All New Church’s Chicken Sandwich

New Church's Chicken Sandwich

With more than sixty years experience under their belts, this week Church’s Chicken have announced an all new Chicken Sandwich will join their menu lineup. The new addition will be a permanent menu item and comes with an all white meat chicken breast filet, hand-breaded with Church’s special home-style seasoning with “a hint of buttermilk, and cooked to a golden crisp”. The chicken comes on a toasted brioche bun which is brushed with the brand’s honey-butter. Rounding out the creation are crunchy pickles and mayo.

Church’s CMO Brian Gies writes, “We are experts in bone-in chicken, but the fan demand for that same level of quality and flavor in a boneless fried chicken sandwich from Church’s was emphatic and persistent, so we got to work and delivered. Our culinary team truly outdid themselves on this masterpiece, which combines everything great about Church’s, between two buns. It’s a culmination of 70 years of Down Home Flavor and fried chicken expertise brought into every bite.”

There’s also a spicy version available on the menu too that promises to bring a hint of Texas heat; the spicy sandwich comes with a spicy mayo sauce and Church’s signature jalapeño peppers on the side.

Both sandwiches will retail for $3.99, or $5.99 as a meal; meals come with a drink and regular fries.

Image credit, Church’s.

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