Domino’s is preparing to compete with the likes of KFC, McDonald’s and, now, Grill’d with another launch into the chicken fast food market.
Announcing the launch of its new range, Domino’s said: “Tired of oily, deep fried chicken that leaves you feeling just as greasy? This summer enjoy more flavour and less fryer with Domino’s new Chicken range – made from 100 per cent Aussie chicken.
“Including three new pizzas—Chicken Supreme, Buffalo Chicken and Chicken Fresco—as well as Boneless Chicken Tenders and Seasoned Chicken Wings, Domino’s new chicken range is definitely worth crossing the road for.”
Domino’s is also introducing a range of new sauces, including the infamous Frank’s Red Hot sauce— because chicken isn’t complete without dipping sauce.
Domino’s Australia and New Zealand culinary innovation and development chef Michael Treacy said the Company is proud to bring Aussies fresher, tastier chicken with more flavour.
“It’s time to say goodbye to greasy, slippery, oil stained fingers! Domino’s new oven awesome chicken range is baked to perfection, meaning more flavour and crunch, without the added grease from the fryer,” Treacy said.
“Domino’s is also proud to partner with local, Aussie farmers to bring customers more of the great tasting, local produce they know and love—like 100 per cent Australian chicken.
“So, whether you’re lying poolside this summer and have a craving for chicken, or are simply looking for a tasty meal the whole family will enjoy, be sure to ‘chick’ out Domino’s new chicken range.”
Domino’s Chicken Supreme, Buffalo Chicken and Chicken Fresco pizzas are available at all stores across Australia at the special price of $15 delivered no minimum spend.
Those looking to ‘wing it’ can enjoy Domino’s’ new and improved Seasoned Chicken Wings with Hickory BBQ, Garlic Parmesan Aioli or Frank’s Red Hot sauce, or Domino’s’ new Boneless Chicken Tenders with Sweet & Sour, Smoky BBQ, Creamy Garlic Aioli and Spicy Sriracha dipping sauce.
“We promise it’s all it’s ‘cracked’ up to be,” the brand said.
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