FAST FOOD NEWS: Jack in the Box Food Truck Series Sandwiches

Jack in the Box Food Truck Series

Jack in the Box is now offering three new sandwiches that have been inspired by food truck cuisine.

The Asian Fried Chicken Sandwich features crispy all white meat chicken strips, crunchy Asian slaw, cucumbers, and a bold gochujang mayo on a toasted baguette. It has 660 calories, 27 grams of fat, 5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 1590 milligrams of sodium, 80 grams of carbohydrates, and 26 grams of protein.

Next up is the Prime Rib Cheesesteak that has prime rib steak strips that have been grilled with garlic butter, peppers, onions, and provolone cheese on a toasted baguette. This sandwich has 680 calories, 39 grams of fat, 17 grams of saturated fat, 1 gram of trans fat, 1460 milligrams of sodium, 57 grams of carbohydrates, and 28 grams of protein.

Finally, there’s the Pork Belly BLT. It’s built with two slabs of seared pork belly, green leaf lettuce, and tomatoes on a toasted baguette. It has 630 calories, 35 grams of fat, 13 grams of saturated fat, 1560 milligrams of sodium, 56 grams of carbohydrates, and 27 grams of protein.

If you’ve tried any of them, let us know what you think in the comments.

(Image via Jack in the Box’s website.)

7 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Jack in the Box Food Truck Series Sandwiches”

  1. BLT– YUM.
    Pro: Bacon thickness is perfect, great balance of fat/pork.
    Con: Balance of sandwich was not anything new so just ate the bacon,
    Con: bread wasn’t really “toasted”
    Knowing I had a couple more sandwiches on deck, I ended up taking the bacon off, individually, dipping them in the yummy sandwich sauce.

    Asian Chix
    Pro: By far the most impressive flavors from a “fast food” shop
    Pro: Chicken breading was good, chicken not too thick
    Pro: Great job on slaw/cucumbers/sauce- YUM
    Cons: I really like “toasted” so wasn’t really toasted, ended up peeling the bottom bun and ate like an open faced sandwich.

  2. I had the AC and the Philly. The Philly was the smaller of the two, due to lack of produce, but was very good, albieit, a tad salty. Haven’t tried the BLT yet, but plan to.

  3. Tried the Asian chicken, not bad but very small. Consider this a ripoff because they should at least be the equivelence of a a 6 inch sub for the price. Measured mine was just over 4 inches long.

    Jack in the box has a bad habit of showing their sandwiches as large and what you get are tiny offerings.

  4. Just tried the Asian Chicken. Is that what they call “false advertising”? Martha, look out, you should not have your name linked to this sandwich. Most important is not a baguette, just tasteless, soft bread AND not toasted. Then, such a small portion of cabbage, I’m glad I had my glasses on so I could find it because, for sure, I couldn’t taste it. As far as I know cabbage it was like cents per pound. And I say cabbage because there were no julienne carrots and the cucumber was MIA. The sauce is ok, nothing I would crave if I never have again. And agreeing with the other comments, very small, more like two sliders together – I could have had those for $2.00!

    Nice try for something different but NO, don’t waste your money. Find the nearest food truck.

  5. I had the Prime Rib Cheesesteak aka Philly. The beef chunks were thick some were half inch. thick, half wide, 1.5 inch. long. That’s too big. I’d like with thinner cuts like a Philly. Bread was toasted nicely, but needed to be less to match the meat ratio. My guess is to make the sandwich appear larger. Costs $4.99. That the general price for Fast Food gourmet burgers in Calif.

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