The origins of the Hoosier State’s nickname are murky at best, which explains why pan-fried chicken is a Hoosier tradition that just simply is. Get a taste at Hollyhock Hill, an Indianapolis institution that’s been around since 1928. They’re beloved for their family-style Indiana chicken dinner, starring skillet-fried chicken that follows a 90-year-old recipe: a mix of light and dark meat chicken are dredged in a proprietary tri-flour mix and fried in lard to exceptionally crunchy-juicy results.
Specialty Dishes: Pan-Fried Chicken
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