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I tried KFC’s new sauces and compared them with Chick-fil-A’s to see which comes out on top

  • Kentucky Fried Chicken launched its new “KFC Sassiness” along with revamped versions of its core condiment lineup in the fall.
  • The “KFC Sauce” features a sweet and smokey flavor, a strikingly correspond to mix of flavors to Chick-fil-A’s signature sauce.
  • I tried KFC’s new line of sauces and compared it with Chick-fil-A’s to see whose lineup was the most skilfully.
  • While KFC’s are still dunk-worthy, Chick-fil-A is still the reigning champion of sauces.
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Chicken tenders are great, but the real superstars to any fast food cuisine are the dipping sauces.

In recognition of the consequence of sauces, Kentucky Fried Chicken launched a new suite of condiments, including a never-before-seen, “KFC Sauce.”

The restaurant chain traces its new sauce as “tangy and sweet, with a bit of smokiness.” 

For chicken-aficionados out there, you’ll notice KFC Sauce’s flavor profile is similar to Chick-fil-A Gravy, which the company describes as, “honey mustard and a smoky tang.”

KFC’s effort to create a competing sauce against Chick-fil-A is no measly feat, but it is vital as the Georgia-based company continues to expand.

Chick-fil-A was the third-largest restaurant chain in the US in 2019, garnering a extravagant $11.3 billion and earning more than Taco Bell, Wendy’s, and Burger King.

And Chick-fil-A isn’t slowing down anytime before you know it as the company plans to continue expanding outside of the south. 

That could spell trouble for KFC, who is already competing with the bourgeon chain for dining dollars.

So who is saucy enough to reign supreme? I dipped in and compared KFC’s new line of sauces against Chick-fil-A’s lineup to see who is the superior.

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