Fiery Footlong Collection: New Sriracha Chicken Melt from Subway

Part of the “Fiery Footlong Collection” in promotion with the movie release for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Subway is now featuring the Sriracha Chicken Melt at participating locations. Back in January we brought you news of the Sriracha Chicken Melt making its first appearance in limited markets.  The Fiery Footlong Collection also brings us the Sriracha Steak Melt, Buffalo Chicken sub, and the Turkey Jalapeno Melt.

Sriracha Melts SubwayThe new Sriracha Melts are described as “drizzled in sriracha sauce made from a select blend of chili peppers, and topped with jalapenos and melty pepper jack cheese for our boldest flavors yet!”  The Buffalo Chicken sub features grilled chicken smothered in buffalo sauce while the Jalapeno Turkey Melt is a turkey sub topped with jalapenos and pepper jack cheese.

Subway Fiery FootlongsOn the “Featured Footlong” front, for November the $6 Footlong Special is the familiar Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki: “This gourmet specialty is a flavorful blend of tender teriyaki glazed chicken strips and our own fat-free sweet onion sauce. Served hot & toasted on freshly baked bread, Mike Trout calls this protein-packed power hitter his favorite sub. And with a taste so big, you won’t believe it has less than 6g of fat!”

9 comments on “Fiery Footlong Collection: New Sriracha Chicken Melt from Subway

  1. FA says:

    Not into the fiery stuff, but I will do the sweet onion chicken teriyaki for $6. Beats a $4+ wrap at Mcdonalds, which is consumed in seconds!

    • Aaron says:

      I actually like the new Mcwrap more than anything Subway has to offer. That’s pretty sad…but Subway isn’t what it used to be. I have other options now like Jersey Mike’s or Which Wich that have comparable prices and much better quality.

      • jojimmy says:

        Every Subway post…not everyone has a Jersey Mike’s or Which Wich or whatever “hip” sandwich joint you prefer to Subway.

        • aaron says:

          How about…Quiznos? Firehouse subs? Charley’s Cheesesteak? Jimmy Johns? What is so “hip” about these places? Most people have better options out there. When I don’t have any other options, I make hipster sandwiches at home with my hipster friends.

  2. BigBelly says:

    haven’t been there lately, the steak melt sounds interesting, might have to give it a try… maybe on garlic bread

  3. Alex K. says:

    Subway is mostly terrible… they have a few good things (hard to mess up a Veggie Delite, for instance), but I don’t get why people tend to love it so much.

    • TJ says:

      People love it so much? Not really my impression from this site. When I go to Subway, which is maybe once every 2 months or so, it’s almost always empty. The employees usually seem happy I’m there lol. My opinion of their food is it’s generally pretty average, especially the lighter stuff which is often why I’m there.. I don’t have access to all the lauded chains in the east and mid-west, unfortunately. Sometimes it’s just the convenient option, kind of like eating at McDonald’s or something.

  4. Raiders757 says:

    Sriracha has slowly gained momentum towards being the next trendy food fad. Kind of like bacon and pretzel rolls. I love the stuff, but it’s not as good as Texas Pete or Cholula.

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