New Fiery Chicken Fries from Burger King

Starting today, Burger King will be offering new Fiery Chicken Fries for a limited time.  Fiery Chicken Fries are flavored with a marinade of cayenne pepper and other spices.  Recommended price of $2.89 for a nine piece order and available dipping sauce choices include new Chicken Fries Sauce, BBQ Honey Mustard, Ranch, Zesty, Buffalo and Sweet & Sour.  For fans of the original Chicken Fries, don’t worry, they became a permanent menu item back in March.

Fiery Chicken Fries

12 comments on “New Fiery Chicken Fries from Burger King

  1. Robert says:

    I know the Chicken Fries are quite popular, so this is a good idea. But my god they’re a ripoff. There’s hardly any chicken inside. You shouldn’t be charged $3 for mostly breading. That being said, my local BKs are still offering the $1.49 ten piece nuggets, which is insane. And yes, when they’re actually fresh, the nuggets are very good.

  2. Esther says:

    Looks like I’m going to BK for dinner tonight.

    • alan rodriguez says:

      u just neeed to not wory about them. they r not hot but the fix? just get cayyenne pepper and sprinkle them!!!!!!! ur done and now u can fix every isssue wih bk and no complain.. good day

  3. Grant says:

    Had these today. Maybe a slight peppery flavor to them over the original but otherwise not very good. Lots of breadind and not much chicken

  4. alan rodriguez says:

    wow i donr get it.. just sprinkle them with caynne pepper.. stop complaining when u can just fix it and be happy.. its not that hard…. its there for a reason.. evrytime i get an item thats not to my neeeds i have it my way.. im beting the plp before me will change their minds now.. smh..

    • Joe says:

      Cayenne pepper is all fine and good, but it doesn’t infuse itself into the food unless it’s cooked with it. When heated, hot things get hotter, try this sometime –

      Get a pizza, and take two slices. Put the same amount of crushed red pepper on each. Put one in the oven for a few minutes, leave the other one out. See which one has more spice, and which one’s flavors fuse better.

      If you want to add heat afterwards, a hot sauce is always a better idea than a powdered pepper that hasn’t had the chance to rise to its full potential.

  5. CulinaryZerg says:

    Like, the only new BK product I’ve been remotely excited about in the last 5 years.

  6. Ally H says:

    This one time, at band camp, we ate at a 5 million dollar restaurant and they served these by the moUnd, they ended up in the weirdest places!!!

    I hope these are as good!

  7. Jeff D. says:

    I am looking at the breading and color and it reminds me of the spicy chicken sandwich that they had like 17 years ago. It was on a long bun like the original chicken sandwich and it had a spicy sauce plus lettuce and tomatoes. It was the greatest spicy chicken sandwich EVER! Well now BK is all about value and there products are cheap and taste like it too, so guessing it tastes NOTHING like it.

  8. Pimousse says:

    Can go buy a bag of Tyson’s Chicken fries and get a lot more product. Granted, they’re not deep fried but cooked in the oven for about 20-30 min and they’re crispy vs the 10 min or whatever the bag says and it comes out soggy/floppy.

    • Joe says:

      One thing I’ll say about frozen chicken, whether it’s wings, tenders, etc. — Rather than a deep fryer, try a cheap fondue pot meant for oil fondues. Bake them according to directions (you know, where they’re all limp and somewhat warm), then throw them in a small pool of oil and whatever seasoning you want in the fondue pot (perfect time to infuse some garlic and lemon, or cayenne and butter, or whatever you like), give it 3 minutes, toss in your favorite homemade sauce, and boom, you’ve got the chains beat on chicken at least.

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