KFC commemorates Malaysia’s independence day with revamped spicy burger

The item is available across all stores nationwide.

To commemorate Malaysia’s independence day on August 31, KFC has unveiled a brand new, limited-time only Extra Hot & Spicy burger.

Promising a spicier and crunchier flavour, the item sees fresh chicken pieces marinated in a new seasoned marinade recipe, then double hand-breaded with their new spice mix.

“As a brand inspired by Malaysians, made by Malaysians for Malaysians, KFC always looks forward to celebrat[ing] the patriotic season with something special for our fans. We know you love our Hot & Spicy chicken, hence we’re bringing the extra heat for the celebration by leveling up its spiciness!” said Chan May Ling, chief marketing officer, KFC Malaysia.

They also added Kentang Goncang, which is their fries paired with the spicier seasoning.

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