KFC Just Unveiled Its Spiciest Fried Chicken Yet - And It's Offering Milk Too In Case You Cry

Do you remember KFC‘s teaser video for KFC milk?

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If you thought KFC was really going to release chicken-flavoured milk, then you don’t understand how much of a troll KFC is.

Anyway, the truth is out. Meet KFC’s spiciest chicken of all time, the Red Hot Szechuan Chicken

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If you thought you could handle your spice, wait till you try this.

This Chick’s Burning Up

KFC’s Red Hot Szechuan Chicken is like your favourite Red Hot Chicken – but on Szechuan spice steroids.

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The chicken is doused in a Szechuan marinade, coated in red hot batter, and then topped with chilli sprinkle for good measure.

As if being KFC’s spiciest chicken isn’t enough, the chicken comes served with a flaming hot sauce. Because we don’t need our digestive system anyway.

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The Red Hot Szechuan Chicken is $3.50 for a single piece. It also comes in a Red Hot Meal ($8.50) and Red Hot Box ($10.20), and is available from 15 November 2017 – 2 January 2018.

Can’t Take The Heat?

Not sure if you can handle the heat? KFC has just the thing to sooth your burning lips. From 15 – 19 November, with every purchase of the Red Hot Szechuan Chicken, KFC will give you a free KFC milk with the “KFC Milk” packaging.

So yes, KFC will be serving #KFCMilk after all – just not chicken-flavoured ones.

Do take note that you can only claim your free KFC Milk in select restaurants, from 11am onwards:

  • 15 – 17 Nov: KFC’s Changi Business Park, Harbourfront Centre, Plaza Singapura, Toa Payoh Hub, and Novena Square outlets
  • 18 – 19 Nov: KFC’s Compass One, Jurong Point, Sun Plaza, Tampines Hub, Waterway Point, and Hougang Mall outlets

Aside from the Red Hot Szechuan Chicken, KFC will be adding 3 more items to the menu: Buttered Corn, Vanilla Custard Puff, and Froyo Parfait, a frozen yoghurt dessert that comes topped with crushed Oreos, Froot Loops and Mini Marshmellows.

Buttered Corn (Image Credit: KFC)
Vanilla Custard Puff (Image Credit: KFC)
Froyo Parfait (Image Credit: KFC)

Up for the challenge that is KFC’s latest fried chicken creation? Head down to your nearest KFC to experience this death wish devilish dish for yourself – and don’t say we didn’t warn you!

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