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Peter Machinis Brings Home The Taste (and Heat) Of Nashville Hot Chicken

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Peter Machinis shares the secret of the unique flavor of Nashville hot chicken and how to make this food in your own home

NASHVILLE, TN / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2020 / The first bite of Nashville hot chicken for Peter Machinis was flavorful and SO spicy! This food is a famous dish created in Nashville, TN at Prince's Hot Chicken. The recipe is a closely guarded secret, but many other restaurants and chefs have recreated this dish to serve hungry customers. Foodie Peter Machinis shares a favorite recipe and the best way to serve this famous local food.

When you travel often it's best to ask the locals for the best food and restaurants to check out. Insider knowledge keeps a traveler like Peter Machinis away from tourist traps and introduces them to the best local foods. There's no food more famous in Nashville, TN than Nashville hot chicken.

When Peter Machinis first tried Nashville hot chicken, he knew he wanted to recreate the flavor of this spicy dish for his family and friends. He began researching the different ingredients and techniques that make up this dish so different.

The best Nashville hot chicken starts with the best fried chicken. Some of the oil used for frying the chicken is set aside. A ton of spices are added to this oil and then it's brushed on the fried chicken. The result is a crispy and very spicy piece of fried chicken. The chicken is so spicy that Peter Machinis normally serves it with cooling foods like coleslaw, white bread, pickles, and mac and cheese to offset the heat.

The best online recipe that Peter Machinis found is from Delish. This recipe uses ingredients of cayenne pepper, brown sugar, paprika, garlic powder, chili powder, and salt. There are 4 tablespoons of cayenne pepper! The amount can be adjusted depending on how spicy people prefer their food.

The most important step in making Nashville hot chicken is frying the chicken correctly. Heating the oil to 375 degrees and using a thermometer to check the oil temperature is very important. It took Peter Machinis a few tries to get the technique down for getting the perfect tender and crispy piece of meat. It's definitely not a step to rush or take shortcuts.

Making this dish at home can serve a crowd of people. One great tip from Peter Alexander Machinis is to fry all of the chicken first, then leave some pieces plain if your guests are not a fan of spicy food. This way everyone wins and gets to enjoy delicious food, spicy or not.

Having a large crowd? Ask people to bring a side dish. Peter Machinis loves to share food with family and close friends. Entertaining is even better when everyone who attends joins in to make preparation even easier.

If you can't travel to Nashville, TN anytime soon, definitely try Peter Machinis's favorite recipe for Nashville hot chicken. The crispy, tender, and spicy taste is memorable and very different from plain old fried chicken. Just make sure that you don't forget to serve delicious side dishes to help cool down the spicy taste.

Peter Machinis is a lover of fast cars, great food, and traveling. When he's not blogging about his favorite things, he might be found at one of the car shows he attends every year. He also explores new restaurants in the places he travels He loves trying out new recipes for his family and friends, his RedBone Coonhound always nearby the delicious smell in the air.


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SOURCE: Peter Machinis

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