The Burger King Secret Menu Combo You Need To Try
The next time you swing by your local Burger King in singular style, do keep this little morsel in your back pocket: Although the menu offers some pretty tantalizing options, it also happens to be hiding several secret items that will almost certainly tempt your tastebuds.
The original "Home of the Whopper," Burger King has been serving up flame-grilled burgers since 1954. The chain currently serves over 11 million hungry fans every day. According to Fast Food Nutrition, the most popular Burger King item on the menu is, in fact, the aforementioned Whopper. That's followed by their tasty fries. As you may know, the Whopper boasts a quarter-pound, flame-grilled beef patty, which is nestled on a sesame seed bun and piled high with tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, ketchup, pickles, and white onions. No wonder it's their top seller.
As for their French fries, Burger King has been tinkering with the recipe for ages. In 2011 they created a fry that's slightly thicker and less salty. According to the website Very Well Fit, the value size order of fries is the least unhealthy side on the entire menu, clocking in at a mere 220 calories, 10 grams of fat, 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 330 milligrams of sodium, 3 grams of protein, and no sugar.
Delicious as all these fries may be, let it be known that Burger King is cooking up something doubly delicious in the back. It's a secret menu item that's salty, savory, and ever-so satisfying. And you should ask for it by name - simply because you can!
Listen closely, because this snack is even tastier than the already delicious sum of its parts. Burger King's aforementioned fries, clearly revered, are indeed golden and crisp. But so are Burger King's mouthwatering onion rings. These things are so delicious, Burger King can't resist putting them in their burgers, and who are we to complain? Especially when our mouths are full...
But hold the phone. Hold the mayo. Hold your horses. Hold everything. Wouldn't it be great if you could combine these celebrated fries with these equally awesome onion rings? Oh but you can, and that's the matter that concerns us today. According to the website HackTheMenu, you just have to tell the cashier that you want an order of Frings. Yes, Frings. Before you know it, you'll get an order that's half fries and half rings. According to a website improbably called Burger King Fandom,
"[Frings are] the best of both worlds."
Let the record show that Frings are available in many sizes: Value, Small, Medium, and Large. The website Secret Menus says they're perfect for folks who can't decide between the two fried treats. And you don't even have to ask for these "Frings" … you can simply request an order of half onion rings and half French fries, but what's the fun of that? We strongly recommend chirping the word "Frings" in the cashier's face... if only to add some spice and sizzle to their day. However, please note that a large order of onion rings is the least nutritious side at Burger King, at least if the Very Well website can be believed. A serving of onion rings packs 500 calories, 25 grams of fat, 4.5 grams of saturated fat, 1310 milligrams of sodium, and 7 grams of sugar. Sounds like a half order is a wholly smart move.
But how best to enjoy your secret combo snack? Now that you're about to have an order of Frings in your hot little hands, you should sit down, take stock, and strongly consider dipping them in something other than ketchup. Spoon University recommends using Burger King's Zesty sauce; a blend of mayonnaise, horseradish, ketchup, and mustard. You won't have to ask us twice.
So there you have it: You've got the fries, you've got the rings, and now you have endless ways to enjoy them both at the same time. Thanks to innovative secret menu combos, we really can "have it our way" at Burger King. What a time to be alive, eh?
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