Betty’s Kentucky Fried Popcorn Chicken Recipe

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make her version of Kentucky Fried Popcorn Chicken. With 11 herbs and spices for flavor, and flour for coating, generous-sized chicken nuggets are fried in peanut oil to make a variation of KFCs Popcorn Chicken. Youll love this lighter style treat,…

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23 Responses to “Betty’s Kentucky Fried Popcorn Chicken Recipe”

  1. bettyskitchen says:

    I did a lot of research on the internet–but don’t take this set of ingredients as the original recipe.
    –Betty

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  2. jumpinjacksflash says:

    hi Betty , I was wondering how you discovered the ingredients?

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  3. starviolet1217 says:

    made this for a superbowl party and it was so good!! it was gone within a few minutes! the only change i made was adding breadcrumbs to give it a thicker crust.

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  4. bettyskitchen says:

    It would be fine in the deep fryer.
    –Betty

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  5. Mustang5516 says:

    would it work the same in the deep fryer ,or would it stick together .

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  6. yastillicheat says:

    @bettyskitchen: hi betty..Can u plz tel me what flour do u use..?? is it Corn or wheat or Rice..??

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  7. voteforjoe says:

    Betty, can you be my mom

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  8. bettyskitchen says:

    You may do that, if you want a thicker crust.
    –Betty

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  9. KiddyPie123 says:

    Why did you not put it in breadcrumb before frying?

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  10. bettyskitchen says:

    Yes, that would be perfect!
    –Betty

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  11. bettyskitchen says:

    Yes, you can put the coating on, then spray a baking pan, place the chicken pieces and spray the top also (with cooking oil spray). Bake 350 degrees (F) about 20 minutes or until brown and obviously done.
    –Betty

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  12. Nidene123 says:

    I do not do a lot of frying however, would this recipe also work in the oven? If so, how is it done?

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  13. screenpuller says:

    @bettyskitchen… Everything you prepare looks delicious… Dinner time at your house looks like a happening affair.

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  14. bettyskitchen says:

    @fist2chin Yes, the recipe for a complete recipe is written, but I only made 1/2 as much.
    –Betty 

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  15. TheRevelegendEMG says:

    Excellent, can’t wait to make it!!

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  16. michiman57 says:

    damn you sexy

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  17. XxpXYROMANx says:

    nice that you take care of health AND taste i am hungry now!
    greetings from germany!

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  18. alienhddna says:

    did you see todd new show he cloned kfc all he had to do is wacth your video to get good tip

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  19. bettyskitchen says:

    The complete recipe is always below the video. Just click “show more.”
    –Betty 

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  20. COLINATORUK says:

    would you be so kind as to list all the flavoring ingrediants and the brands of the ingrediants used in this video

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  21. bettyskitchen says:

    I would probably do an egg wash and bread crumb coating if I were baking them in the oven. Thanks for the compliment!
    –Betty

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  22. numeristacom says:

    Thanks for sharing the recepie. I was surprised that you did not use egg wash, but just plain flour.
    If you wanted to do them in the oven would you start in the skillet or toss it all in the oven?
    ps : love your accent !

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  23. bettyskitchen says:

    It does taste better–and it’s a lot healthier!
    –Betty

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