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Coconut Fried Chicken

By Marcus Samuelsson | January 6, 2014

(Photo by Paul Brissman)
(Photo by Paul Brissman)

(Photo by Paul Brissman)

Last week on the season premiere of The Taste, my first pick for my team was Don Pullum. The Texas winemaker won me over with his deep-fried oyster with a Thai-based gastrique and jalapeño hot sauce. It was a big mouthful with a bold taste, and the flavors really just called out to me.

Don’s oysters reminded me of my recipe for Coconut Fried Chicken. This dish packs a punch, pulling inspiration from Thai cuisine with coconut milk, curry, and chilies. It’s one of my favorite things to serve at a party—you’ll find that people won’t be able to say no to a heaping plate of this flavorful fried chicken.

Ambessa Tea-Brined, Double Fried Chicken Recipe

By Ashley Beck | July 10, 2013

photo: armaburrito

As I was reading the July issue of Food & Wine I came across two well accomplished chefs in Nashville that are reinventing the way we look at Southern cooking or Soul Food. Over here we are all about reinventing traditions, making new with the old, or as Marcus would say, “Taking a step back, before we take a step forward”. Especially when it involves adding tea and spices to the mix.

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