Ramen and okonomiyaki made with the Colonel’s blend of 11 herbs and spices?
The “K” in KFC stands for “Kentucky,” but the fried chicken chain’s culinary reach and inspirations now go far beyond the borders of the landlocked eastern U.S. state. KFC Japan, for example, has offered such localized fare as frozen matcha dessert drinks and rice bowls.
But there’s still plenty of as-yet untapped potential to meld KFC and Japanese cuisine, and the chain is now giving home chefs more ways to do just that with a series of “KFC arrangement” recipes. Let’s take a look at