Kentucky Fried Chicken Recipe Clipping - RecipeCurio.comThis recipe was clipped from a newspaper, the coupons on the back are dated 1977. Is this the real Kentucky Fried Chicken recipe? Not likely but why not try it and see how close it is :). Recipe is typed below along with a scanned copy.

Kentucky Fried Chicken

3 pounds chicken parts, cut into small pieces
2 packages (six-tenths of an ounce) Italian salad dressing mix
3 tbsps. flour
2 tsps. salt
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 tbsps. butter, room temperature
1 1/2 cups pancake mix
1 tsp. paprika
1/2 tsp. sage
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 cup milk
24 ounces vegetable oil for frying

  1. Wipe chicken dry. Combine salad dressing mix, flour, lemon juice, salt and butter into a paste and coat chicken evenly. Stack pieces in a bowl; cover and refrigerate for several hours.
  2. Combine pancake mix with spices. Dip chicken parts into milk and then into pancake mixture. Dust off excess.
  3. Heat oil in large skillet and fry pieces until lightly browned, about four minutes on each side. Place chicken in shallow pan and spoon any remaining milk over pieces. Seal with foil. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Uncover and bake 10 minutes at 400 degrees to crisp chicken. Baste with milk again. Serves six to eight.
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10 Responses to Kentucky Fried Chicken – Recipe Clipping

Published 1 September, 2012 in 4:31 am

Thank you i love all the old clippings of recipes of long ago Thank you for posting them

Published 22 September, 2012 in 6:23 am

Made this the other night for my dad who loves Kentucky fried chicken(not sure why). Unfortunately, It is not their secret recipe. It was still very good and everyone agreed that they would eat it again!! But I believe it should be called ” fried chicken, Kentucky style,” or something like that! Still, thanks for Sharing!!

Published 10 October, 2012 in 1:06 pm

Going to try this this weekend. Just read that Sanders wasn’t happy with the company and to make a long story short a new back-to-basic formula was put in place. Guess what year? 1977. Mmmmmm ??? Thank you for pinning

Published 16 October, 2012 in 8:27 am

I love your site! I have many old clippings that I have found in the cookbooks I have inherited over the years, and it’s always like finding a hidden treasure. I tried this recipe because my husband loves KFC. I wasn’t too sure about baking it in milk, but did it anyway, and I am so glad that I did! He said it tasted so close to KFC original recipe, that he never would’ve thought that it was homemade. It was super tender and the seasoning was perfect! This will be a regular at our house. Thanks for sharing!!

Published 22 November, 2012 in 3:45 pm

I tried this recipe today and found that when I put the chicken in the oil, all the breading falls off.
What happened??

valerie studenroth
Published 28 March, 2013 in 2:51 pm

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Susan Wearsch
Published 19 July, 2013 in 4:53 pm

This is just the kind of cooking I love! I own about 200 cookbooks, and my favorite are the local “church-hockey club-fund raiser” type. Thanks for this website. Sue

gail taylor
Published 9 September, 2013 in 5:38 pm

Thank you for sharing this recipe, it is priceless and so are you for sharing it.

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Bridget Neill
Published 24 June, 2015 in 4:16 pm

Can’t wait to try this recipe.

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