If crispy skin is your favorite part of a fried chicken, KFC is officially making your dreams come true.
Many people often joked about wanting to eat the skin off of a fried chicken. But now, this KFC is making that dream a reality in some parts of the world.
KFC surprises its customers in many ways. They prepare greasy chicken, fried chicken, and the coleslaw, which looks like it has been scooped from the inside of a shampoo bottle.
When you visit a KFC chain, you'll always find a reason to come back in the Colonel time. This restaurant is making some mighty delicious chicken skins that no one can resist.
Cartman has proved that in South Park Season 9, the coating of a fried chicken is enough to turn friends into enemies and make fellow diners drown with jealousy.
The one thing that makes KFC's chicken stand out is the recipe the company uses.
The chain applies a combination of satisfying crunch and an indefatigable blend of eleven secret herbs in the recipe. As a result, their fried chicken skin is so delicious.
In the past, the only way chicken-skinheads would get their hand on the delicious bites of the chicken has been through the conduit of thigh and breast.
Still, picky skin lovers would get frustrated because the meat and the coating are joined. So, they had to tear them apart to enjoy their favorite part.
Now, it seems like our beloved KFC food chain has decided to give people what they want.
Multiple reports have confirmed that KFC has begun selling crispy fried chicken skin at select locations. According to the company's social media platform, the new product consists of "salt and pepper" seasoned skin pieces.
A Twitter post reveals that the chicken skin menu will be available in six locations across Indonesia. These are MT Haryono, Salemba, Cideng, Kemang, Kalimalang, and Kelapa Gading.
Though it might seem disappointing for KFC patrons in the US and the UK, we hope the chain will make the new product available in more locations.
Unfortunately a KFC representative reported that the company is not planning to bring chicken skin to the US.
However, the spokesperson said that the "company's global food innovation teams look at external trends. Blockbuster products from other markets determine its menu items in global locations.
The representative added:
"It could show up elsewhere in the future."
So far, fried chicken skin has attracted multiple positive reviews from Indonesian chicken fans.
One Twitter user wrote:
"It tastes spicy savory, and it's different from what you'd expect. It's not the same as normal chicken skin, but the first bite is good."
"It's really crisp and crunchy! I'll definitely order again as a snack."
However, some fans claim that the skin is "too salty."