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How would you do it? I'm thinking a hot chile powder rub and a 24 hour marinade in an off-the-shelf hot sauce supplemented with some powdered and diced chiles, say jalapeno and chipotle powder with maybe a diced habanero or two in there.

Then, you know, get out of the tub and go find some chicken.

No, really, any ideas? I'm not looking for pain but I want some pretty hot chicken. A 24 hr. marinade of 50% home-brewed beer and 50% Louisiana brand hot sauce didn't do the trick, though it didn't suck either. Maybe halfway to the desired heat level.

I'm talking thighs here instead of wings BTW.

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How would you do it? I'm thinking a hot chile powder rub and a 24 hour marinade in an off-the-shelf hot sauce supplemented with some powdered and diced chiles, say jalapeno and chipotle powder with maybe a diced habanero or two in there.

Then, you know, get out of the tub and go find some chicken.

No, really, any ideas? I'm not looking for pain but I want some pretty hot chicken. A 24 hr. marinade of 50% home-brewed beer and 50% Louisiana brand hot sauce didn't do the trick, though it didn't suck either. Maybe halfway to the desired heat level.

I'm talking thighs here instead of wings BTW.

Your best bet is probably just to get into your car and drive to Nashville.

http://menuinprogress.com/2008/07/princes-hot-chicken.html

http://www.hollyeats.com/PrincesHotChicken.htm

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Your best bet is probably just to get into your car and drive to Nashville.

http://menuinprogress.com/2008/07/princes-hot-chicken.html

http://www.hollyeats.com/PrincesHotChicken.htm

Based on those two websites, it looks like it's skillet fried, using pepper-laced batter (for the "mild"), and then some kind of gravy-like hot sauce is poured on top if you order it spicier.

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How would you do it? I'm thinking a hot chile powder rub and a 24 hour marinade in an off-the-shelf hot sauce supplemented with some powdered and diced chiles, say jalapeno and chipotle powder with maybe a diced habanero or two in there.

Then, you know, get out of the tub and go find some chicken.

No, really, any ideas? I'm not looking for pain but I want some pretty hot chicken. A 24 hr. marinade of 50% home-brewed beer and 50% Louisiana brand hot sauce didn't do the trick, though it didn't suck either. Maybe halfway to the desired heat level.

I'm talking thighs here instead of wings BTW.

Have you tried Bon Chon chicken? I think you are going to like it.

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