Chick-Fil-A All Set To Test Two New Spicy Delicacies In The US

According to reports by the Southern Living, Chick-Fil-A is all set to test two new spicy dishes on its menu. The spicy treats will be available in certain stores in Texas and Florida. After bringing back its original barbecue sauce last year, the food chain is all set to introduce some spice in their menu.

Spicy Entrants To Chick-Fil-A Menu

A press release by the food chain says that it now wants to respond to its customers’ demands for “more bold, spicy flavors, Chick-Fil-A is testing two new spicy entrees – Spicy Chick-n-Strips and a Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich – in select markets for a limited time.”

The participating restaurants in South and Central can expect to try the new the Spicy Chick-n-Strips and for those in Florida, St. Louis, Missouri, and Knoxville, Tennessee, and Orlando there’s the new Grilled Spicy Deluxe Chicken Sandwich.

The New Flavours

Chick-Fil-A All Set To Test Two New Spicy Delicacies In The US

According to the Southern Living, the Spicy Chick-n-Strips would be a combination of Spicy Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich and the original Chick-n-Strips whereas the Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich would be spicier as well as a healthier alternative. The sandwich will have chicken marinated in spicy seasonings which will then be grilled and topped with Colby-jack cheese, lettuce, and tomato. The bread will be a toasted multigrain brioche and the sandwich will be coated with Chick-Fil-A’s new Cilantro Lime Sauce.

“We are excited to hear what customers think about our new spicy additions during the test,” said Kanika Patrick, manager of menu development at Chick-Fil-A to Southern Living. She also added that these new entrants will be made available by early 2018 in all of the test markets. “Once both tests conclude early next year, we will evaluate feedback from both our customers and our restaurants to determine whether or not one or both of these offerings will launch nationwide. We don’t have an exact timeline, but our hope is that the test is successful and we can look forward to a national rollout.”