Industry News | February 19, 2015

Church's Chicken Serves New Butterfly Shrimp Meal for Lent

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Church’s Chicken is offering a new Butterfly Shrimp Meal this Lenten season. The larger shrimp offering is full of flavor and available at all participating Church’s restaurants for a limited time.

“Lent is a perfect time to give our guests a taste of other great dishes that we make in small batches and serve hot-to-order,” says Adam Tabachnikoff, vice president of activation and product marketing for Church’s Chicken. “This year, we stepped up our culinary game and introduced a bigger and better shrimp offering, while also bringing back a fan favorite with our fish fillets. Both limited-time seafood feasts are perfectly paired with our honey-butter biscuits and fries.”

The seafood meals are available now and through April 5, 2015. The Butterfly Shrimp Meal features eight tender, marinated shrimp that are fried to a golden brown and served with Church’s signature honey-butter biscuit, fries, and a tangy cocktail sauce. The Butterfly Shrimp replaces last year’s popcorn shrimp.

Church’s also brought back by popular demand the Fish Fillet Meal. The meal features two flaky Pollock fillets that are fried and served with the honey-butter biscuit, fries, and a creamy tartar sauce. For an extra kick, add some complimentary Texas Pete hot sauce to spice up either meal.

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