Christine Han / Shake Shack

A Nashville-style hot chicken sandwich has arrived at Shake Shack.

Lines at the bank, movie theater, and dentist's office, we could do without. Lines at fast food sensation Shake Shack? Well, they somehow seem to amplify the joy of sinking our teeth into a juicy burger, or popping those first few salty fries into our mouths.

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Shake Shack’s riff on the Nashville specialty is officially called “Hot Chick’n,” and began its nationwide rollout on August 1st. It’s made with cage-free chicken and without any hormones or antibiotics. For the new sandwich, the chicken breasts will get “slow-cooked in a creamy buttermilk marinade” before dredging. After it reaches a crispy state of fried perfection, each bird gets a sprinkling of a guajillo and cayenne pepper blend. Next, it's blanketed in Louisiana hot sauce slaw and a layer of pickles. After all this TLC, the base gets cradled between two airy potato buns.

 Christine Han / Shake Shack

If there’s no Shake Shack nearby or —ahem— those legendary lines don’t elicit much joy after all, you can get the recipe in Shake Shack’s new cookbook, Shake Shack: Recipes and Stories on Amazon here. Warning: The 50 napkins you’ll need to wipe the smothered goodness off of your face after seems to be missing from the ingredients list.