US-based fast food restaurant chain Wendy’s has added three new chicken sandwiches to its Made to Crave menu.
The company said the new sandwiches, Avocado BLT, S’Awesome Bacon Chicken and Barbeque Chicken, are each individually crafted to satisfy those craveable taste buds.
Wendy’s new Made to Crave Chicken lineup features each of the company’s different chicken fillets, including lightly breaded, specially seasoned homestyle, grilled and spicy.
Avocado BLT is a creamy, fresh and crunchy take on the classic BLT, made with a grilled chicken fillet, a slice of melted muenster cheese, three strips of applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, greenhouse-grown tomatoes, creamy avocado, and buttermilk ranch sauce. All the items are sandwiched between a warm and fluffy premium bun.
S’Awesome Bacon Chicken is similar to its burger counterpart. The sandwich is made with a lightly breaded and specially seasoned Homestyle chicken fillet, a slice of melted muenster cheese, three strips of applewood smoked bacon, iceberg lettuce, greenhouse-grown tomatoes, and S’Awesome sauce, all sandwiched between a warm and fluffy premium bun.
Barbecue Chicken is a spicy chicken fillet paired with a slice of melted muenster cheese, crispy fried onions, three juicy pickles, and sweet and smoky Kansas City-style barbecue sauce on a premium bun.
Wendy’s executive vice-president, chief concept and marketing officer Kurt Kane said: “After seeing the customer response to our Made to Crave Hamburger lineup, we knew we had to continue the excitement and flavor creativity with chicken.
“So why settle for basic when you can satisfy your cravings with any undeniably good, everyday flavour from our lineup of new Made to Crave Chicken sandwiches.”
The Avocado BLT Sandwich has a suggested price of $5.99, while the S’Awesome Bacon Chicken Sandwich and Barbecue Chicken Sandwich can be purchased for $5.49 each. Wendy’s noted that the prices may change by location.
Earlier this year, Wendy’s has announced a new item to its menu with three new Made to Crave cheeseburgers.