Texas Chicken’s Sambal Chicken is back and better than ever!
Though we may all have a fried chicken joint that we swear by, it cannot be denied that Texas Chicken’s fried chicken are always fresh, large, and supremely juicy. Now imagine those thicc, golden brown chicken pieces bathed in fiery red sambal sauces. It’s a perfect union of hearty and spicy – in other words, it’s a match made in heaven.
For a limited time only, Texas Chicken will be bringing back their Texas Chicken Sambal, this time with a new and improved flavour.
The Texas Chicken Sambal is coated with a piquant sambal sauce made with an original recipe of sambal paste, lemongrass, turmeric powder, assam juice, shallots and other spices, to give it a well-rounded, appetizing flavour. You’ll find yourself unable to stop eating once you’ve sunk your teeth into the crunchy skin and allowed the aromatic spices to fill your palate!
As part of the “Get Sambalz” menu, you can order some fragrant chicken rice to go along with your spicy fried chicken. Priced from $8.40, the 1-piece Sambal Chicken and Rice set will get you one sambal Chicken, one chicken flavoured rice, one coleslaw, and one regular Sjora Mango Peach.
Alternatively, if you want to go all-in on chicken, then you can order the 2-piece Sambal Chicken combo (from $9.80). It comes with two pieces of sambal chicken, one small mashed potato, one honey butter biscuit, and one regular Sjora Mango Peach.
For sharing, Texas Chicken is offering the 5-piece Combo Meal and the 8-piece Sambal Chicken Bundle, priced from $27.90 and $49.90 respectively.
To cool your tongue after the fiery feast you just had, you can order the refreshing Chendol Gula Melaka Soft Serve Sprinkled with Sea Salt, priced from $2.50. This creamy coconut soft serve ice cream is topped with red beans, pandan green jelly strips, and drizzled with thick gula melaka syrup plus a sprinkling of sea salt.
Texas Chicken is Halal-certified, so our Muslim friends will find the hearty Chicken Sambal to be perfect for breaking fast during this Ramadan period.
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