After seeing the popcorn chicken pizza that KFC and Pizza Hut have concocted, we have one question.
Why hasnâ€™t this happened sooner?
Fast-food heavyweights are always bringing out new ideas and is there anything better than a mash-up of two of the UKâ€™s favourite quick bites?
Well, according to a lot of you – yes, there are a lot of things youâ€™d consider as better than this.
The hybrid has been put to the test by Twitterâ€™s taste testers and the results are mixed.
The pizza isnâ€™t here to stay. Itâ€™s more of a pop-up pizza, if you will.
Itâ€™s available for just two weeks, from February 3 to February 16 and has been created for National Pizza Day on February 9.
The credentials of the hybrid pizza are pretty solid: a Pizza Hut classic crust base, KFC gravy, mozzarella cheese, sweetcorn and the one and only Colonel’s Popcorn Chicken.
Many people were all for the â€œgame changingâ€ combination, but others were frankly horrified that sweetcorn has made it onto an otherwise good pizza.
That KFC popcorn chicken pizza with the gravy base looks absolutely terrible.
â€” Jack (@J4CKMULL) February 3, 2020
One definitely not convinced person wrote: â€œThat KFC popcorn chicken pizza with the gravy base looks absolutely terrible.â€
On the contrary, one person who had tried the mixture described it as â€œgreat, obviouslyâ€ as if there was ever any doubt.
Perhaps itâ€™s the sweetcorn or the gravy base thatâ€™s putting some people off. After all, gravy isnâ€™t exactly a standard base for a pizza.
Itâ€™s a bit too, er, wet?
That hasnâ€™t stopped the masses from giving it a go and delivering their official verdicts over social media.
â€œJust ordered the KFC/Pizza Hut Popcorn Chicken Pizza. It was literally the most minging thing i’ve ever eaten in my life. Gravy base is disgusting, sweetcorn just ruins it. How do I get my money back.â€ One scathing review read.
Itâ€™s not all that cheap, either. Given that itâ€™s limited edition itâ€™s only available in large.
That means that the average pizza will set you back about Â£20. That being said, with all the deals available at the moment, savvy shoppers can try the new pizza for as little as Â£9.99.
Just in case a lifetime of advertising disclaimers haven’t got through yet… The pizza doesn’t come with food in the background, it’s just there to make the picture look pretty.
â€” KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) February 3, 2020
Earlier, KFC were forced to explain via Twitter that their pizza doesnâ€™t come with all the background food shown in their promotional images.
â€œJust in case a lifetime of advertising disclaimers haven’t got through yet… The pizza doesn’t come with food in the background, it’s just there to make the picture look pretty.â€
We have visions of angry KFC and Pizza Hut fans asking why the wooden table didnâ€™t come as part of their order.
The verdictâ€™s still out of this one, folks.
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