How To Cook Jolly Fried Chicken | Fried Chicken Recipe



If I could at least re-make a close to similar taste of Jollibee’s Chickenjoy in my own kitchen, would I dare try? Heck, yeah! And so, I will. And so, I did.

Fried Chicken Recipe

Jollibee has long convinced me as a kid that its Langhap Sarap Chickenjoy Fried Chicken has got to be one of the best chicken recipes ever cooked in the whole wide world. I suppose many Filipinos would agree with me on that. The ‘I Love You Sabado’ commercials of the giant food chain may have played a big part in the brainwash… but, it worked (and for a long time, too!). In fact, it took years before I finally opened my options (and palate) to the chicken of McDonald’s and KFC. They do have their differences. But what’s never gonna’ change is how I will always reminisce the wonders of being a child having a Jolly Chickenjoy and a small service of cupped rice neatly packed in a styro-foam as I ate those mouth-watering chicken legs and breast with gusto, content and pride. Priceless!

Now that I’m all grown up though, it’s about time I make my own fried chicken. Inspired and guided with that memory of eating the juiciest, tastiest Jolly Fried Chicken, I share this recipe with you.

Ingredients:
-Chicken, 1kg, cut
-Salt, 1-2 tsp*
-Freshly ground black pepper, 1-2 tsp* 

*Adjust depending on your preference

Fried Chicken Recipe


Jollibee Fried Chicken Wannabe Coating:

-Rice flour, ½ cup
-Cornstarch, ½ cup
-Five spice powder, ½ tbsp
-Garlic powder, ½ tbsp
-Onion powder, ½ tbsp
-Salt, ½ tsp
-Cooking oil, for frying

Directions:
1. Season the chicken with salt and pepper.
2. Let the chucks sit for at least 10 minutes.
3. Mix all the ingredients for coating on a large bowl. Make sure to combine them evenly.
4. Start coating the chicken one by one. Make sure that all surface of the chicken is covered, including the inner portions under the skin.
5. Shake off excess powder mixture from the chicken.
6. Heat the oil for frying.
7. When ready, fry the chicken under medium heat.

In our case, we didn’t deep fry our chucks because it seems to be too excessive. Just make sure that at least half of chicken is covered by the oil.

8. Avoid overcrowding the pan with the chucks. Give them enough space to cook and breathe.
9. Drain as they cook.
10. Serve while hot.

Fried Chicken Recipe

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I'm Rizza, the accidental blogger. My cooking journey started with an awful adobo dish that even I couldn't eat. Now here I am with more than a hundred tasty and enjoyable recipes. I love sharing my cooking experience and recipes with you. I hope to inspire you with more tasty, quick and easy meals that I have cooked and been cooking for my family. Enjoy and do come back for more!

23 comments:

  1. Fried chicken is one of my favorite meals. I don't eat it too often, but I sure do love it.

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  2. That looks delicious! I haven't had fried chicken in years. I miss it! Might have to try this recipe!

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  3. Oh hello gorgeous. I am no good at fried chicken but I may have to attempt this version.

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  4. I wouldn't mind trying this recipe out. It looks great! My boyfriend would probably love those seasonings!

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  5. Mmmmmm!!!! I like the addition of rice flour! This looks awesome, and like something I would love to watch!

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    1. Rice flour brings a good crisp to this recipe. It's better than using just plain flour.

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  6. You make it sound so easy to cook this chicken recipe like a pro! I will follow your suggestions and try it ;-)

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  7. I bet it tastes as good at it looks! YUM! I would also love to give this recipe a try. Who doesn't love fried chicken, right?

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  8. Looks great! We love fried chicken. I am definitely going to give this a try!

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  9. Look delicious... Have to try your recipe sound easy an tasty!

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  10. I love copycat recipes. This looks so yummy. I can't wait to try this.

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  11. These look delicious! My boys love them when very crispy. We haven't had crispy friend chicken lately so I'm going to try this for dinner!

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  12. Oh my goodness! Juicylicious and crispilicious indeed! Love this.

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  13. I am not crazy about fried chicken but this recipe looks so yummy.

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  14. This fried chicken looks so good! I am going to make it soon!

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  15. I've never made fried chicken because I thought it was really hard to do. This looks doable...even for me :)

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  16. I use to buy prepared chicken breading but I guess I will have to try making my own. Thanks for sharing the recipe for this.

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  17. Looks as crispyliscious as chicken joy!

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  18. Looks so good, I just had chicken last night for supper.

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  19. We love chicken here at home so I will be trying your jolly fried chicken. I usually baked chicken to avoid oil but this sounds good.

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  20. That's some great sounding fried chicken. I know my crew would love it here.

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  21. I like this recipe. The rice flour was an unexpected ingredient. I'll have to try that.

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  22. We loved fried chicken. It tastes so good. My kids loved helping me make it. Great recipe!

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