Garlic butter is an awesome food combination. The creaminess of butter allows garlic’s sharp taste to mellow, giving a deep savory flavor with just a hint of sweetness. It’s also versatile: you can use this combo in a lot of dishes, including roast chicken. That’s what Kenny Rogers Roasters did and they’re bringing back its Garlic Butter Roast!
Picture this: crispy and flavorful skin on the outside, juicy meat on the inside, and the delicious flavors of butter, garlic, herbs, and spices in each bite. That’s what the Kenny Rogers Garlic Butter Roast experience is like.
The Garlic Butter Roast is not only packed with flavor, but its ingredients are also healthy. For one, garlic is incredibly nutritious as it can help boost your immune system. And butter? It just makes everything better! It is rich in nutrients and essential vitamins your body needs. More than that, the chicken is roasted slowly in a rotisserie, making the meat soft and juicy in every bite.
You can order Kenny Rogers’ Garlic Butter Roast in two ways:
Solo Plate B comes with a quarter garlic butter chicken, two side dishes, rice, and Kenny Rogers’ ever-famous homemade muffin for only P305. I can write a separate entry on just the corn muffins. I am obsessed with them.
If you want to order for a lot of people, try the Garlic Butter Group Meal. This has a whole garlic butter chicken, four side dishes, four rice, homemade muffins, and a 1.5 liter of Pepsi for P1,060. Every garlic butter chicken is served with garlic butter sauce and peppered garlic-potato garnish.
If you’re going to try the Garlic Butter Roast, pair it with Kenny Rogers’ two new side dishes. Orzo Salad comes with rice-shaped orzo pasta mixed with tomatoes and sweet tangy dressing. The crunchy and tasty Cauliflower Gratin is made up of baked cauliflower and white sauce mixed with melted cheese.
This is only for a limited time so try it when you can!
This story is in partnership with Kenny Rogers Roasters. Order now via the website or call their hotline at 8-555-9000. You may also have it via GrabFood or foodpanda. For more information, follow them on Facebook and YouTube.