The sports restaurant franchise adds flair to its menu with new item Wings of Fury.
As the Millennial generation continues to influence the restaurant scene, more and more franchises are incorporating bold flavors into their menus to capture trends and provide a greater variety and cultural experience.
As reported by Nation’s Restaurant News recently, Indian flavors, spices, and techniques have emerged as a popular trend. According to Datassential MenuTrends, the number of non-Indian restaurants offering an Indian item or flavor has increased by 16 percent over the last four years and a whopping 63 percent over the last nine years. Buffalo Wings & Rings, a growing franchise concept based in Cincinnati, rolled out a brand new LTO menu that featured an Indian-inspired dish, their Wings of Fury.
Buffalo Wings & Rings R&D Chef Elliot Jablonsky told Nation’s Restaurant News reporter Fern Glazer, “We are always looking for bold flavors that are different. With that in mind, curry has been around for a while, and there are a lot of variations, but we wanted to give it our own spin. I tried curry back in 2009 and no one bit at the time. All of a sudden this is really taking off.”
Jablonsky created the wings by using a curry powder dry rub and topping the wings with Sriracha sauce. The Wings of Fury, and the fall LTO menu, will be around as long as supplies last.
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