KANSAS CITY — Contemporary takes on hen sandwiches are becoming a member of menus at quick-service restaurant areas.
Chester’s Hen is launching a reformulated model of its fried hen sandwich, which features a reformulated bun, hen and sauce. The fried hen is marinated and double-breaded, topped with Chester’s signature sauce and crinkle-cut dill pickles, all served on a Martin’s Well-known potato roll.
“In case you love fried hen sandwiches, put together to satisfy the brand new boss,” mentioned Scott Richard, director of culinary innovation, Chester’s Hen. “We’re continuously taking a look at methods to innovate and make our menu even higher. We made all the proper tweaks to excellent our new fried hen sandwich and the style is a knockout we all know visitors will crave.”
Burger King is testing a breakfast sandwich on menus within the Kansas Metropolis and Orlando-Daytona Seaside markets for a limited-time. The brand new providing is the smoky maple hen biscuit, which options breaded chicken hen, with a smoky maple glaze, served on a buttermilk biscuit. The sandwich will be a part of the menus alongside the common hen biscuit and the smoky maple hen crossan’wich.
Over at Jimmy John’s, wraps are becoming a member of menus as soon as once more, together with a brand new spicy wrap. Jimmy John’s is bringing again its hen Caesar wrap and its Thai hen wrap for summer season and including a jalapeño ranch hen wrap, which options hen, provolone cheese, jalapeño ranch, crispy jalapeños, and crimson pepper flakes all served in a flour wrap.
“At Jimmy John’s, we’re identified for our contemporary, made-to-order sandwiches and are continuously innovating to carry our prospects daring and surprising sandwich experiences,” mentioned Dustin Hilinski, director of culinary innovation at Jimmy John’s. “That’s why we’ve raised the bar this summer season by providing three scrumptious wraps, every with distinctive taste mixtures, together with the brand new jalapeño ranch hen wrap, excellent for many who crave a bit of kick in every chew.”
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