To find out how these flavoured chicken chunks compare to the potato chips, I put them both to the test and this is my honest opinion.
Burger King's All Dressed Nuggets Review
My first impression of this product is that the smell is overwhelming, to say the least.
It has a smokey undertone but it is so strong that it almost hurt my nose.
Then there's the taste.
There is no real distinguishable or identifiable flavour here other than they were salty and a bit smokey.
They definitely had more flavour than Burger King's regular nuggets, but that's not necessarily a good thing.
I personally didn't enjoy the flavour of these and would not recommend them.
Burger King's All Dressed Nuggets vs Ruffles All Dressed Chips
Even though I will not be ordering these again, they weren't a complete fail.
To see if they nailed it on the all dressed idea, I compared these nuggets to Ruffles chips of the same flavour and there were some similarities.
For starters, the commercials and branding for this new menu item were purple, which is the same colour that Ruffles uses on the bags for all dressed chips and even the same colour No Name uses for the flavour. I'm not sure who decided that purple equals all dressed, but I'm not mad at it.
As for the taste, both the nuggets and the chips had that indistinguishable flavour where you don't really know what you're tasting.
The only difference I picked up on was Burger King's selection was more BBQ and Ruffles was more vinegar.
Burger King's All Dressed Nugget Ingredients
This is the age-old issue with all dressed chips. You can't just look at the ingredient list to figure out what all the dressings are.
The restaurant's website isn't much help here either.
The information they do provide, though, is that there are 543.6 calories in 10 pieces as well as 38.9 grams of fat.