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I came up with this when it was too cold for me to leave the house and go to the supermarket. I just used what I had in the house. It was so tasty my husband kept talking about it at work and I had to give the recipe to many of his co workers. The spice level can be adjusted to ones taste. So can the sweetness. Leave out the coconut flakes if you want it less sweet.
mix hot sauce with buttermilk
salt and pepper chicken
dredge in buttermilk mixture and flour
cook in olive oil until golder brown
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