Burger King’s Ghost Pepper Hen Fries characteristic fry-shaped, breaded and fried white-meat rooster seasoned with the spicy warmth of ghost peppers.
I paid $4.39 for eight Hen Fries (they used to incorporate 9 to an order though early this yr, I paid $4.99 for an order of 9 Spicy Hen Fries.).
My batch of Ghost Pepper Hen Fries seemed to have come lately out of the fryer as they have been crispy on the surface and scorching and juicy on the within.
The outer layer was pretty thick however not overwhelmingly so. It had a craggy texture and was flecked with breadcrumbs. It was crispy however not onerous. There only a slight reddish tinge to it.
The rooster inside was finely floor with some spring to it.
Taste-wise, the Ghost Pepper Hen Fries simply tasted like a spicy model of the chain’s common Hen Fries, which is to say that it appeared to be seasoned with the same old suspects: onion powder, garlic powder, black pepper, and the like. The flavour was good but in addition very acquainted.
The spicy warmth was simply average with only a slight construct as you ate extra. It did not have me reaching for a drink to chill my mouth down or something. My nostril began operating a bit however I wasn’t positive if it was simply from allergy symptoms.
General, Ghost Pepper Hen Fires have been enjoyably spicy however did not current a lot in the way in which of newness. As with all Burger King’s Hen Fries, I am unable to shake the sensation that I am paying extra for elongated variations of their rooster nuggets after I purchase them (though I do benefit from the packaging). Additionally they put out Ghost Pepper Hen Nuggets in 2021 that tasted equally however value much less.