To put her own spin on the traditional Caesar salad, Chick-fil-A chef Christy Cook added kale to complement the romaine base, developed the accompanying vinaigrette, and serves the salad with lemon wedges and a lemon parmesan panko topping.
“We wanted to create a modern version of a Caesar salad with a refreshing twist,” Cook said in the press release. “And we also wanted a salad that would spotlight our warm Grilled Nuggets.”
The new salad is available for a limited time at participating Chick-fil-As, while supplies last.
Chick-fil-A is also adding a beverage to the menu, but this addition is permanent.
Also starting Monday, a popular item that was never officially on the menu gets a name a place on the big board. Chick-fil-A Sunjoy is a combination of the restaurant’s lemonade and sweet iced tea.
Chick-fil-A, which began in Hapeville in 1946 as a Truett Cathy’s tiny diner, is now the largest chicken chain and the third largest fast food restaurant chain in the country.