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Watch: Frying Up Crispy Chicken and Biscuits at The Dutch

This episode of Deconstructed travels from chicken delivery to a fully loaded plate

Few dishes are as indulgently satisfying as a crispy, juicy plate of fried chicken, and in New York City, it’s hard to find a better plate than the one on the menu at The Dutch. Perfectly spiced and served alongside sweet honey biscuits and a scoop of slaw, it’s as ideal a brunch-time meal as it is a late night snack — good thing it’s available all day long.

One of the many New York restaurants fronted by chef Andrew Carmellini (in the company of Locanda Verde and Joe’s Pub), The Dutch is known for taking simple American food to the next level. On this episode of Deconstructed, take a behind-the-scenes look at how their signature fried chicken platter comes together, from the meat delivery each morning to the finishing touches of spicy seasoning, sweet honey, and cooling slaw.

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The Dutch

131 Sullivan Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 Visit Website

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