KFC Original Recipe Boneless Coming April 14th

KFC will be releasing Original Recipe Boneless on April 14th.  The new chicken product is hand-breaded with the Original Recipe and come in boneless, skinless pieces of white and dark meat chicken.KFC Original Recipe BonelessA 2-pc Original Recipe Boneless Combo will be priced at $4.99, and includes a piece of dark meat, a piece of white meat, a side, biscuit, and a medium drink. The boneless white meat has 200 calories and the dark has 250 calories.

19 comments on “KFC Original Recipe Boneless Coming April 14th

  1. Roger C. says:

    I am NOT impressed.

    Please, just bring back the Twister you corporate hacks. Thank you.

  2. Rondoman says:

    Wow, what a disappointment. I agree bring back the damn Twister!!!

    How big are these I wonder? Can you get just white or dark? Once again we see the likes of KFC, BK, and Pizza Hut trying to reinvent things when they should focus on improving their main products.

    Sigh.

  3. Jen says:

    Why don’t they put this filet on a sandwich, like the ones they had in the late ’90s? And who wants a piece of white meat AND a piece of dark meat? I guess you have to pay extra if you want all white meat? Thanks for the reminder of why I never go to KFC anymore.

  4. Mike N. says:

    Pretty much everything is wrong with this promotion. And worse yet, they’re saying they expect to go all boneless within the next few years. Nothing like going from bad to worse KFC!

    • Roger C. says:

      I can only imagine JCPenney came to mind when KFC employees heard that this idea was being taken seriously.

      A chicken restaurant eliminating the bones. Wow.

      If I’m not mistaken, doesn’t the Asian market love having the bones? Because it adds flavor? I’m sure they aren’t the only ones.

  5. Person says:

    A group of KFC executives sit around a room.
    “All right, well we could have small pieces of fried chicken, or we could have slightly larger pieces of fried chicken, or, get this, we could have medium sized pieces of fried chicken. Also, we could sell fried chicken.”

  6. KTW says:

    Bring back the nuggets!

  7. Jay J says:

    I don’t get it… isn’t the bones and skin what makes fried chicken so good? Cooked on the bone chicken always tastes better to me. It just sounds like they are introducing dark meat chicken strips to me.

  8. Robert says:

    I do not get it. What is the point of this? Why would you want a hunk of meat instead of a traditional piece of chicken? I can not imagine a scenerio where I would order this.

  9. T.J. says:

    Awesome. Finally someone gives me a dark meat nugget/strip/boneless something. I’m so tired of seeing “All White Meat” happily plastered on every menu I see. I miss the dark meat Chicken Nuggets from KFC as well as the McNugget versions from McDonald’s. I just like dark meat better and the only way to get it at almost all restaurants is on-the-bone. I want a meal with 2 dark meat pieces. All of you whiners can go to every other restaurant in the world and have your “All White Meat” all day, all week, all you want. I’ll enjoy this.

  10. Mike says:

    Oooh, right! This is the junk-food blog where all of the commenters hate junk food.

    • MP says:

      I’m sorry I can’t come over to your house to watch American Idol, listen to Justin Bieber & eat McDonald’s with you because I’m too busy having original thoughts, standards & doing anything else.

      • Mike says:

        Oh man, if you only knew. The thing about the internet is that you never really know whom you are addressing, and this is a classic example of that. I don’t give a crap about most things in pop culture, and by the way, I hate Justin Bieber and dislike everything on the McDonald’s (the worst chain) menu that is not breakfast or fries. I have eaten a burger at a different dive/restaurant (95% non-chains) almost every week for the last nine years. That said, I also don’t automatically turn my nose up at everything the mainstream has to offer, and I think that the mainstream has far more worthwhile things to offer in the junk food department than it has had to offer in music and movies for the last couple of decades. I would expect that the kind of people frequenting a junk food blog would be those who generally wish to celebrate it because they enjoy it. This blog reviews mostly mainstream junk food, so this begs the question, “Why would a bunch of people who generally hate mainstream junk food congregate on a site that promotes it?”

        • MP says:

          What this site does is accumulate the marketing gimmicks that is fast food. There’s very little quality or substance anymore; it’s all marketing. The fast food industry is so far from its focus & standards it’s a total joke now & those of us born before 1990 remember how it used to be – and it was a lot better. I never used to understand why old people were so cranky towards the younger generations, but now I totally understand. I tried to say (in an older comment that didn’t get posted) that following fast food is like a hobby like sports. I congregate to express whatever my opinion is & from others and this blog is a very useful tool to get the information out there. This blog has saved me dozens if not hundreds of dollars I would have wasted. The fact that many disapprove of the item(s) is purely coincidental. Sending emails to the corporations has rendered pointless & maybe somebody will see this someday.
          Personally, I don’t get the big stink about the Locos Doritos taco. Barely a dusting of seasoning which adds basically nothing but a messy experience & the Cool Ranch taco is 40 cents more than the regular crispy taco seems like a blatant rip-off.

  11. Sascha says:

    I must say, I agree with you Mike, there are are a lot of commenters here who simply don’t seem to like anything, always blanketing their statements like “Everything BK does is bad”, or fill in the blank with a number of other places, Pizza Hut and KFC the next two that come to mind.

    I’m looking forward to these, it’s nearly impossible to find anyone using dark meat for any boneless purpose. Now, if they suck, I’ll say so, but the snobby comments leave me cold.

    I’ve liked plenty of what Burger King and KFC have offered recently, not so much Pizza Hut, and I’ve also disliked plenty, but I’ve never once dismissed a new idea without giving it a chance.

    Actually, never mind that, yes I have. BK Philly Original Chicken didn’t have a single appealing look or taste to it.

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