McDonalds is launching an Indian chicken burger with garlic naan as the bun

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Just when we thought McDonalds couldnt possibly improve its menu, the fast food chain has announced it will be launching a new Indian-inspired product.

The delicious new creation?

An Indian chicken sandwich served with a garlic naan bun.

The brand new burger will be made up of two Chicken Selects with an Indian-style relish, garlic mayo, red onion, lettuce and cucumber. Delicious.

Instead of a traditional sesame bun, two small garlic naans will sandwich the filling.

Set to arrive in McDonalds stores on Wednesday 25 September, customers will be able to get their hands on the limited edition burger until 22 October.

The new treat will set hungry customers back £4.19 for an individual burger, or £5.89 if they opt for it in a medium meal.

The mouthwatering new item runs as part of McDonalds Great Tastes of the World promotion, which explores different flavours from around the globe.



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Other burgers on offer in the promotion include old favourites such as the French Stack with garlic mayo, as well as the Jamaican chicken with a spicy jerk sauce.

Maccy Ds will also be releasing a new version of its Canadian Melt – the renamed Canadian Stack (available from 9 to 22 October) – which was last seen on the menu in 2015. Its set to feature a new bun, maple BBQ sauce, two beef burgers, cheese, and smokey bacon.

Of the new products, the Indian chicken burger is more forgiving for those counting calories, coming in at 590 calories compared to 696 for a Canadian Stack.

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