Kentucky Fried Chicken Like Recipes - Peanut Allergy Information

Kentucky Fried Chicken Like Recipes

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KFC Macaroni Salad

7 ounces Box elbow macaroni, cooked 2 Ribs celery minced fine 1 tablespoon Dry minced onion 1/3 cup Diced sweet pickles 1 1/2 cups Miracle whip 1/2 cup mayonaise 1/4 teaspoon Black pepper 1/4 teaspoon Dry mustard 1 teaspoon Sugar Salt to taste

Combine everything just as listed. Refrigerate salad tightly covered several hours before serving.

KFC Gravy

1 tablespoon vegetable oil 5 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 can Campbell's chicken broth (plus 1 can of water) 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper

1. First make a roux by combining the oil with 1 1/2 tablespoons of flour in a medium saucepan over low heat. Heat the mixture for 20-30 minutes, stirring often, until it is a dark chocolate color.

2. Remove the roux from the heat, stir in the rest of the flour, abd add the remaining ingredients to the saucepan; mix well.

3. Put the saucepan back over the heat, turn it up to medium and bring the gravy to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes, or until thick.

Makes about 3 cups.

KFC Cole Slaw

8 cups finely chopped cabbage 1/4 cup carrot, shredded 1/3 cup sugar 1/2 teas. salt 1/8 teas. pepper 1/4 cup milk 1/2 cup mayonaise 1/4 cup buttermilk 1 1/2 tbls. white vinegar 2 1/2 tbls. lemon juice

Cut cabbage and carrots into small pieces about the size of rice kernels. (The food processor is great for this!) In salad bowl, combine the sugar, salt, pepper, milk, mayonaise, buttermilk, vinegar and lemon juice. Beat until smooth. Add the cabbage and carrots. Mix well. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving. Serves 6 to 8.

KFC Original Fried Chicken

1 frying chicken, cut into frying pieces 1 1/2 cups flour 1 Pkt. (dry) Good Seasons Italian Dressing (THE 11 herbs and spices!) 1 Envelope Lipton (or other brand) Tomato Cup of Soup 2 eggs, well beaten 2/3 cup milk Vegetable oil to cover bottom of your skillet; about 1/2 inch deep.

1. Combine eggs and milk. Set aside. 2. Combine flour with the Italian dressing and soup mix. 3. Dip chicken pieces in milk-egg mixture and roll them in the flour-seasoning mixture. Repeat procedure. 4. Fry pieces over medium heat for 25 to 30 minutes, turning often. 5. Remove from fire. Drain and serve.

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On May 2, 2001

cindy have you got a recipe for fried chicken that does not need egg ?? tried milk and flour on chicken , didnt work, child number 4 gagged on it, sigh . back to plain chicken. thanks williamsmummy

On May 2, 2001

Williamsmummy - I invented a chicken nugget recipe for my multiple allergic 4 year old. Everyone who's ever tried them says they're great.

I cut chicken breasts into bite sized pieces and dip them in milk (water works too when I've run out of milk). I then dip the pieces into seasoned flour. For seasoning I use whatever I have on hand - tonight it was poultry seasoning, salt, pepper, paprika and chili powder. I then re-dip the flour coated pieces in the milk. Now for my secret-makes-them-great-and-crunchy part... I then coat the chicken pieces in crushed up saltine crackers. I drop the coated chicken bites into about 1/3 inch of oil and cook until golden turning once. They cook quickly because they're so small. I use med/low heat so the crackers won't burn. My burner dial goes from low to 9 and I use position 3-4.

My family loves to dip them in ketchup, but I prefer barbeque sauce. The brown sauce I had in London pubs would be great on them too if only I could buy some here...


On May 3, 2001

hello rebekah will try this this week let you know how it goes, hp brown sauce or fruity? brill with bangers and mash, bubble and squeak , cheese , fish n chips yum gotta go lunch time!!!!

On May 3, 2001

Williamsmummy, I had no idea there were different kinds of brown sauce LOL! I was only in London for a month and the brown sauce I had was always the same. I remember the bottle just said brown sauce... [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

I hope your nuggets turn out well! Let me know - it won't offend me if you hate them [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Wishing I could go back and spend more time exploring London and the rest of GB... Rebekah

On May 9, 2001

hello Rebekahc

tried your recipe yesterday every one enjoyed them, william was too cautious too try them, but will make them again when hes feeling better (pollen and school making him too tired to eat,sigh..) can highly recomened that every one give this a go!!!

thanks williamsmummy

On May 9, 2001

So glad they were a success!! Hopefully your little guy will be feeling better soon - our allergies are really bad right now too...


On May 17, 2001

rebekah c

I tried the chicken recipe last night. My husband and kids loved them. Just a question, though. What oil do you use? I cooked some in olive oil, some in corn oil, and baked the rest for the fat-free conscious. Of course the oil ones were the best tasting but I wonder if you have preference for a good frying oil. I didn't know how olive oil would taste, but no one complained--the dinner table was quiet. That's when I know a recipe is a success, followed, of course, by "Gosh, this is good!"

On May 18, 2001

I usually use Canola oil but recently used safflower oil. I prefer the canola, but couldn't tell much difference. I would think olive oil might get a bit expensive.

So glad your family enjoyed them, too. It's definitley a favorite around here - though I hate to clean up afterward!


[This message has been edited by rebekahc (edited May 19, 2001).]

On May 19, 2001

Wow, I had to come in and see what all the activity was that was going on in here! I get e-mail notification when someone responds to my thread and I saw that there had been a lot in here. I'm glad these ones went over well and that there are people out there with alternatives for people that are more than PA.

It's kinda encouraged me to post the rest of the Famous Recipes I have to post. I had originally started doing this whenever, and I was going to post 2 a night. Then, I saw that basically all the Snacks, Recipes board was full of recipes I had put on so I thought I would stop for awhile. The other thing with this Famous Recipes thing is that I haven't tried ONE single recipe that I am posting and when people question me directly, I could never tell them the answer. I always had to check with another PA parent - if it was about cake mix, etc. I know that a lot of people got the feeling or understanding that I was some great cook that tried a lot of recipes and I definitely am a good cook but don't try recipes. I just had this e-mail of Famous Recipes sent to me and it was actually my DH who thought that they might be suitably posted here because a lot of us are hesitant to go to particular places and feel "safe". So, if we're able to make the same stuff or comparable stuff at home, why not?

Anyway, with all of that said, I must go back and see how much I have left to post. I know I started from Z and worked upwards to K, so that leaves from K to A. Also, obviously, I left out anything that was blatantly peanut/tree nut or, to me, questionable. The only thing I must say, and I do apologize, is that I am only considering PA when posting the recipes and not other food allergies. But I've found that other people dealing with multiple food allergies have been of great assistance to other people in providing alternative recipes so I don't feel quite as bad.

Anyway, enough babbling from me. I need another cup of tea!

Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]