Nashville Hot Chicken Made Easy with Tyson Foods

Deliciously authentic spicy foods can be hard to come by at restaurants. Spicy foods are typically more difficult to craft consistently and efficiently.

Nevertheless, hot chicken is trending, and has become a particular menu favorite for consumers and operators alike. According to Foodable Labs, there has been a 39.6% overall increase in hot chicken menu options. And about 61.5% of Instagram food influencers consistently engage with posts relating to hot chicken.

To meet the needs of this growing market, Tyson Foods has created its own hot chicken recipe: a powerful, economical, and highly efficient Nashville-style hot chicken. Cayenne pepper and chili powder are its two key ingredients, and every bite is filled with that authentic smoky taste.

Developed by a chef, the recipe can be used for three different cuts: hot boneless wings, hot breast filets, and hot thigh filets. And the recipe requires only two steps: heat the cooked chicken and Tyson’s signature sauce, and then simply toss the chicken with the sauce! To heat the sauce, run it under hot water or place it in a hot bath.

Tyson has found that the recipe allows operators to prepare dishes more quickly and keep every order consistent. Taste and authenticity are not compromised, and operators can invest that extra time in more pressing prep tasks. And that makes for less food waste on the side of the operator, and a longer-lasting flavor for the consumer.

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Darisha Beresford

Darisha Beresford

Production Manager / Sr. Producer

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