Chick-fil-A brings grilled spicy chicken sandwich to menus across the country

Chick-fil-A’s menu is warming up.

On Friday, the cheap food chain declared that it will be delivering its Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich cross country beginning Monday.

The sandwich is made with “grilled chicken marinated in a spicy seasoning, served on a toasted multigrain brioche bun with Colby-Jack cheese, lettuce and tomato,” the declaration said.

The Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich – which may be accessible temporarily – likewise accompanies another, restricted time Cilantro Lime Sauce that was made only for the new sandwich, the organization said.

Chick-fil-An as of now has a fiery chicken sandwich and a zesty grand sandwich on its menu, however the two sandwiches are made with breaded chicken, rather than grilled.

As indicated by one of Chick-fil-A’s senior culinary engineers, the hot marinade for the most up to date sandwich is propelled by the formula for the chain’s current hot sandwiches, yet joins “additional flavors and spices.”

“The Grilled Spicy Deluxe marinade offers a bigger and bolder flavor while not adding additional heat,” Angela Wadlington said in a statement.

Chick-fil-A formerly tried the Grilled Spicy Deluxe Sandwich in select business sectors beginning in 2017.

At the point when it hits the Chick-fil-A menu on Monday, the most up to date expansion will be the previously restricted time dish to be highlighted on the public menu since the late spring of 2019, the organization said in its declaration.

“We know guests are looking to add more variety to their meals, especially after a year where new food experiences were limited,” Leslie Neslage, Chick-fil-A’s director of menu and packaging, said in a statement. “The Grilled Spicy Deluxe offers the spicy flavors our guests have come to know and love, now available in a grilled option.”

“We dedicate an average of 18 to 24 months to testing a new item before adding it to the national menu, and the Grilled Spicy Deluxe received positive feedback when it was previously tested in select markets,” Neslage added.

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