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Chicken wings have been so popular over the past year or so that there is literally a shortage of it in the United States. The Chicken Sandwich War, on the other hand, propelled already beloved chicken breasts into a new orbit of high demand. But there is one type of chicken meat that has yet to reach the same level of stardom: chicken thigh. More flavorful, according to chefs, chicken thigh is somehow still overlooked on mainstream fast food menus. But Nathan’s Famous is about to change that by putting it in two new crispy chicken sandwiches.

The most famous hot dog chain is expanding its newly created chicken sandwich offering by shaking up the proven concept. Using breaded and crispy boneless chicken thighs in Nashville’s New Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich and Spicy Sticky Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Nathan’s created the fast food industry‘s first chicken sandwiches that don’t use no chicken breasts.

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“After a lot of research and development, we found that using chicken thigh gives our new sandwiches a flavor punch, delivering a juicier and more intense flavor due to the dark meat,” Vice said. – Nathan’s senior chairman, James Walker, in a statement. declaration.

Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich consists of a chicken thigh hand dipped in batter, deep-fried and mixed with Nashville hot sauce, then served on a buttered and grilled Turano roll with mayonnaise and pickle slices cut into folds. The Sticky and Spicy Grilled Chicken Sandwich features a chicken thigh marinated overnight in a spicy Koji sticky sauce and served on a Turano roll with coleslaw, Nathan’s sticky and spicy sauce, green onions and Sesame seeds.

Both new sandwiches are part of Nathan’s Famous value menu at $ 7 a piece, and can currently be found in select locations in New York City and Florida, with a nationwide rollout slated for later this year. do not forget to Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news straight to your inbox.

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