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    Dairy Queen Launches Honey Hot Glazed Chicken Strip Basket for Limited Time

  • Industry News February 15, 2018
    Dairy Queen
    Dairy Queen's chicken strips, made with the succulent 100 percent all white meat chicken tenderloins, are sauced and tossed in a honey hot glaze that combines sweetness from honey and heat from Frank’s RedHot.

    New bolder flavors are on the menu at Dairy Queen this month with the addition of the new Honey Hot Glazed Chicken Strip Basket available at participating DQ and DQ Grill & Chill locations nationwide for a limited time only.

    Fans will enjoy a unique fusion of sweet heat with the Honey Hot Glazed Chicken Strip Basket, the only chicken strip meal with wing joint status. The chicken strips, made with the succulent 100 percent all white meat chicken tenderloins, are sauced and tossed in a honey hot glaze that combines sweetness from honey and heat from Frank’s RedHot, a hot sauce made from a variety of cayenne peppers, produced by McCormick. The hot and spicy chicken strips are served in a basket with Texas toast, crispy fries, Ranch dipping sauce and a wet napkin.

    “Quality is at the core of all food innovations coming from the DQ kitchen,” says Maria Hokanson, Executive Vice President of Marketing for American Dairy Queen Corporation (ADQ). “We are known for our delicious chicken tenderloin strips and savory taste experiences. The new Honey Hot Glazed Chicken Strip Basket combines both. We are rewarding our ‘basket fanatics’ with an exciting new flavor profile.”

    The Dairy Queen system, a Berkshire Hathaway company, also is featuring the Dipped Strawberry Blizzard Treat Made With Ghirardelli in February. It’s a sweet and crunchy blend of strawberry topping and rich dark chunks blended with creamy DQ vanilla soft serve. Blizzard Treats are made to order and so thick they are served upside down in four sizes, including the popular Mini.

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