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Feb 5, 2010

Review: Burger King - Spicy Chick'N Crisp Sandwich

Burger King's Spicy Chick'N Crisp Sandwich follows the standard fast food chicken sandwich formula and features a thin chicken patty. iceburg lettuce, mayo, and a sesame bun.  It is a BK value menu item priced at $1.

I found the chicken not super dry but not moist either is about standard for fast food offerings.  The chicken had a red tinge to it that suggested it was pretty spicy.  Unfortunately, like the harmless milk snake, it was mere mimicry; there was just the slightess hint of spiciness despite the red coloring.  In the end, it looks more spicy than it really is.

Deceptive appearances aside, I'd go for it if I found myself at Burger King and felt like eating chicken on the cheap.

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Nutritional Info - Burger King Spicy Chick'N Crisp Sandwich (136g)
Calories - 460 (from Fat - 270)
Fat - 30g (Saturated Fat - 5g)
Sodium - 810mg
Carbs - 35g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 13g


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14 comments:

  1. that looks super small, how big is it?

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  2. Same size as a McChicken.

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  3. 100% agree with this review. We tackled it a few months ago here http://wp.me/ps8XA-Dw and gave it a wibia? "no." For $1.00, I would go with the McChicken.

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  4. They used to just put chicken nuggets in the sandwich instead of a patty.

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  5. Yeah, I have to say most of Burger King's offerings are a little lackluster for me. I think the last thing they made that I enjoyed was the Chicken Whopper which they have since replaced with the Tendergrill Chicken Sandwich.

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  6. the chicken tendercrisp sandwich from bk is pretty darn delicious although rather pricey...

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  7. @Tania: milk snake! Snake! It looks like a very poisonous coral snake! The rhyme to tell the difference is something like "Red on black won't attack, red on yellow, deadly fellow."

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  8. i wasnt impressed

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  9. I think it is scary that BK is giving us more for less when they decided to price this $1. What I mean by that is that while it is a value sized patty, we get "more" from it in the sense that it is spicy unlike most value priced chicken sandwiches.

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  10. said on the other $1 chicken sandwich but this is good if you don't get the mayo and add BBQ sauce to it.

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  11. they still had both here last time i checked. one is called spicy chick'n sandwich and the other is called chicken tender sandwich and they are both $1. I like the spicy better really.

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  12.  Mcds has had a spicy mcchicken for years.. sooooooooo your point makes little sense.

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  13. In some areas Mcds has a spicy mcchicken, but many don't, including where I live (which sucks). I have to assume Bigcheese is from an area like mine, so his point makes sense to that degree.

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