Traditional Nashville hot chicken is fried, skin on, after it is breaded and spiced with cayenne, dry mustard, paprika and garlic. Then it is dressed with a paste of the spicy rub mixed with fat, usually lard. Serve on white bread to soak up the grease, with dill pickles.
Traditional Nashville hot chicken is fried, skin on, after it is breaded and spiced with cayenne, dry mustard, paprika and garlic. Then it is dressed with a paste of the spicy rub mixed with fat, usually lard. Serve on white bread to soak up the grease, with dill pickles. DANIELLE ATKINS
Traditional Nashville hot chicken is fried, skin on, after it is breaded and spiced with cayenne, dry mustard, paprika and garlic. Then it is dressed with a paste of the spicy rub mixed with fat, usually lard. Serve on white bread to soak up the grease, with dill pickles. DANIELLE ATKINS

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