KFC Original Recipe Chicken Livers (food)

2 – 4 lbs premium quality fresh chicken livers

Brine

4 c cold water
1 T fine sea salt
1 t Accent seasoning (recommended flavor enhancer)

Blend ingredients together. Marinate chicken livers at least 2 hours in refrigerator in blended Brine ingredients; cover; turn chicken livers periodically with tongs during marination.

Seasoned Flour

2 c pre-sifted all-purpose flour
1/2 c Bulk KFC Original Recipe Seasoning
peanut oil for frying, vegetable oil or pure vegetable shortening

Measure flour and Bulk KFC Original Recipe Seasoning into a large sealable container, such or a Ziploc bag. Shake container and mix well. Remove chicken from brine with tongs; rinse or soak chicken in very warm water. Place a few livers at a time into the seasoned flour mix container; seal container firmly; shake gently in all motions to thoroughly coat livers. Place breaded pieces on a wire rack when livers are evenly and generously breaded. Allow chicken livers to rest and absorb the breading for a few min before frying. Preheat the manufacturer’s recommended amount frying oil in your deep-fryer between to 315° F or preheat enough fat to immerse chicken completely in deep heavy stove top pot to 315° F (use a deep-fryer thermometer to gauge). Add breaded chicken livers to the elevated fry basket in deep-fryer without crowding; lower the basket slowly into the hot oil; turn livers only once midway, frying until golden brown and fully cooked, about 10 – 12 min. Drain on a wire rack over a paper towel-lined baking sheet; Transfer rack over a baking sheet and keep chicken livers warmed in a preheated 170° F oven until serving. Sserve and enjoy! Yield: 2 – 4 lbs fried chicken livers.

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