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Food McDonald's Has Some Spicy Fries And Nuggs For You To Try

17:31  12 july  2018
17:31  12 july  2018 Source:   lifehacker.com.au

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McDonald ' s Spicy Chicken McNuggets and Spicy Shaker Fries do exactly what they say on the tin. I had Sweet n Sour and Spicy Buffalo sauces, the Buffalo sauce made the nuggets double spicy !

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Bugger me, it's cold. Dragging myself out of bed this morning was an effort worthy of the 12 labours of Hercules. If you're feeling similarly glum and frozen, a trip to Macca's may be in order: it's selling a limited-edition range of spicy sides just for winter.

McDonald's Spicy Chicken McNuggets and Spicy Shaker Fries do exactly what they say on the tin. They're a fiery take on the aforementioned menu items which have been flavoured with chilli powder.

Here's the spicy pitch from Ronald's PR minions:

Made with 100% Australian chicken breast and coated with a crisp and spicy tempura batter, the new Spicy Chicken McNuggets and Spicy Shaker Fries add an extra kick to these classic Macca’s menu items, to heat up the last few weeks of winter. McNuggets lovers can further dial up the heat with Spicy Buffalo dipping sauce or chill out their taste buds with cooling Aioli.

The Spicy Chicken McNuggets and Spicy Shaker Fries are available nationwide from today. 

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