Chefs go on a mission to find ultimate KFC “Unoriginal Recipe”

KFC’s elusive 11 secret herbs and spices is one of the biggest mysteries that people all over the world are trying to decode. From Youtube tutorials to Tiktok hacks–every fried chicken fan has tried to replicate the original–all claiming to have finally solved the secret recipe. 

 

But what about culinary experts? Can they replicate the finger lickin’ goodness of KFC?

Kentucky Fried Chicken
KFC nothing beats the original

 

This International Fried Chicken Day (July 6),  two renowned Filipino chefs are on a mission to try these viral,  “unoriginal recipe” fried chicken creations, to see if any of them even come close to original.

 

World-class executive chef, Vic Barangan of Richmonde Hotel, and  Chef Mark Joseph aka Chef Marky, a veteran of restaurant kitchens over the past decade,  will cook 11 of the most popular KFC hacks found  online to taste for themselves whether any of these will finally reveal the 11 secret herbs and spices behind the Colonel’s  world-famous fried chicken. 

 

Catch them on tiktok.com/@kfcphilippines or follow #TheUnoriginalRecipes #NothingLikeKFC on July 6.

While these culinary experts are trying to unravel the mystery behind the secret recipe, KFC will be celebrating International Fried Chicken Day through a free delivery promo to remind fans what makes its  Original Recipe Chicken unique to its chain of stores.

 

There’s no better way to spend a day dedicated to fried chicken, than feasting on THE fried chicken. That’s why KFC is treating customers  to FREE delivery when they order from www.kfc.com.ph or KFC mobile app. 

 

For a minimum spend of P550, all they need to do is use the voucher code “KFCTHEOG” on July 6 and orders will be delivered for free.

Eli

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