Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Review: Burger King - Seasoned Sweet Potato Curly Fries

Burger King's new, limited-time Seasoned Sweet Potato Curly Fries follows up their now departed regular Sweet Potato Fries with a different shape and a sweet seasoning of what seems to be cinnamon and sugar.

A small order cost me $2.19. Oddly a medium order was only 10 cents more and a larger order was 10 cents more than that.

Somehow, a couple of regular BK fries snuck their way into my order and were covered with the cinnamon sugar. It does not go well with regular potato fries. I didn't like the starchier flavor with the cinnamon.

Thankfully, the sweet seasoning accentuates the sweet potato quite nicely. The mix of salty and sweet is pretty tasty though a little bit like dessert. I'm not sure about eating them as an accompaniment to a burger like normal fries.

There's a bit of batter on the fries that helps keep them crisp without and moist within.

All in all, Burger King's Seasoned Sweet Potato Curly Fries are an enjoyable change up from normal fries and other sweet potato fries as well. I'd save them for dessert though.

Nutritional Info - Burger King Sweet Potato Curly Fries - Small (68g)
Calories - 170 (from Fat - 90)
Fat - 10g (Saturated Fat - 1.5g)
Sodium - 380mg
Carbs - 19g (Sugar - 8g)
Protein - 1g
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