KFC has launched its Christmas dinner and it includes fried hash brown and stuffing mayonnaise, and that’s only a few of the drool-worthy selections on the menu.
It’s that special time of year again, and it appears the fast-food chains are in a bid to outdo each other with their Christmas menu selection, and KFC may have earnt the crown with the treats they have in store.
Celebrating the new menu, Jo Tivers, who is the Top Festive Elf at KFC UK & Ireland, stated that customers will be able to have as much festive KFC has their hearts desire until the festive period is over.
She said: “A round of Santa-plause for this epic festive feast, please. We’ll let turkey have its moment on the 25th but until then, we’ve got your back.”
Yesterday, the folks down at KFC launched their Christmas menu which has three new enticing dishes for the menu: the KFC Festive Burger, Festive Fries, and a new dessert in the form of a Mint Choc Krushem Soft Serve.
The fried chicken giant’s Festive Burger is definitely a lunchtime centrepiece, a burger topped with sage and onion stuffing mayonnaise that also has a tangy cranberry dressing and a layer of cheese.
The burger is available to buy on its own for just £4.59, or if you fancy getting into the true festive spirit you can add some Festive Fries which are sprinkled with a smokey seasoning that is created through a mixture of pepper, toasted garlic, and garlic and herbs.
If you were to purchase these on their own, they cost £1.49 for a regular and £2.39 for a large.
If that doesn’t sound tantalising enough on its own, then you can also add a festive dessert in the form of the Mint Choc Krushem Soft Serve that costs £2.29.
This holiday dessert is made up of soft vanilla ice cream that is drizzling in sweet chocolate and mint sauce, with a sprinkle of Cookie Crunch on top, the dessert is adorned with a glittery chocolate bow.
A meal, that comes with a portion of fries and a drink, will set you back £5.59 whilst a box costs £6.89.
The box version of the meal comes with a drink, side of fries, and a piece of the brand’s original recipe chicken.
These Christmas delights will be available in your local KFC until January 1 after which you’ll have to treasure the memory of the crispy Christmas chicken.
The meal is also available to be delivered to your door through Deliveroo, although of course, you will need to fork out that extra bit of cash for delivery charges.
It may be worth noting before embarrassing yourself at the till that the price of the meals may vary depending on the particular branch you visit. This is because 95 percent of the 870 restaurants in the UK are franchises, meaning they can set their own prices.
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