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KFC Bucket of fried chicken cake? Lost on the chicken

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So my niece turned 16 today and her party is on Saturday. They waited until today to figure out exactly what they want (no biggie, I have time, just not much planning). I can do the bucket portion no problem, but I am at a loss on how to make realistic looking fried chicken. I can do cake balls, RKT, whatever I need to do, but How do I get the texture and color on the outside of the chicken pieces? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks cakers!
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Once you have the chicken pieces shaped and covered, you could paint them with extract and roll them in very finely ground graham crumbs.

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deborahanne

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post #3 of 5
Check youtube Betty's Kitchen Fried Chicken ... Crumb Boss
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Thanks for the suggestions! I can't believe I didn't think of either one of those, heh.
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Here's a link to fried chicken cookies that have a very realistic coating using corn flakes: http://bakeat350.blogspot.com/2011/06/desserts-for-dudes-fried-chicken.html
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