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Jack In The Box's New 'Burger Dippers' Convert The Sandwich Into French Fry Form

Fast food's ever-evolving definition of what constitutes a "fry" has expanded to proteins like chicken in the past, but we've never seen an entire burger converted into French fry form.

Jack in the Box appears to be doing just that with their latest test item. Called "Burger Dippers," they have a texture similar to a "chicken nugget," according to Luke from The Sacramento Food Review. The outer coating appears to be dotted with sesame seeds, further evoking that burger feel. Luke wasn't too impressed with the Dippers otherwise, saying in a full review that the taste felt "artificial."

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Foodbeast has gotten confirmation from Jack in the Box that these are a limited-time test item in the Sacramento area. The new item is supposed to have all of the flavor of a cheeseburger, but in the form of an easily dippable french fry.

According to a Jack in the Box representative from one of the test locations, the inside of the Burger Dippers consists of a hamburger patty, and they can be served with ketchup or ranch upon request.

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The Burger Dippers will be available until March 31st, and available in a pack of 4 for $2.50 or as part of a $6 Munchie Meal.

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UPDATE: Apparently, these Burger Dippers are quite similar to the McFry, a 2015 creation from the mind of fellow Foodbeast Tym Bussanich. You can view his original concept here.