Mint is a well-liked flavor for candies, ice cream, and various desserts. It turns out that it would likely work as a dip for more savory dishes as well.
KFC South Korea Launches Mint Chocolate Sauce Which Tastes Both Sweet & Salty
A new dipping sauce for their fried chicken with a mint chocolate flavor has been introduced by KFC South Korea. Photos of the unusual condiment reveal that it has a bright mint tone, not similar to toothpaste
Although it sounds and looks strange, perhaps minty fried chicken isn't such a horrible idea.
KFC South Korea is providing a Mint Choco Dipping Sauce in association with food delivery service Baedal Minjok, or Baemin.
The Korea Herald attributes the sauce's flavor to a blend of "rich and sweet chocolate" and "fresh mint," citing the fast food restaurant.
What does it taste like when it is applied to fried chicken, though?
The sauce, which has an agreed service level to a thick spread or soup, will be sold at a few locations in South Korea until August 8.
Customers can get the Mint Choco Dipping Sauce in-store, through the KFC delivery app, or separately from combo meals.
According to The Edit Korea, a small tub costs approximately $0.95. (900 Korean Won).
The rich sweetness of the chocolate and the saltiness of the chicken, according to foodies who have tried the unusual sauce with their fried chicken, will overload your taste senses.
It supposedly doesn't taste at all like toothpaste, contrary to what most people might think.
If you enjoy minty flavors a lot, you might enjoy it.
Even some brave internet users tried consuming the sauce with fries and hamburgers. Naturally, it tastes best when combined with other sweet foods, like biscuits.
A little less than a dollar is a little sum to pay for a meal experience that is both interesting and Instagrammable.
It's now only accessible in South Korea, but we want to be able to try a comparable version closer to home so that we can express our honest opinion.