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If 2021 wasn’t already rich enough in new chicken sandwiches, another fast food chain is heading into the chicken sandwich war. And not only is this brand tossing its hat in the ring with a brand new spicy offering, it has already proclaimed itself the winner.

Boston Market, the brand touted as the expert in rotisserie, launches its very first crispy chicken sandwich. The Nashville Hot Crispy Chicken Sandwich “will put the competition to shame,” according to the brand’s press release, with its combo of breaded chicken breast, smoky Nashville Hot sauce, pickles and ranch dressing on a brioche bun. (For more recent fast food news that is shaking things up, check out McDonald’s Makes These 8 Major Improvements.)

“2020 is behind us, and so is the chicken sandwich war. We’ve been bringing heat to our rotisseries for over 30 years, and our new Nashville Hot Crispy Chicken Sandwich proves there is only room for one chicken expert in this field. The Boston market is and always will be king, ”said Randy Miller, president of BM.

The sandwich will be available for a limited time, and to kick things off, the chain announced a BOGO deal for anyone trying the new menu item on January 25-26.

Besides the crispy chicken sandwich, Boston Market is adding a few other limited-time offerings to the menu. True to the Nashville Hot theme, the chain is also putting the famous hot sauce on its signature roast chicken, in addition to launching a BLT crispy chicken sandwich and a crispy chicken with a white sauce meal.

Sandwiches are available at all 350 stores in the Boston Market and can be ordered at the restaurant, through drive-thru, or on the chain’s website and mobile app.

For more on the Chicken Sandwich War of 2021, check out Chick-fil-A’s latest spicy sandwich. And don’t forget to Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news straight to your inbox.

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