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This new series of “KFC arrangements” has been released by KFC Japan and we are in love. It is centered around its original chicken recipe for home chefs, and yes, it is inspired by the traditional cuisine of Japan.

Spanish garlic chicken and spicy chicken fried rice are well represented here. The recipes require all sorts of different, delicious combos that are sure to have you licking your lips.

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At KFC Japan, the classic KFC fried chicken that you know and love is still present but it comes with an awesome twist. This is a company that has always been known to infuse its menu with all sorts of local elements. If you are traveling abroad and you happen to come across a KFC, do not make the mistake of assuming that it will be just like the ones you have eaten at back home.

This fast-food chain is offering all sorts of cool instructions that will allow you to prepare many amazing dishes. Those who have never had okonomiyaki before (a Japanese savory pancake) are sure to love this. The same goes for those who would like to try out the sweet and sour chicken. Yes, the aforementioned ramen is on the list and you are going to love this fried chicken spin on the classic dish.

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You can also learn how to make chicken soup from scratch, which is an undeniable benefit. We have often wondered how it was done and now we get to learn. You start by boiling the bones from your fried chicken with water. You’ll also need to add kombu, green onion, and ginger and let the mixture sit for 30 minutes.

Anyone who would like to learn more about the elevated meals that you can create with some KFC fried chicken is more than welcome to visit the KFC Japan website.

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They have so many different recipes to offer, you will barely be able to believe your eyes. We have already been scrolling through them all, as there are so many to choose from!

Ramen lovers are sure to appreciate these recipes, as well as those who love a good old-fashioned chicken noodle soup. The possibilities are absolutely endless here, aren’t they?