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What are the best fast foods people are making in lockdown?

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed everything for everyone. People who rarely got the chance to enjoy personal time are forced to work from home. While the pandemic has had disastrous effects on society as a whole, still many individuals benefited greatly from it.

According to recent research, the work from the home environment provided many people with the opportunity to rediscover themselves. A lot of individuals found new hobbies for themselves, such as gardening or cooking. The September survey conducted online reported that 60% of individuals cooked for the first time in their life during the pandemic. To get the latest Update about KFC fast food menu prices UK you can visit.

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Best fast foods people are Making:

Here are a few fast foods that people are making during the lockdown:

  1. Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches:

Chick-Fil-A is the staple food for every American. Their wide variety of sandwiches and fast foods provide a taste for everyone. However, the lockdown forced everyone to remain at home for quite a while. Therefore, many people started to copycat recipes from their favourite restaurants at home.

Ingredients:

Kosher salt, Sugar, 1 teaspoon powdered MSG (optional), 1 cup milk, 2 large eggs, 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, 2 quarts peanut oil,  2 teaspoons paprika, 2 tablespoons black pepper, 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 2 tablespoons powdered non-fat milk, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 4 soft butter-toasted hamburger buns, 2 large boneless skinless chicken breasts, split horizontally into 4 cutlets, 8 dill pickle chips

  1. Swedish meatballs:

The Swedish meatballs are the most popular fast food recipe online during the lockdown. In fact, the dish became trending on many social media websites such as Twitter and Instagram. The challenge was to create the perfect Swedish meatballs at home using the available recipe. People from all across the world attempted the challenge and cooked these yummy and juicy meatballs. No wonder why my timeline was always packed with mouthwatering foodography.

Ingredients:

1 tbsp olive oil, 1 onion, finely chopped, 100g/3½oz breadcrumbs,     600g/1lb 5oz minced wild boar or pork, 50ml/2fl oz milk or single cream, 4 finely chopped anchovy fillets, ¼ tsp nutmeg, 1 finely chopped garlic clove, 1 free-range egg, ½ tsp allspice, salt and freshly ground pepper.

  1. Tonkatsu or Chicken Katsu:

Katsu is the Japanese people’s favourite staple food, just like pizza is the American food’s heart. If you have ever been to Japan, you may have noticed Katsu sellers in every corner. Whether you are shopping tirelessly in a mall or simply sight-seeing the fuji mountains, Katsu will be available everywhere. However, with the ban on international travel, katsu’s availability is challenging for its lovers. Therefore, many people are constantly attempting to replicate the exact taste of Japanese katsu at home. Surprisingly enough, some people replicated the taste and modified the recipe according to their liking.

Ingredients:

2 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (8oz) or 4 boneless pork sirloin cutlets, 4 to 5 ounces each, 1 cup all-purpose flour (about 5 ounces), 3 large eggs (thoroughly beaten), 1 1/2 cups Japanese-style panko bread crumbs, Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, oil for frying

Serving:

Finely shredded green cabbage, Lemon wedges, Sunomono (Japanese-style pickles), Steamed white rice, tonkatsu sauce

  1. Pizza:

Of course, how can we forget about the most beloved fast-food in the whole world? According to a study, 1 out of 5 people carves for pizza each day. However, the lockdown situation restricted pizza delivery in many parts of the world. Therefore, people started making pizza at home and sharing their foodography online.

Conclusion:

Cooking is one of the most trendy hobbies among people during the lockdown. Many people tried to make new dishes or replicate their favourite fast-food restaurants. This article enlists the most popular homemade fast-foods during the lockdown.

usanewshome Team

22 yr old VP Quality Control Murry Ruddiman, hailing from Sheet Harbour enjoys watching movies like Topsy-Turvy and Yoga. Took a trip to La Grand-Place and drives a Bugatti Royale Berline de Voyager.
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