FRIED chicken lovers can see how their favourite dishes are made during an open kitchen event at KFC.

Two Bradford branches are among 300 restaurants in the UK and Ireland letting customers get an exclusive look behind the scenes, on Saturday, March 30.

Customers will get the chance to see how the famous Original Recipe chicken is made at the city's Thornbury and Broadway branches. 


They will also be able to have a go at hand-breading and frying the chicken themselves, and building a burger.

Including in the £5 ticket price is a burger, a piece of chicken, fries, a side and a drink.

You also get a KFC apron and hat to take home - and maybe even some elusive 'chicken cheques'.

Profits from the tickets go to the KFC Foundation, which supports local charities that provide young people with employment prospects and safe spaces to socialise.

In 2017, KFC opened up 100 of their restaurants and due to popular demand, they will be opening up three times as many this time around.

Other restaurants taking part locally include Leeds Coal Road branch, the White Rose Centre branch and the Halifax branch.

Rob Swain, Chief Operations Officer at KFC UK & Ireland, said: “We’re really proud of the food we serve, and of all the care that goes into making our chicken taste as incredible as it does.

"We want to welcome everyone in to give them the chance to see what makes it so finger lickin’ good, and invite them to try keeping pace with our amazing team members. We can’t wait to show the nation how it’s done.”

Tickets are available from See Tickets.