There are many reasons for the popularity of fast food. Unconscious mashups, incorrect holiday respects, and irreconcilable deviations from the restaurant’s main products are just a few ways fast food chains around the world embarrass themselves and make customers sick Bon Appetite.
Replacing something typically bread-based with something other than bread? Sounds like a job for KFC (see items #10 and #1 on this list).
Generously described by The Independent as a “low-calorie, high-protein” pizza, the Chizza is among the most creatively named, albeit least appetizing, of KFC’s bread-substituting bonanzas. It’s pretty much exactly what it sounds like: fried chicken covered with mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce, shaped (sort of) like a pizza. It’s basically a chicken parmesan if Italian cuisine was misguidedly entrusted to a cracker from Kentucky.
No bread? No problem for those sprinting toward a diabetic death. The Chizza contains nearly 700 calories and 38 grams of fat. And that’s before customers top if off with their choice of ham, pineapple or extra sauce. The Colonel likes Hawaiian pizza – who knew?
The simplistic recipe sent people with way too much time on their hands into a fervor, with Tweets including “The KFC Chizza is literally a piece of chicken meat & toppings DONT [sic] BE FOOLED.” The Chizza was initially introduced as a “limited time only” option at KFC locations in Singapore. It then expanded to India and finally Saudi Arabia, where it enjoyed more rights than women.