KFC lovers can now make their own Chicken Zinger burger at home – thanks to Aldi.
The supermarket has created a combination of its products which replicate the famous dish at home.
The ingredients consist of its brioche burger buns (89p for a pack of 4), flamin’ breaded chicken thigh burger (£2.99 for a pack of 2), mayonnaise (69p for 500ml bottle) and romaine lettuce for 72p.
The total comes to £5.29 – which means you can create two KFC burgers at home for just £2.64.
You could do the same at Sainsbury’s, Morrison’s and Asda – but swap the zinger burger for a southern fried chicken breast and non-seedless brioche buns instead.
Asda comes out on top for this version – with their 41p 500ml mayonnaise, £1 romaine lettuce, £1.85 two fried chicken breasts and 90p buns (four pack) costing just £4.16.
It’s followed by Morrisons, whose 500g jar of mayonnaise, £1 romaine lettuce, £2.25 fried chicken breast two pack and 90p four-pack of brioche buns would set you back £5.15.
Sainsbury is the most expensive, coming in at £5.54 with its 59p 500ml jar of mayonnaise, £1 romaine lettuce, £3 for southern fried chicken two pack and 95p brioche buns.
Tesco and Lidl did not have all the items listed online with prices so we were unable to include them in the comparison.
It comes as KFC revealed it is planning to open 80 branches for delivery just weeks after shutting its stores during the pandemic.
McDonald’s announced yesterday tells staff it’s getting ready to reopen as PPE and social distancing tests start this week.
And peri-peri chicken fans are bound to be delighted after Nando’s reopened six restaurants for delivery after coronavirus lockdown closures.
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