Industry News | October 1, 2014

Sonic Rolls Out Boneless Chicken Wings

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Sonic Drive-In is introducing all new Boneless Chicken Wings this fall. Available tossed in three sauces with flavor from ingredients like ginger, spicy red pepper flakes, lemongrass, cayenne, and chipotle, the new bite-sized wings will be available for a meal or snack any time of the day. 

Sonic’s new Boneless Chicken Wings are made with 100 percent all white-meat chicken and are available in one of three sauces: buffalo, Asian sweet chili, or barbecue.

“With our new Boneless Chicken Wings, the uniqueness of the sauces really steals the show, improving on popular flavor profiles to create a premium version of the familiar but ever-evolving chicken wing,” says chef Claes Petersson, vice president of product innovation at Sonic. “Our team of culinary experts worked carefully in the test kitchen to create these three bold signature sauces that accommodate the diverse tastes of our guests, elevating our juicy Boneless Chicken Wings beyond anything you might find at other fast food or fast casual restaurants.” 

Tossed in a sauce made with cayenne, red chili peppers, and a touch of chipotle, Buffalo Boneless Chicken Wings are a great choice for guests looking for a traditional wing flavor profile with a kick. For a more daring flavor, Asian Sweet Chili Boneless Chicken Wings are enveloped in a sauce made with soy sauce, bright, fresh ginger, lemongrass, and spicy red pepper flakes for a kick of heat. Sonic’s new Barbeque Boneless Chicken Wings are doused in sauce made with brown sugar to create a balance of sweet and savory, a great choice for those who love the classics.  

All three flavors of Sonic’s new Boneless Chicken Wings are available in packs of six, 12, or 24. Guests who order 12 or 24 Boneless Chicken Wings also have the option to mix or match two sauces to try more than one flavor. 

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