NEWS: Popeyes Rol’n Out Dip’n Chick’n

This week, Popeyes, a place most of you have probably never eaten at, launched their new Dip’n Chick’n for a limited time. The new menu item is made up of chicken breast medallions marinated in Louisiana herbs, breaded, and fried.

Dip’n Chick’n follows Popeyes’ August limited time offer menu item, Rip’n Chick’n, which were partially cut chicken breasts marinated in a blend of chilies and peppers and served with a ranch dipping sauce. If Dip’n Chick’n becomes successful, we might see other boneless chicken breast variations with dipping sauces later this year or next year.

Using my rhyming ability, which I gained from reading a lot of Dr. Seuss and listening to my favorite hip-hop group of all time, A Tribe Called Quest, I going to guess future variations could be Chip’n Chick’n, Drip’n Chick’n, Strip’n Chick’n, Trip’n Chick’n, Grip’n Chick’n, Clip’n Chick’n, Flip’n Chick’n, or Tip’n Chick’n.

Popeyes’ Dip’n Chick’n also comes with a double-sized portion of blackened ranch dipping sauce, Cajun fries and a biscuit. It has a suggested price of $3.99.

6 thoughts to “NEWS: Popeyes Rol’n Out Dip’n Chick’n”

  1. Is this in America? Wondering because that is a screen from Korea. I guess it doesn’t make sense to have Korea be a test market, but it seems strange to use that pic.

    1. Just a little known piece of trivia about Korea that most Americans do not know about; South Korea loves fried chicken! It is very popular there. That is why there are numerous Popeye’s there. Not a lot of people know this though. There are even Korean fried chicken commercials on Youtube. Look it up if you don’t believe me.

      1. Numerous? There’s maybe 5. But you are right on the other parts. Koreans love fried chicken, and beer to go with it. In fact, Korean fried chicken is probably the best fried chicken I ever had, and the fact that they will even deliver to your house (and ordering beer!) is a plus.

  2. Why would most of us probably have never eaten at Popeyes? They have over 2000 locations. But, ironically, I’ve never been to Popeyes (there are some in my area, just not near my usual stomping grounds.)

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