Kentucky Fried Chicken Recipe

Try this Kentucky Fried Chicken recipe next Sunday.
Jean Teller
January/February 2011

Homestyle Kentucky Fried Chicken and mashed potatoes with Chicken Gravy
Lori Dunn


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Frances Scott, Port Hueneme, California, hopes someone has a recipe for Colonel Sander’s Secret Fried Chicken.  

From Welch, Oklahoma, Kathleen Hanson’s version is called Kentucky Fried Chicken, and while it may not be exactly what Frances is looking for, it sure would taste great for Sunday dinner.  

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GRIT Recipe Box: January/February 2011  

Kentucky Fried Chicken 

3 cups self-rising flour2 packages tomato soup in a cup Lipton Cream of Chicken Soup powder 
1 tablespoon paprika 
1 teaspoon salt 
1 box Good Seasons Italian Dressing mix 
1 stick butter 
Chicken, cut into frying pieces  

Heat oven to 350°F. 

In plastic bag, combine dry ingredients. Put butter in shallow baking dish and place in oven to melt.  

Place chicken, a piece or two at a time, in plastic bag; shake to coat well. Place chicken in baking dish and bake for 40 to 45 minutes, or until chicken’s juices run clear. 








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