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KFC's Famous Bowl inspired recipe

I loved mashed potatoes and this recipe was inspired by KFC's Famous Bowl. My mashpo recipe and gravy recipe where all from my husband's, he learned it when he was working in Qatar Applebee's, we just adjust it to our desired taste and preference. I hope you'll try and like it as well. So here you go;


For the mashpo:
Potatoescrushed finely chopped garlic buttersaltmilkbuttered cornFor the gravy:
Beef cubesbutterflourmilkwaterground pepper
For the chicken pops: Chicken breast (sliced into small cubes)saltpeppercumin powdercayenne peppereggflourbreadcrumbsOil
Cooking Instructions for the MASHED-POTATOES Peeled the potatoes, cut into cubes; tossed in with salt.Add some water in the pot, add in the potatoes and cook for 15 mins or until potatoes are done.Mashed the potatoes. (set aside)In a small pan (low heat), add in some butter then the finely chopped garlic, saute for a minute or two, then add in the milk. Add your buttered garlic milk to your mashed potatoes and m…
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