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Put a savory spin on Halloween with devilishly hot fried chicken

Chef Ryan Scott is joining TODAY Food to share three great recipes for a devilishly delicious Halloween meal.

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Make Ryan Scott's hot chicken, ghost berries for a Halloween feast

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Make Ryan Scott's hot chicken, ghost berries for a Halloween feast

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He shows us how to make fiery fried chicken, ghostly light biscuits and spooky chocolate dipped strawberries with creepy candy eyes.

Nashville Hot Chicken
Ryan Scott's Nashville Fried Chicken, Biscuits, Spooky Halloween Ghost Berries
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The only thing I can think of that makes fried chicken even better is a super spicy coating. The spices add heat, but also a ton of flavor.

Quick Biscuits
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The best biscuits are light, fluffy and flaky, and these definitely fit the bill. They're also quick to make and great for soaking up gravy and serving with fried chicken.

Spooky Halloween Ghost Berries
Ryan Scott's Ghost Berries
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These ghostly berries are fun to make with kids for an easy Halloween treat. They'll never realize they're being tricked into eating fruit on a candy-filled holiday.

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