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KFC teams up for MasterChef alum Khanh Ong for Korean fried chicken recipe

The newest Kentucky Fried Cookin’ episode follows on from Peking Duk and Dimsimlim’s Peking Cluk burger.

KFC has partnered with MasterChef and Survivor alum Khanh Ong to collaborate on a Korean dish using the chain’s ingredients, the latest in their Kentucky Fried Cookin’ series.

The Korean Fire Chicken recipe consists of KFC’s Wicked Wings, garlic, ginger, chilli, gochugaru (chili paste), gochujang (chili powder), Korean rice syrup, fresh lemonade, Korean rice cakes and topped off with mozzarella.
 
The newest Kentucky Fried Cookin’ episode follows on from Peking Duk and Dimsimlim’s Peking Cluk burger, Morgan Hipworth’s Popcorn Chicken Cupcakes, Dimsimlim’s Pimped Up Zinger Noodles, Mitch Orr’s Zinger Katsu Curry, Chebbo’s Tender Christmas Sandwiches, Reynold Poernomo’s Chicken n’ Croffle and Sarah Tiong’s Kentucky Fried Satay Chicken. 
 
See the full Kentucky Fried Cookin’ episode below:

 

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