Nashville Hot Chicken - How to Make Crispy Nashville-Style Fried Chicken
Nashville Hot Chicken How to Make Crispy Nashville Style Fried Chicken

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Learn how to make a Nashville Hot Chicken! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2016/07/nashville-hot-chicken-yes-cayenne.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this easy Nashville Hot Chicken recipe!

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Food Wishes : To the people asking... there is no possible way to make this by baking it. Don't even attempt.

10,000 Rambos : One of these days, I'll make one of your recipes, instead of eating Wendy's while watching you cook.

whh2000 : Two best things in cooking, fats and spices

MetaGrave : "The food gods hate a coward." ...My cooking failures have all been explained... >.<;;

Brutally Honest Canuckistani : Dammit.... Midnight again when he posts these. Another night of going to bed drooling.

Keith Howell : I want this chicken in the coffin with me when I die.

gildrop : i would so use waffles instead of bread

Shlomi Helfgot : You have used butter and lard together. It was in the Cornish Pasty video, with a memorable quote to the effect of "And for those of you who think that lard is unhealthy, don't worry! We'll also add butter!"

Past Life Pro : Teh food gods hate a coward. hahahhaa

Withdrawn4peace : U make everything so perfect, a true chef with skill. I feel honored to learn ur techniques and browse recipes when I have ppl over for dinner. Ur my go-to

Vt3c1 : Chef John: please do a chicken fried steak video!

Kimberly R : Now my stomach is making the same sound as the fork scraping the chicken πŸ˜” must wait till tomorrow!

Jessica Villalba : Chef John doing ASMR with crispy chicken 8:12

Cristian Messina : >Two spoons of cayenne It finally happened. What a time to be alive.

OldManCooking : Chef John... Your Nashville Hot Chicken looks Out of this world... Yum Thanks :)

SpaghettiVEVO : Is a food boner a thing because i just popped one watching this.

Kherissa Burnett : Chef John please notice me

jiniya azad : "first we make it wet, then we make it dry..." LOLLLL

YuutoHiroshige : My 400th time i cooked from learning your recipes, omg time sure does fly. Delicious as always ^_^

khansgirl1 : Thumbs up for Louisiana hot sauce

OuterStratus : I've got the chicken marinating right now, and this WILL be on my plate for dinner. Edit: So I made this for dinner using chicken tenders, and I did have to change a few things. Since my tenders were cut thin, I had to crank the heat to high so the coating browned properly. I also doubled, maybe tripled, the spice mix so the oil would be more flavorful rather than just hot and red. And by the end of the third batch I was tired of the Flour-Dip-Flour process, so I mixed the marinade into the flour and made a batter. The battered chicken was even better than the Flour-Dip-Flour chicken.

Robert's Art Studio : Replace that white bread with a hunk of corn bread and it is on.

mobonce : Chef John, Chef John!! You are amazing! I've heard of the southern restaurant which sells this divinely cooked bird. Thanks so very much for the recipe!

Himanshu Dhamija : Thanks for the "wet hand dry hand" trick, I am novice so always had to deal with gunky fingers.

Jeff Ward : gonna dream of red crispy chicken now, g'night

KiesKo Enterprises : John, I hope you know that it's midnight, and I'm here dreaming about homemade spicy chicken while eating white bread dipped in pizza sauce.

ravager48 : 7:19 Once chicken, twice fried.

HotCheetoh : some things are just meant to be fried and covered in fat .. this is one of them... I am pregnant and drooling lmao

patchyxx : When you said "speaking of sweet" I was expecting a jump cut to your wife!

Zengarang Piano : mmmm so much cayenne goodness πŸŒΆπŸŒΆπŸŒΆπŸ—πŸ—πŸ—πŸž

Will R : Those 3 sweet pickles don't stand a chance against that cayenne!

Scott Worthington : That will make your tongue so happy it will beat your brains out. Looks incredible, Chef.

slavik626 : Oh yea baby! Princes Chicken recipe. The greatest.

Audit R Servants : Thank you soooo much for this recipe!! You always make the most amazing recipes and your dishes are usually really simple to make. I love to cook so this channel is very informative, useful and helpful! One of my favorites for sure. Keep 'em coming! Lovin' it! Lots of love from San Antonio TX

yanney : hey john, ive been wondering for a while where you got those knives. theyre awesome.

karen henry : I know that's Crystal hot sauce and you're right, it's the best!

circuscase : Is this dish heart healthy?

Nicole Davis : Omg! Thanks for sharing. You made this look simple and easy. Now I can make my own.

nunya bizniz : YASSS Louisiana hot sauce! Go AWF, chef John!

Howie Benatovitch : FRESHly ground black pepper.

AnagramForCraig : I'm not Crystal clear on which hot sauce you used...

asdfrozen : To anyone who has an issue with lard: Hot wings are dunked in a sauce made from hot sauce and butter, and butter has more saturated fat per gram than lard. So think of this as a different type of hot wing sauce.

DDT701 : Chef, blink twice if the alternative Louisiana hot sauce is Crystal.

Nocturne22 : Referencing the silly debate comments from the table salt/kosher salt video. I see Chef John also serves SHADE.

GothikQueen : *_"First we make it wet, then we make it dry, then we make it wet, then we make it dry."_* ( Ν‘Β° ΝœΚ– Ν‘Β°)... Oh Chef John, I never get tired of watching your videos XD

Waris Shah Baba : How many people actually try to make these recipes?

Meredith Whitfield : Couple of Tennesseans here! Not a bad job, Chef, though the brush IS kinda hilarious.

cmiller8492 : PERFECT TIMING!

Pacster17 : Tomorrow night, when I'm out with my buddies drinking, I'm going to shout "Let's get larded" and hope for the best