Just when you thought KFC couldn’t get any better, they pull this absolute beast out of the bag.
Chicken fans can now get their hands on a double chicken zinger burger with gravy and garlic sauce, also known as the ‘Hacker’ burger.
The Colonel himself revealed the cheeky little menu trick, which allows you to create one of the most incredible burgers known to man.
Unfortunately you can’t just order the burger off the menu, you have to put together a few different items and assemble it yourself - it definitely looks worth it, however.
The chain revealed the burger as part of their National Fried Chicken Day celebrations last Saturday, July 6th.
And the good news is, if it takes off they could make it a permanent part of their menu by this time next year.
A KFC spokesperson said:
We just had to go big for national fried chicken day. And what better way to celebrate than with a burger in honour of the real chicken aficionados? Our fans always tell us about their favourite KFC items, so it was only fitting to put them all together for the ultimate national fried chicken day treat.
Here’s how you can make the Hacker Burger:
-First get a Zinger Tower Burger without the mayo or salsa.
-Then buy a Mini Fillet Burger without the mayo, a pot of gravy, and garlic mayo sauce.
-Now to start assembling - begin by deconstructing the Zinger Tower Burger and placing all the contents to one side.
-Then take the bottom bun and add a layer of garlic mayo, before placing the lettuce from the Zinger burger on top of it.
-Next add the Zinger fillet with another layer of garlic mayo on top of it, quickly followed by the hashbrown and cheese.
-After that add the mini fillet and a layer of gravy.
-If you splashed out on extra cheese, this is the time to add it in. If not, simply finish with more lettuce from the mini fillet burger.
-To finish off place your Zinger burger bun on top and get stuck in.
The bad news is the Hacker doesn’t come cheap, and while the price varies from restaurant to restaurant, according to reports it’ll cost you £7.67 down in London.