KFC Waffle House Hash Brown Double Down Taste Test | FUTURE FAST FOOD

KFC Waffle House Hash Brown Double Down Taste Test | FUTURE FAST FOOD


– In July 1940, Harland Sanders created Kentucky Fried Chicken’s signature blend of 11 herbs and spices. But the past is past and
the future is future? Whatever. Let’s see what crazy menu
item KFC has in store next. This is Future Fast Food. (upbeat music) Future Fast Food entry number 4,866. In my quest to predict
and make every viral fast food item of the future, today I find myself pulling
on the greasy door handle of Kentucky Fried Chicken. By 2035, 90% of all fast food will be controlled by
McDonalds, Starbucks, and the American Chipotle Panera Sandwich Burrito Coalition of America. So, how can a humble fried chicken chain from Kentucky stay competitive? No, Glorp Glorp, I have the answer: they must secure fast food alliances. Colonel Sanders, noted
military strategist, has already begun the
process of KFC Pizza Huts, KFC Taco Bells, and KFC A&W’s. They even rolled out a KFC
Cinnabon Dessert Biscuit which makes no sense at all. So, what next? Months ago, chicken and waffles appeared on the KFC menu for the first time ever. If we’re talking waffles, what better ally than a fellow Southern
chain whose defenses are so formidable that they stay open even during hurricanes? I’m talking about Waffle House. Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Future Fast Food is the Waffle House Hashbrown Double Down. They just don’t know it yet. (whoosh) We’re starting off by
making our breakfast sausage white gravy and Bert’s chili which is a Waffle House copycat recipe. So we’re gonna take our meat and put that into our stock. This is like an old
diner style chili trick where you don’t brown the meat, you actually whisk it
directly into the liquid and it just creates this
beautiful slop mixture. The thing with chili, people
overthink it all the time. Like, it’s meat slop. You put it on top of hot dogs. Like why are you trying to
make it all artisanal good? Now we’re gonna get our onions in this delicious slop party, and then we got cinnamon, salt, chili powder, garlic, and oregano. And now we’re just gonna whisk that up until the meat starts
to cook and break up. While that’s starting
to cook, we can go ahead and play with our sausage gravy. So throw a little bit
extra butter in there. If you’re working in a diner, man, like you got people,
especially at Waffle House, you got hungry people, most
of them are probably drunk. It’s probably three in the morning because it’s the only place that’s open. You gotta be able to cook with both hands. You gotta keep ’em happy. There we go. You can see all the meat is
just completely broken up. So now with the chili, you’re gonna add a can of pinto beans with all the liquid and then you’re gonna
throw in your tomatoes, and then this is the secret
to all diner style chili: you gotta put more ketchup than you think you’re comfortable with into the pot. That’s gonna add some sweetness, and it’s gonna make it
all taste like ketchup. Stir that up, and you’re
just gonna let this come to a boil for about 15
minutes until it reduces down. You get all the beef fat kind
of incorporated in there. Now with our gravy, once
the butter is melted, and your sausage is
broken up a little bit, you can go ahead and add flour. This is called building a roux. You gonna let the flour
really cook into the fat, and that’s gonna be the base
to thicken up the gravy. A lot of people ask me,
Josh, is the KFC Bowl changed since becoming famous? No, actually, the KFC
Famous Bowl is a complete salt of the earth food of the people. And by that I mean it has more salt than literally anything
on the face of the earth. I think all food should be in bowls. I just want a slop bowl
that I can just go (slurp). That’s my dream. All right this is starting to thicken up. So go ahead and add ground sage. It’s gonna give you a little punch of that breakfast sausage flavor. Little bit of maple syrup for sweetness. And then lots of black pepper. Just gotta double fist here. Let these keep cooking
for a couple of minutes. Then those are all done. We’re taking the two best
items of Waffle House: the waffles and their hashbrowns. So we’re gonna grate the potatoes directly into a towel on a box grater, and you want to grate a little bit of your hand flesh in there. That’s actually how you season them! With blood! People are like, “Josh, why don’t you “wear gloves in these videos?” I was like, do you look at everyone that’s making your food? Do you know what the guy
at Waffle House is doing? No. Best not ask questions. And now you gotta wrap
up your grated potatoes in a towel and then you’re
just gonna squeeze them over a bowl, or you can
squeeze them into a shot glass and then you can develop
a new juicing trend of just drinking raw potato juice because a dead guy told you
through the spirit realm that it’s healthy! That’s actually how the
celery juice thing started. Look it up. It’s really upsetting. Now you gotta open up your waffle maker, get it nice and hot. Spray it down with some non-stick. Then you’re gonna take a big
ole handful of these potatoes. Get it right there. And then snap it down, close the door. Now we gotta get our chicken. So this is a KFC copycat recipe. What we’re doing is I soaked it in a brine of water, salt, and MSG. A lot of people think the and 11 herbs and spices add flavor. Like, it’s mostly MSG, that’s
the main thing you’re tasting. So now we’re gonna pat out the
chicken breast a little bit. This is gonna be the
base of our double down. (beating) A lot of people ask: is
a double down a sandwich? Yes. That’s all I got. It is. It just is. There’s two things and
it’s a thing inside. It’s a sand, come on,
like don’t be that guy. Now we have to add our 11
secret herbs and spices. No one knows exactly what they are and I’m not gonna pretend
like I’m any different. What I do know is that it’s
the number that matters. As long as you have 11
different things in there, plus a lot of MSG and
salt, you’re totally fine. It’s gonna be super delicious. So we got salt and pepper, garlic powder, there’s that MSG, sage, and all spice, little bit of brown pepper, brown sugar for sweetness. And we got a little bit of chili powder, marjoram, basil, oregano, onion powder, and then like who knows what that was? But, point is, you got 11 things in there. People worry about the
small stuff in cooking. All the little specifics. Like it’s not that 10th
out of 11th herb and spice that you taste, as long
as you have enough salt, and fat in something,
it’s gonna taste good. We got our chicken. Drop that into the seasoned flour. Then this goes straight into egg whites which is what KFC uses as all protein, no fat, so you’re not gonna get a lot of excess moisture on there. Back into the flour. And you really want to
pound the flour in there. And then right into
the fryer at about 325. So there was a rumor going around a while ago that KFC used mutant chickens that had eight legs and two beaks, not true, they had two
beaks and zero legs. We need to see what the time is to actually make this
inside the restaurant. But everyone who’s been to Waffle House knows that you can get your
hashbrown one of many ways. So KFC is gonna have to implement a system where they can take orders and fry things. So, what we’re gonna do is
called All In At Waffle House. That means scattered,
covered, smothered, chunked, diced, peppered, and country. This is the all in. Start the clock! (funky music) Gotta get the hand chunks. Mushrooms. Jalapenos. You gotta get the hashbrown
on top of the chicken. Cheese goes directly on the hashbrown. Only the finest half melted from absolute just steam inside the kitchen. Right on top. Give this a chop. (chopping) (loudly dropping) We’re down to one. That’s fine. Get all that going. Gotta get a scoop of chili. Chili’s gonna go right on top. Then the gravy. Almost there, almost there. Oh, the fumes of the jalapeno! Oh, they get ya, the future eleven. A filter in their lungs
that kind of hurts. (funky music) Time! – [Man] A minute 45. – A minute 45! When’s the last time you went to the diner and got your food in
less than two minutes? This has ease, functionality, and deliciousness written all over it. This is the future. Listen up, KFC. To get the word out
about this new revelation of an item, you’re gonna need to spotlight the one key ingredient: that’s the gravy. Which is why you’re going to unveil the Kentucky Fried Gravy Train. An actual train pulling
cars filled with gravy. A train quite like this. After the gravy train is revealed, we’ll announce a huge
nationwide sweepstakes known as the Kentucky
Fried Chicken Waffle House Gravy Train Fantastic Opportunity, Or the KFCWH GTFO. Here’s how it works: whichever city in America
buys the most Hashbrown Double Downs in the first month that the sandwich is
released, we’ll get a visit from the gravy train driven
by the Colonel himself. Or whichever actor is portraying
the Colonel at the time which is probably gonna be
Kevin James III at that point. So be on the lookout for
a gravy train like this. Glorp Glorp! Anyways. The future of KFC is the KFC Waffle House
Hashbrown Double Down. That’s 36 thousand Kevin James’ units which is the currency
that the world will run on by the time this Double Down is released. Glorp Glorp, put down that gravy train and come get Pop and his num nums. – Err err. – Sweat it, slowly now. Hashbrown first. Thank you. You get all the flavors, both
KFC and Waffle House in there. This is a perfect marriage
of two fast food juggernauts. Two story franchises that
are going to absolutely take the world by storm. This is the future of fast food. Thank you. This is nice, thank you, Glorp Glorp. That will be enough. Let’s make this Future Fast Food reality. Click the Twitter link
in the description below to let KFC know that you want to make the Hashbrown Double Down happen with the hashtag: #FutureFastFood. Is that a hashbrown hashtag? It is. Come back next week for another
episode of Future Fast Food and as they say in the future, ee-ee.

100 thoughts on “KFC Waffle House Hash Brown Double Down Taste Test | FUTURE FAST FOOD

  1. Seeing this makes me want to see them do twists to classic snalc foods. Like maybe peanut butter star crunch, pb&j twinkies, and so. Please make this happen!

  2. Glorp Glorps are born in Area 51. The reason he's so…touchy feely is because he hasn't any human interaction in years!

  3. What I want to see is Josh go up against Bobby Flay on the beat Bobby Flay show. Rhett and Link as the hosts. Would be hilarious and I bet Josh could take him down!! Make Bobby cook with gross ingredients haha!!

  4. Is Rhett and Link in York at the moment?! I'm sure I just saw Rhett but my partner reckons I must have mistaken somebody else for him…

  5. Thats no where near what berts chili is. There is no ketchup. Its actually great when its done right. But what do i know im just a asst manager from waffle house

  6. Honestly Josh, this made me want to go try a double-down. I have to ask, how did you do the whole opening portion and mention all the fast food chains & talk about the future of fried chicken without mentioning Chick-Fil-A? They’re on their way to the top and one day may control all of the chicken into all fast food restaurants!

  7. I love how honest and serious Josh is about everything he talks (which is COMPLETE BS😂😂) without breaking a inch of character.

  8. “the all in” is not a thing lol. it’s “all the way” scattered, smothered, covered, chunked, diced, peppered, capped, topped and country.

    and now you’ve got me wanting to put hashbrowns in the waffle iron next time i go into work lmao

  9. I really wanna knwo who Glorp glorp is, I just love him =D also I really want a KFC Double Down now, liek who need bread no me just give me chiken

  10. Yes waffle house is my favorite restaurant because waffles are my favorite, my grandpa is a surgeon and in Alabama or somewhere near there btw Alabama in in Georgia which is in North America there was a stabbing, still my favorite restaurant

  11. Even though this is a great product, that is NOT an accurate WH Chili copycat recipe. No cinnamon or tomatoes , LOTS more onions, and sausage in the chili.

  12. You way overdid that waffle house portion, true waffle house gravy and chili is made with a powder packet 😂

  13. It’s so big you can’t really bite all the flavors at once. It would make a better dish with each item separate than a stacked up sandwich.

  14. Josh is a time traveler. How else does he know about the future; also, he has obviously raided Area 51 already as he has an alien.

  15. can Wendy's burger be a cube in the future instead of a square? with a cube bun and a cube tomato slice and a cube pickle and onion like the borg. squares are so last week this is the future when you read this

  16. Well Josh, I live in Corbin Kentucky which you probably already know is the home of the first KFC oh, so I'm going to go and request this item hopefully they can make it

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *