, Australia

Hungry Jack’s launches fried chicken burger range

The recipe was put through over two years of testing.

Hungry Jack has entered the fried chicken burger scene with its own trio of offerings, which they claim to be “bigger, thicker, crunchier, and juicier.”

Featuring a fried whole-breast chicken fillet in a buttery brioche bun, the range has three varieties: the Jack’s Fried Chicken Classic with crispy lettuce and mayo, Jack’s Fried Chicken Spicy with crispy lettuce and new "Spicy Signature Sauce" and a Jack’s Fried Chicken Cheesy Bacon that comes with crispy lettuce, mayo, cheese, and bacon.

“We know Aussies are craving bigger, juicier fried chicken burgers, so Hungry Jack’s is taking the lead with the biggest, thickest, and juiciest fried chicken available. Aussies are absolutely going to fall in love with Jack’s Fried Chicken Burgers,” Hungry Jack’s chief marketing officer Scott Baird said.

Jack’s Fried Chicken burger range is available from Hungry Jack’s stores nationwide or for delivery on the Hungry Jack’s App, Menulog, Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

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