The guy in the picture at the top actually looks like a HOT CHICKEN... LOL just sayin!
Ok it is Slap ya Mamma...
The paste is two tablespoons of lard and one tablespoon of slap ya mamma hot.
I Presoak the chicken in buttermilk,pickle juice and...slap ya mamma
then roll it in flour and fry. When done apply the paste and serve with pickles and bread.
Watch Man Vs Food Nation Nashville and you will see the process but not the recipe.
The paste can also be put on chicken strips purchased from any store.....the paste is the trick!
I have not tried it yet, but the white pepper slap ya mamma is advertised as less salty on their site.
I just think its too suspicious that the only store I could find that had it anywhere near here was a stones throw from Prince's. A friend of mine from Fla. on FaceBook "liked" Slap ya Mamma and I clicked on the link. I have tried the slap ya Mamma chicken in Murfreesboro and it was really close and I wondered if thats where they got the name of their chicken. I dont know if thats the case or not.While on Slapyamamma.com I researched stores who sold it....and voila a big AH HA moment! I bought the hot and the regular and use it on fries or chicken breasts or even tenders and its the taste for sure. I feel as if I am closer than I have ever been on my now ten year exp eriment. I think the next batch will be the one! I didnt do the paste right last time...but still it was the closest thing I've had to Prince's , even more than any of all the hot Chicken places I have visited.
The experiment before this was buffalo wing sauce.
First I narrowed it down to Franks after trying every buffalo wing sauce and hot sauce out there.....but still it wasn't right......Then I added butter.....gettin' there.....later I learned to add apple cider vinegar as well,another ah ha moment! Finally perfection!
This has been fun and it's cool to see I'm not the only one who experiments!
You have to find the right Slap ya Mamma seasoning! There are several. Some are saltier than others.....I found that too but you must shake it well to blend it. I am without a doubt convinced this is the secret. Its all about the paste Chris, The paste goes on after frying. The paste consists of one part lard to three parts pepper mix (cayenne and slap ya mamma) Microwave the paste and brush it on or use latex gloves and put it on the chicken breast. thats where you get the red on the bread from!
I did some detective work.... Peculiar but there is a seasoning that is only sold at HG Hills and only at the HG Hills next to prince's !(well you can order it online too) I bought it and tried it......after years of trying to bust the recipe.....I found their secret! Without a doubt its exactly the same thing they use! Thats all the secret I'm giving....but if I can figure it out you can too!
Hint the chicken shack in Murf. has chicken with a name on the menu thats very close to this seasonings name. Good luck
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