JAPANESE KFC RICE COOKER RECIPE HACK
This has been popping up everywhere on my feed, and I’m sure you might have as well.
It seems a bit too good to be true that something so simple can be getting raving reviews, which is why I had to try it myself.
Where all these people just jumping on the hype wagon and saying its good for internet likes?
Or is it actually an easy, quick dinner hack you’re going to be making on the regular from on now?
It’s actually pretty good. I would definitely remake this if I ever have leftover fried chicken. (Though, how many of us have leftovers when ordering fried chicken…)
2 pieces of overnight KFC chicken
1 cup of uncooked rice
1 tablespoon soy sauce
Liquid chicken stock
Step 1: Measure out 1 cup of uncooked rice with the measuring cup your rice cooker comes with. (important to use the same cup since sometimes the cups can be slightly different which will result in your rice being too wet or dry)
Step 2: Wash your rice by using water and then agitating the rice until the top layers of starch are washed off. Do this 2 times. (and before you ask why you need to ash rice, its because your rice won’t taste as sweet if you don’t wash it. It will actually have a subtle musky taste instead)
Step 3: Put your washed rice in the rice cooker with the right amount of chicken stock. Use the markings in your rice cooker to know how much to pour in.
Step 4: Add in your soy sauce and press cook.