Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day with Wyn65 food truck

Jason Sawicki

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - National Fried Chicken Day is approaching on July 6, and there's no one better to celebrate with than Travis Serbus, owner of Wyn65.

Wyn65 is Lyn 65 Kitchen & Bar's food truck, best known for its fried chicken and southern-inspired side dishes.

When Serbus isn't on KARE 11 Saturday, his colorful Winnebago turned food truck makes stops around the metro area. For more information, visit the Wyn65 website.

Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich (serves 4)

Fried Chicken Breast:

4 boneless chicken breast
1 quart of corn oil
1 pint of buttermilk
8 cup of Semolina flour
1 large cast iron pan
salt

1. Heat oil up gently on medium high heat in a large cast iron pan to 350 degrees
     2.)  Season breast generously with salt
     3.)  Place the chicken into the flour and lightly coat
     4.)  Dip chicken into the buttermilk shake off excess and put back into the flour.
     5.) Rub flour onto breasts until evenly and thoroughly coated
     6.) Place the breasts in the pan making sure not to overcrowd, cook on one side for 4 minutes then turn over and finish on other side for 4 more minutes
     7.) Check for doneness with a thermometer; 165 in the center
     8.) Rest Chicken on paper towels for half the cook time

White BBQ Sauce:

2 cup of mayo
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp cayenne
1 tbsp black pepper
Salt

Combine all ingredient and taste for seasoning

Jalapeno Coleslaw:

2 quarts of shredded cabbage
1 cup of grated carrot
1 minced shallot
1 minced jalapeno
1 cup of white BBQ sauce
Salt
Combine all ingredients and taste for seasoning. Let macerate for at least 1 hour before serving

Assemble Sandwich:
1. Toast 4 Bvns with that have been buttered on the grill
2. Spoon White BBQ on both sides of the bun
3. Place coleslaw on the bottom bun and pickles on the top bun
4. Place fried chicken on the bottom half and place top bun onto the breast
 

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