip the chicken breasts one by one in the flour, then the egg and cornflakes, so that an even layer is applied.

Also make sure that the cornflakes are pressed firmly onto the chicken.

Bake in the oven or airfryer at 180 degrees Celsius for 20 minutes before assembling the burgers and serving.

How to make KFC burgers at home:

Ingredients:

  • Chicken breast
  • Flour
  • Garlic powder
  • Paprika
  • Onion powder
  • Salt and pepper
  • cornflakes
  • Egg

Method:

Place the chicken breast between the sheets of cling film and rub with a meat tenderizer

Prepare three plates – one with flour and herbs, another with beaten egg and the third with crushed cornflakes

Dip the chicken breast in the flour, then in the egg, then in the cornflakes, making sure to apply an even layer of each

Bake the chicken for 20 minutes in an airfryer or oven at 180 degrees Celsius

Put the burger together and enjoy it

The Facebook post was seen my hundreds and many thanked Luke for sharing the recipe.

‘That looks way better than anything KFC has to offer,’ one person wrote, another added, ‘I bet it was 1000x tastier than KFC.’

‘Looking awesome. Good on you,” a third added, while others said the home-cooked meal looked “delicious” and “yummy.”

It Follows After A Fitness Coach Shared Her Recipe For Making A 'Low-Calorie' Hungry Jack'S Whopper With Cheese And Sauce At Home

Bec Hardgrave From Brisbane Made The 'Fakeaway' Burger With 100G Lean Ground Beef, Smoky Coles Cheese, Low Sugar Tomato Sauce, Low Fat Mayonnaise, Pickles, Lettuce, Tomato And Onion In An Aldi Brioche Bun

It follows after a fitness coach shared her recipe for making a “low-calorie” Hungry Jack’s Whopper with cheese and sauce at home. Bec Hardgrave from Brisbane made the ‘fakeaway’ burger with 100g lean ground beef, smoky Coles cheese, low sugar tomato sauce, low fat mayonnaise, pickles, lettuce, tomato and onion in an Aldi brioche bun

It follows after a fitness coach shared her recipe for making a “low-calorie” Hungry Jack’s Whopper with cheese and sauce at home.

Bec Hardgrave from Brisbane made the ‘fakeaway’ burger with 100 grams of lean ground beef, smoky Coles cheese, low-sugar tomato sauce, low-fat mayonnaise, pickles, lettuce, tomato and onion in an Aldi brioche bun.

Bec’s version has 390 calories, while the fast food original has 743 calories — nearly double the amount.

Bec'S Version Has 390 Calories, While The Fast Food Original Has 743 Calories - Almost Double The Amount

Compared To The Original, The 25-Year-Old'S Homemade Meal Is A Healthier Option As It Contains Over 30G Of Protein

Bec’s version has 390 calories, while the fast food original has 743 calories – almost double the amount

Compared to the original, the 25-year-old’s homemade meal is a healthier option as it contains over 30g of protein.

“If you can flame grill your meat, you get the authentic taste,” she wrote on Instagram, sharing a video with her 60,000 followers.

In the clip, Bec prepared the meal by cooking the lean beef patty, then placing it on the bottom brioche bun and topping it with cheese.

Then she added the tomato sauce, sliced ​​gherkins, onions and tomato and drizzled over the mayonnaise.

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