- Fried or grilled chicken tenders
- Freshly chopped mixed greens
- Red cabbage
- Crispy wonton strips
- Asian slaw
- Honey sesame Teriyaki glaze
Starting at $9.59 The Zensation Zalad is served with citrus vinaigrette dressing and a hand-rolled vegetable egg roll. With this years release Zaxby’s is are also offering a stand-alone side of two egg rolls paired with its own Sweet & Spicy sauce to dip, all for $3.69.
Zaxby’s egg roll is apparently hand-rolled in a crispy wonton wrapper then filled with shredded cabbage, carrots, green onion, and seasoning. The side snack is served with Zaxby’s signature Sweet & Spicy sauce, one of twelve sauces in Zaxby’s popular lineup.
The chicken tenders in Zaxby’s Asian Zensation Zalad are marinated for 12+ hours according to the company’s news on the release. The honey sesame Teriyaki glaze is made with soy sauce, fresh ginger, fresh garlic, honey, and brown sugar.
Image credit, Zaxby’s.
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