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  • As part of a special promotion, Dominos was offering these for $5 with the purchase of a pizza, and I decided to give them a try
  • I was impressed to find that they were all white meat chicken inside, though
  • I found the Chicken Kickers to be spicy enough on their own, and did not use much of the spicy Buffalo sauce that was included
  • I would normally not recommend them to others, but simply because they were a mediocre snack that wouldn't come to mind with the phrase good food

    • by blunderkind
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      As a nice complement to their pizza, Dominos came out with various chicken snacks, such as Buffalo wings, averaging in price around $8 for a 10-piece box. One such snack is the “Chicken Kickers” box, a 10-piece box of boneless Buffalo chicken bites that include two kinds of sauce - a hot Buffalo sauce and a mild ranch sauce. As part of a special promotion, Dominos was offering these for $5 with the purchase of a pizza, and I decided to give them a try.

      They came hot in the box, wrapped in foil. I got the impression from looking at and tasting them that the restaurant gets them frozen, then


      places them in the foil in an oven to reheat them. The breading was very crumbly, coming off of the meat in chunks, but had a good amount of seasoning on it, which made it reddish in color with black pepper flakes. My ten pieces were about the size of chicken nuggets from the average fast food place - not all that impressive, considering the usual $8 price tag. Some of the pieces were quite small, barely an inch across, while the biggest pieces were just under three inches. In terms of quantity, these would just be enough for one person eating them as an entree, not quite enough ...

      • for two people having them as an appetizer.

        I was impressed to find that they were all white meat chicken inside, though. They tasted like frozen food, but the meat was still good quality and not the heavily processed substance often found in fast food chicken nuggets. I found the Chicken Kickers to be spicy enough on their own, and did not use much of the spicy Buffalo sauce that was included. Instead, I opted for the occasional taste of the ranch dipping sauce, which countered the spicy barbecue-like flavor of the nuggets nicely. Between two people, they went pretty quickly, and left quite a crumbly mess behind.

        As

        a snack, or an add-on with a medium pizza shared between two people, these Chicken Kickers were nice. They certainly were not worth the $8 price tag they usually include, but at the sale price of $5, they were a decent snack. I would normally not recommend them to others, but simply because they were a mediocre snack that wouldn’t come to mind with the phrase “good food.” These certainly weren’t bad chicken nuggets, but when thinking about how I want to spend my money, many other things come to mind ahead of these. I would give them a six out of ten, for being mediocre, but still pretty tasty.




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