Boston Market is throwing in their bid for best chicken nuggets in fast food by introducing their rotisserie chicken nuggets.
Since opening in 1985, Boston Market has always been known for its rotisserie chicken. Now, the chain is taking things a step further by transforming its signature chicken into bite-size boneless chunks that can be eaten on the go.
Unlike traditional nuggets, Boston Market will not be frying them. The company is aiming for a “healthier than fried” alternative with the same flavor that customers have grown to love over the years. The all-white meat chicken pieces are roasted in the same rotisserie oven as the full chickens and will be available in signature or spicy.
“The Rotisserie Chicken Nuggets will set the new standard for nuggets,” said Jay Pandya, president and chief rotisserie expert for Boston Market.
The nuggets serve as the restaurant chain’s first hand-held option in a specially designed “nugget cup.”
The new snack is now available at all 315 Boston Market locations nationwide. Those wanting to try the new delicacy by itself can grab a five-piece for just $3.30. If you need a few extra chicken nuggets to get you through the day, an eight-piece is available at $5.20, with the 12-piece going for $7.65. You may also make them a meal or grab a platter of 80, beginning at $59.99. Don’t forget to request one of Boston Market’s delicious dipping sauces to complete your meal.