While we’re here in the states enjoy our Kentucky Fried Chicken with a fresh buttery biscuit and some dangerously sweet honey sauce, Japanese Foodbeasts on the other side of the world have discovered a game-changing method for fans of the fried chicken chain.
Nextshark reports that a new KFC trend has been sweeping Japan that anyone with a rice cooker must try ASAP.
Called “KFC Japanese Rice,” you take a rice cooker and fill it with rice, chicken stock, and a bit of soy sauce. Then, take two pieces of the Colonel’s Original Recipe Chicken and set it inside the cooker and turn it on.
After the rice is cooked, shred the chicken and mix it into the rice. The result seems to be a wildly flavorful rendition of rice paired with the 11 herbs and spices that make KFC insanely popular in Japan.
Definitely something to consider the next time we order a bucket of the Colonel’s chicken and want to meal prep for the rest of the week.
Wonder how this trick will fare with Popeyes chicken, though?