KFC Gutted Potato Wedges. Here's How To Make Them at Home
Well, they had a good run. KFC potato wedges are no more. That's right, no more chunky crispy potatoes seasoned with a special blend of herbs and spices straight from the fryer from your favorite fried chicken joint. Instead, the Colonel and Kentucky Fried Chicken is slashing the wedges for new fries, and wedge-lovers are seeing red. Thankfully it is pretty simple to make a copycat recipe at home and all you need is russet potatoes, milk, egg, flour, and seasoning. This fast food side dish is based on the original recipe with home kitchen tweaks.
How to Make KFC Copycat Potato Wedges
Not a fan of the new secret recipe fries? Make these fried potato wedges at home and kiss the chicken chain's new french fries to the curb. All you need is a homemade chicken sandwich to make this fast food chain meal complete.
In a large bowl combine the egg and milk. In a second bowl combine flour with seasoned salt, ground black pepper, paprika, and garlic powder.
Clean potatoes and cut into wedges, placing them in the milk mixture. Using a slotted spoon, remove the potatoes and dredge in the flour mixture. Working in batches, fry in hot peanut oil for 4-5 minutes. Remove and fry the wedges for a second time, about 4-5 minutes and serve.
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