Church’s Texas Tenders Boost Boneless Chicken Menu Offerings

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Church’s Chicken, the Atlanta, Georgia, USA-headquartered national quick service restaurant operator, has rolled out Texas Tenders. Its latest boneless chicken menu item is served up in the Tenders ‘N Shrimp meal (pictured above), a limited-time combo offering available during the Lenten period that runs through April 3.

“The evolution of our tenders with the introduction of Texas Tenders gives our guests even more reasons to choose Church’s. The new meal delivers an authentic taste of down-home cooking,” said Brian Gies, the chain’s chief marketing officer.

Texas Tenders are marinated in buttermilk, hand breaded with Church’s signature seasoning blend, and then cooked to a golden crisp. They come with Smoky Honey-Q dipping sauce to boost the flavor even more via a blend of BBQ and honey mustard with a hint of seasoning that adds a combination of sweet, heat and smoke.

While the $5 seasonal meal deal is available only for a limited time, Texas Tenders are joining the Church’s Chicken Sandwich assortment as a permanent menu item, extending the brand’s culinary innovation in the boneless chicken space.

About Church’s Chicken
Founded across the street from The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, in 1952 by George W. Church, the chain specializes in Original and Spicy Chicken prepared in small batches that are hand-battered and double-breaded. Along with sister brands Texas Chicken and Church’s Texas Chicken outside the United States, the group conducts business at more than 1,500 locations in 25 countries and international territories. Systemwide sales exceed $1 billion annually.