The fries are essentially like fried chicken pieces, minus the actual flesh within – leaving the signature-spiced covering that KFC is famed for.
It’s utterly fascinating to see the menu items in renowned fast food chains around the world. McDonald’s in Italy offers fries with bacon and cheese, while last year McDonald’s Australia too unveiled apple pie-flavored McFlurries so guests could align two of their favorite desserts into one succulent mouthful. Burger King restaurants in Canada sell poutine – the national dish in the country, which sees cheese curds and chips smothered in gravy. Though over at KFC Indonesia, you now can get your paws on something equally beguiling: chicken skin fries.
Last month on its official Twitter feed, KFC Indonesia announced the new menu item; expressing the chicken skin fries are now available at several locations across the country: Kelapa Gading, Cideng, Salemba, Kemang, and Kalimalang. One order of chicken skin fries will set you back 96 cents. Keep in mind, the feedback on social media has been blended. While one KFC regular stated they were ‘overjoyed’, another acknowledged they were a bit disappointed, posting: “I prefer to buy the chicken, then eat the skin directly from there.” Someone else shared: “Some say it’s too salty, others that it’s not salty enough. For me it tastes spicy savory. It’s different to what you’d expect as it’s not the same as normal chicken skin, but the first bite is good. It’s really crisp and crunchy! I’ll definitely order again as a snack.”
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