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Burger King Canada adds Dill pickle nuggets to the menu
Burger King Canada announced a new addition to its menu lineup, and it is now available in BK restaurant outlets around Toronto. The burger joint launched the Dill pickle chicken nuggets, and it was released this week.
As mentioned on Blogto.com, Burger King Canada unveiled its new Dill pickle chicken nuggets through social media on Monday, Nov. 22. The new food item will be sold in an eight-piece pack which costs $2.99.
But just like the new menu additions these days, the new nuggets will only be available at the stores for a limited time only. It was reported that customers have different reactions to Burger King Canada’s announcement, and while many are excited to try the Dill pickle chicken nuggets, there are others who were not impressed.
Some commenters on social media also dropped lines such as “interesting,” “looks delicious,” and even “looks horrible.” But despite the negative vibe of the last comment, Burger King took this in a positive light as if to mean the new product is “horribly delicious” as it replied, “it is” to the remark.
we’re in a pickle. and we like it.???? NEW dill pickle chicken nuggets— Burger King Canada (@BurgerKingCAN) November 22, 2021
At any rate, more people want to try the new Burger King Canada’s Dill pickle chicken nuggets, and Foodgressing stated customers could also choose to order more nuggets with the 10-piece pack option for $3.79 or $5.98 for 16 pieces and $7.58 for 20 pieces.
For calorie intake-conscious customers, the 8-piece pack has 627 calories while the 10-piece one has 731 calories. The 16-piece and 20-piece options for orders of the Dill pickle chicken nuggets, they have 1,203 and 1,411 calories, respectively.
Customers can order the nuggets with various dipping sauces, and the choices are zesty dip cup, honey mustard dip cup, sweet and sour dip cup, buffalo dip cup, and ranch dip. The Burger King Dill pickle chicken nuggets are made from 100% Canadian white chicken meat, coated with homestyle seasoned breading. Finally, it was shared that the restaurant created this menu item after taking inspiration from the dill pickle chips.