For Popeyes latest chicken creation, their Wild Pepper Tenderloins, they brought together a blend of three spices from around the world — habanero from Ecuador, Szechuan from China, and Aji amarillo from Peru.
The Wild Pepper Tenderloins are four all white meat chicken tenderloins marinated in the previously mentioned peppers. Then they’re battered, breaded, and fried. For $4.99, it’s served with a regular side, a biscuit, and Popeyes’ new Red Hot Honey sauce.
Popeyes’ Wild Pepper Tenderloins are available at participating locations until October 25.
If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
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2 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Popeyes Wild Pepper Tenderloins”
The wild pepper tenderloin chicken was terrible. The flavor was of garlic not spice of peppers. If I knew that I would never ordered them.
They were nasty as hell and had a horrible after taste gross I asked for them to just give me spicy strips instead and they didnt even have the red hot honey sauce to go with them
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