If you are lucky, You as the consumer, might find this cook's treat in your bucket. So What's That Fried thing?
Read on to see how we make this delectable morsel. In Original recipe or Extra Crispy.
Disclaimer: The author does not advise, relish or condone the preparation and consumption of mystery meat, but as TV foodie Andrew Zimmern says, "If it looks good, eat it."
and yeah, might I tempt you with some finger food and assorted tapas?
Gee, I hope the People Eating Tasty Animals don't start Fn commenting.
Bonus Menu Item! For a limited time only!
I have a three month PRO membership coupon from being featured. For the first person that can post in the comments section a picture of them having created a "KFC double down sandwich" made with this instructable, I will pass on to him/her the 3 month PRO membership. Half the fun is convincing mom or dad to help. I figure that might make you happy as you recover in the emergency room after eating it.
UPDATE: And now there is the little morsel: Jalapeno Chili Pepper Screamers, check it out!
KFC is a registered trademark of a mega-corporation. Don't mess with the Colonel.
Step 1: Mystery meat
You can use anything you have handy in the fridge. Chicken, beef, alligator, bison, ostrich, rattlesnake, firm fish, kangaroo, quail, possum, squirrel, firm tofu, etc. will work. You can even repurpose those chicken fingers in the freezer. Using SPAM would just be gross.
This recipe also requires:
pretzels in thin stick form
a few strands of cooked spaghetti
bamboo skewers for serving
for the breading:
egg beaten with a little water or milk
breadcrumbs, you can also substitute cracker meal or crushed corn flake cereal or crushed corn or potato chips
fried chicken seasoning, your own rub or just salt/pepper, garlic and paprika, etc.
stuff for deep fat frying
you might be able to get away with oven-frying, haven't tried it