The news about KFC opening up an all-you-can-eat buffet has certainly left us eager to book a flight to Japan ASAP. Unfortunately, going to this chicken haven might be a distant dream for now, given the global crisis we’re currently in. Thankfully, the fast-food chain is bringing back its “extra-large serving of popcorn chicken” to make these tough times a little more bearable.
You probably know by now that Kentucky Fried Chicken takes their marketing game seriously. So, when they offer something in an “extra-large serving,” you’d know for sure that it’s the real deal. What you see in the advertisement is literally what you get. And in this case, you get a massive box filled with poppable, crispy chicken nuggets made with 100% white meat.
Each box contains approximately 70 pieces, so there’s definitely plenty enough for the entire family. But, of course, you could always choose to have it all for yourself. And if you do, then consider your meal problems for the next two days or so covered. You’re probably thinking that a colossal chicken nugget crate like this will set you back big time. Well, apparently not, because a serving only costs $10! Now that’s what getting a bang for your buck truly means!
Of course, you’ll need a variety of dips to enjoy your extra-large serving of popcorn chicken. Luckily, KFC offers just that. Aside from their Finger-Lickin’ Good Sauce, they also have Buttermilk Ranch, Creamy Buffalo, Honey BBQ Sauce, Honey Mustard, as well as Sweet N’ Tangy. To be honest, getting all six sauces might just be the way to go. After all, you have more than enough nuggets to try them all. Plus, having plenty of options is always a good thing.
Sure, you can always get the regular-sized Popcorn Nuggets any time you please. However, it’s not every day that you can grab them in large quantities for such a budget-friendly price. So, that should give you enough reason not to miss out on this awesome deal! Pro tip: you might also want to get one of these Finger Guards to keep your fingers grease-free amidst the constant nibbling.
Source: Kentucky Fried Chicken