New Chicken Fries Rings from Burger King

Burger King has added to the Chicken Fries line-up with a new offering called Chicken Fries Rings.  Chicken Fries Rings are made with white meat chicken and coated in a “light crispy breading seasoned with savory spices and herbs”.Chicken Fries RingsSo far in the Chicken Fries universe we’ve reviewed the original Chicken Fries, Fiery Chicken Fries, and Buffalo Chicken Fries.  Earlier this year BK introduced Jalapeno Chicken Fries.  Available dipping sauces: BBQ, Honey Mustard, Ranch, Zesty, Buffalo, Sweet & Sour and Chicken Fries Sauce.  An six piece order of Chicken Fries Rings will set you back 310 calories, 18 grams of fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, 21 grams of carbs, 1020 milligrams of sodium, and 17 grams of protein.

16 comments on “New Chicken Fries Rings from Burger King

  1. M-Logan says:

    Made “WITH” white meat chicken, not “100% made OF white meat chicken”, therefore no can do 🙂

    • Sascha says:

      Oh, good. Maybe they’ll have some flavor to them.

    • Brad says:

      Why does anybody consider white meat to be a selling point?

      • M-Logan says:

        Because when the product is ALL white meat, say for example a chicken sandwich at Wendy’s, then it is easily identifiable and verifiable as CHICKEN. However when it’s chopped/pressed/formed “nugget material”, like in anything called a “chicken ring”, it’s content is to say the very least, suspect. And not at all appetizing to me.

        • Bubbsy says:

          McDonalds nuggets are all white meat, curious how that fits in to your philosophy.

          • M-Logan says:

            Are they? Their no longer available Chicken Select strips were all white meat, as are KFC strips. Thats what Im talking about. If its legit then they shouldnt need to grind it all together.

        • Brad says:

          I like a good filet or tenderloin myself. But that’s the only time white meat is a good thing to me, is in its intact form, a whole filet or tenderloin. you can’t really do that with any sort of nugget, so bring on the mechanically separated meat is my opinion–brings the cost way down and it’s tasty.

          • M-Logan says:

            Chik-Fil-A has the only “intact” nuggets I guess – and they are mighty good indeed. The only “pink slime” nugget I like is Wendy’s spicy nuggets, but not very often just because I know too much about the process 🙂

  2. richard says:

    This is JUST 100000% lazy!!!

  3. MP says:

    White Castle has had these for at least 12 years. 6 for $2. They actually have an almost Chick-fil-A taste to them.

  4. Snackeroo says:

    Why not just make better Chicken Nuggets instead of Chicken Fries and Chicken Fries Rings? BK’s Nuggets are awful.

    • Sascha says:

      Better yet, get rid of the nuggets altogether and just concentrate on the already vastly superior fries. Why hope for a better product and get rid odd an already good product?

      • schmitty says:

        Ewww. BK Fries are the worst around.

        Not sure what BK does correct these days but it’s not their fries!!!

        • Sascha says:

          We were talking about chicken fries, not potato fries, keep up. BK potato fries are indeed bad, but not as horrible as their chicken nuggets.

  5. Johnnyboy says:

    M-Logan…… I always thought that too. AGREE with your 1st comment so much! Also, the white meat they use could just be PINK SLIME that has been bleached. I know for a fact, BK nuggets, BK Long Chicken sandwich and Wendy’s nuggets are prime examples of Pink slime being used. But dump millenial said and social media always wants to make McDonalds the target of everything bad.

  6. Johnnyboy says:

    *Dumb millenials

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