Bojangles’ Taking Orders for Seasoned Fried Turkeys

    Industry News | November 13, 2017
    Delight guests with a Bojangles' seasoned fried turkey this Thanksgiving.


    This Thanksgiving, leave your turkey day to Bojangles’. The restaurant will take care of everything, starting with the family favorite, one-of-a-kind Bojangles’ Seasoned Fried Turkey.

    Serving up to eight family members, the Seasoned Fried Turkey is a fully cooked heat-and-serve product, prepared using Bojangles’ proprietary seasoning. Oven-baked then fried, the turkey is then vacuum-sealed and frozen to lock in freshness and that authentic, Cajun-inspired flavor.

    Bojangles’ says it will probably run out of turkeys. You can pre-order a turkey from your local participating Bojangles’. You can also create an amazing Thanksgiving when you add Bojangles’ holiday favorites like our Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans, Bojangles’ Cajun Pintos, Mac ‘n Cheese, Bojangles’ Dirty Rice, and of course, the made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits. And for dessert, try Bojangles’ hidden gem—the individual baked sweet potato pies.

    “If you enjoy spending time with family and friends and savoring quality food without hours of tiring prep work, you need to grab a Bojangles’ Seasoned Fried Turkey,” says Grant Springer, senior director and had of culinary innovation at Bojangles’. “It seems like everyone is selling turkeys this holiday season, but we guarantee you’ll be able to taste the excellence of our incredibly popular, delicious turkey.”

    Once Thanksgiving is done, what are you going to do with that fridge full of leftovers? Visit The Spork Report to learn how you can turn leftovers into recipes that may just become your post-Thanksgiving family tradition. Visit or download Bojangles’ BoRewards app (available in the Apple App Store and Google Play store) to find your nearest Bojangles’ location. Pricing for Bojangles’ Seasoned Fried Turkey begins at $39.99 at participating locations only. Pricing and participation may vary by location.

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