KFC has scrapped its secret original recipe in favour of a new Nashville Hot chicken, although the new menu will only be available for one month.
The fast-food chain has ditched its popular formula used on succulent chicken pieces that are on the bone in favour of a new Nashville Hot chicken-flavoured dish, which were inspired by the chicken shacks in Tennessee.
The new feast, which was believed to have been created by the owners of Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack, will see the meaty pieces seasoned with cayenne pepper and paprika batter served with slices of gherkins on top.
The Nashville Hot chicken will be available to tuck into in KFC for a limited time when it hits restaurants on May 22, although they will be discontinued on June 18.
And the original recipe will still be served to delve into nationwide.