Burger King Canada Serves New Dill Pickle Chicken Nuggets

Deep-fried with a salty, briny and dilly taste.

Food & Beverage
5,051 Hypes 0 Comments

Following the Halloween festivities when Burger King Canada released its Franken Whopper, the burger chain is now switching its focus to chicken nuggets by launching a new Dill Pickle flavor. The flavor has been infused in food and beverage products in more ways than one from Pringle’s Wavy Deep Fried Dill Pickle Chips, candy canes, Alamo Candy Sour Pickle Balls, salsas and popcorn seasoning to seltzers, vodka and Van Holtens’ ice freeze pops.

For Burger King’s latest Dill Pickle Chicken Nuggets roll out, the brand decided to coat white chicken meat with dill pickle batter and deep fry them till it reaches that classic golden-brown crispy coating with the highly addictive salty, briny and dilly taste we all know and love.

Those in Canada can grab the latest Dill Pickle Chicken Nuggets in a stack of 8 pieces for $2.99 CAD at participating locations throughout the country for a limited time only.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Burger King Canada (@burgerkingcan)

Elsewhere in food, Get Maine Lobster unveiled a $1,000 USD Lobster Roll Kit.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Burger King Japan Launches Cheddarich Cheese-Filled Chicken Nuggets
Food & Beverage

Burger King Japan Launches Cheddarich Cheese-Filled Chicken Nuggets

For cheese lovers.

Burger King Canada Brought A Franken Whopper To Life
Food & Beverage

Burger King Canada Brought A Franken Whopper To Life

Stacked with onion rings and french fries.

Burger King Malaysia Drenches New Burger and Chicken Sandwich in Chocolate
Food & Beverage

Burger King Malaysia Drenches New Burger and Chicken Sandwich in Chocolate

It’s a childhood dream come true.


Burger King Japan Serves up Guilty Butter Burgers and Clown Chocolate Fries
Food & Beverage

Burger King Japan Serves up Guilty Butter Burgers and Clown Chocolate Fries

Redefining guilty pleasures.

Everything Coming To and Leaving Netflix in December 2021
Entertainment

Everything Coming To and Leaving Netflix in December 2021

Led by the premiere of ‘Don’t Look Up’ and new seasons of ‘Money Heist,’ ‘The Witcher,’ ‘Cobra Kai’ and more.

Elon Musk Sold Another $1 Billion in Tesla Shares
Tech 

Elon Musk Sold Another $1 Billion in Tesla Shares

Musk has sold a total of $9.85 billion USD in Tesla stock this month.

Christian von Koenigsegg Demonstrates the Sound of the Jesko Revving to 31,700 RPM Per Second
Automotive

Christian von Koenigsegg Demonstrates the Sound of the Jesko Revving to 31,700 RPM Per Second

The world’s fastest revving and most responsive production car.

Disney to Spend $33 Billion USD on Content in 2022
Entertainment

Disney to Spend $33 Billion USD on Content in 2022

50 movies are getting theatrical releases next year from the media giant.

Get Maine Lobster Unveils a $1,000 USD Lobster Roll Kit
Food & Beverage

Get Maine Lobster Unveils a $1,000 USD Lobster Roll Kit

A four-person set loaded with caviar, A5 wagyu, gold flakes, and more.


Shinola Introduces Its First Fully Automatic Chronograph
Watches

Shinola Introduces Its First Fully Automatic Chronograph

Only 250 will be made.

Rolling Loud California Implements Age Limit for 2021 Festival
Music

Rolling Loud California Implements Age Limit for 2021 Festival

In light of recent events.

Here's How to Join the 'Dragon Ball: The Breakers' Closed Beta
Gaming

Here's How to Join the 'Dragon Ball: The Breakers' Closed Beta

Test period for the asymmetrical survival game launches in December.

Keanu Reeves Responds to Rumors of Joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Entertainment

Keanu Reeves Responds to Rumors of Joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige says they talk to him for almost every film they make.

Peacock Releases First Teaser for 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Reboot
Entertainment

Peacock Releases First Teaser for 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Reboot

Arriving on Peacock in 2022.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.