2019 Project 365, Day 129: KFC Chaco

Photo #129: May 9

Difficult to take its picture, but easy to eat.ย ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚ย This latest product from KFC’s pretty good! No taco shells, no problem! It has cheese, salsa, mayo, lettuce, and corn.ย ๐Ÿ—๐ŸŒฎย #Chaco



2019 Project 365, Day 10: KFC Cracklings

Photo #10: January 10

In case you haven’t heard yet, KFC now offers “cracklings,” a.k.a. chicken skin! They come in regular, large, and extra large serving sizes. Each piece is crunchy and flavorful (original recipe), but KFC only provides gravy, not spicy vinegar, which is the best partner, IMO. Will I order it again? Sure, but overall, nothing beats the street-style fried chicken skin, which you can get at a much cheaper price.ย 



2017 Project 365, Day 152: KFC Salted Egg Fried Chicken

Photo #152: June 1

Presenting, KFC’s latest offering: the (pretentious) salted egg fried chicken. Hmmmm, so it tastes okay, like original recipe on the outside, spicy inside. However, I didn’t taste the salted egg aspect, or it was just quite subtle. This one is like Mcdo’s buffalo chicken, but with less salt and spiciness. It’s good, but it’s something I won’t be ordering again anytime soon. I’d rather order the sisig rice bowl. ๐Ÿ˜€



2016 Project 365, Day 65: KFC Jamaican Curry Rice Bowl

Photo #65: March 5

Saw KFC‘s sponsored post about their latest rice bowl variant: Jamaican curry! It’s actually decent tasting, and I like it more than the Texas BBQ or Korean something bowls, but my favorite is still the ala king. The potatoes don’t taste like potatoes, though; they seemed like radish.