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It Seems Like Every Fast Food Chain Is Doing HOT CHICKEN, Here’s Carl’s Jr.’s Take

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Carl's Jr. just introduced a new sandwich based off Nashville, Tennessee's wildly popular Hot Chicken style.

The new Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich features a breaded chicken filet that's tossed in Nashville Hot Sauce, topped with Swiss cheese, pickles, and served on two pieces of Texas Toast.

Initial thoughts, as a photographer, I hate how this thing looked as I snapped photos of it. I know fast food burgers aren't supposed to look exactly like their promotional counterparts, but for some reason Carl's burgers almost never look that photogenic...regardless of how delicious some taste.

Messy presentation aside, the burger we got was missing one crucial element.

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Yep, ours was missing an entire piece of Texas toast. I'm partially to blame for simply opening the box and assuming there was a second bun under the initial one. Everything looked kosher from the birds eye.

According to fellow Foodbeast Elie, the sandwich itself was pretty damn tasty.

The sandwich is priced at $6.36 a la carte, though prices may vary depending on location. Not sure if the Nashville Hot Chicken sandwich is only available at select test spots or if Carl's is doing a soft release.