KFC's Newest 'Chizza' Takes Flavor Cues from Traditional Bulgogi

 - May 31, 2017
References: prtimes.jp & en.rocketnews24
Following the release of its first-ever 'Chizza,' KFC is introducing a flavorful new food hybrid.

KFC's Chizza uses a round piece of fried chicken as a replacement for pizza crust, which is served with a variety of regular pizza toppings. While the first Chizza introduced a rather classic mix of marinara sauce, meat and mozzarella, the newest Chizza takes its culinary inspiration from Korea.

The all-new Chizza flavor takes cues from a traditional Korean dish called bulgogi. As such, the fried chicken pizza is loaded with portions of beef, chicken, spinach, mayonnaise and a generous amount of melted cheese to make it a true pizza. The experimental pizza-inspired chicken product will only be available from KFC in Japan as long as supply permits.