Monday, July 21, 2014

KFC Style Gravy (Secret revealed)

A bowl of frshly cooked KFC Style Gravy
KFC Style Gravy

KFC Style Gravy


Are you a gravy person or a heavy fan of KFC gravy? Well, I am guilty of both.


KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken is probably one of the most favorite fastfood restaurants of the Filipinos. This is because pinoys really love to eat fried chicken and that's what KFC is best known for. Personally, I love their Hot and Crispy fried chicken recipe partnered with their special gravy and they really complements each other. I used to pour as much as gravy on top of my rice and on top of the chicken. Thank God the gravy is free of charge.


Alright, forget about the chicken because that's not our recipe for today. What I'm going to do is to fix a special home made KFC style gravy recipe with a taste close enough to KFC's gravy.

I made a small research online about preparing their own KFC gravy. I analyzed and copied their ingredients and collected all what is common to come up with a recipe that I would say, is really taste like KFC gravy. So here it is, enjoy...


INGREDIENTS:

4 tablespoons butter or shortening
5 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 beef bouillon cube
1 chicken bouillon cube
1/4 tsp. garlic powder
1/4 tsp. black pepper
2 cups water


HOW TO COOK KFC STYLE GRAVY:

1. Boil water in a pot over medium heat.

Boil water in the microwave or on the stove.
Boil water in the microwave or on the stove.
Boil water in the microwave or on the stove.
Boil water in the microwave or on the stove.
2. Add bullion cubes to the water, press and stir until dissolved.

3. Place butter in a pot over low heat. Heat and stir until butter has melted.

4. Add flour to butter mixture, while stirring continuously with a whisk. Cook until the mixture becomes golden brown.

5. Pour in bouillon-flavored water to the flour and butter mixture. Continue stirring to prevent lumps. 

6. Add garlic powder and ground black pepper. Mix well.

7. Turn up the heat to medium and cook until some of the water evaporates and leaves a creamy, yet pour-able gravy sauce.

8. Serve while still hot over mashed potatoes or main dish.

For a spicier sauce, add a dash of Cayenne pepper to the mix. - See more at: http://www.copycatrecipeguide.com/How_to_Make_KFC_Gravy#sthash.LDAUzwoy.dpuf
For a spicier sauce, add a dash of Cayenne pepper to the mix. - See more at: http://www.copycatrecipeguide.com/How_to_Make_KFC_Gravy#sthash.LDAUzwoy.dpufTIPS:

TIPS:

1. If you want your gravy to be a bit spicy, add a dash of cayenne pepper to the mix.
2. Continuous stirring is the secret to the good consistency of the gravy and it also prevent lumps from forming.


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