Wingstop’s Carolina Gold Hen Sandwich includes a crispy-fried rooster filet tossed in new Carolina Gold BBQ sauce and served with pickles on a toasted brioche bun.
I purchased one for $5.49. It comes with a selection of dipping sauce.
Wingstop’s Carolina Gold BBQ sauce supplied a candy mustard base with a considerable vinegary tang and a contact of warmth. The sauce was fairly thick and sticky and fully coated the rooster filet. It made for considerably messy consuming.
The rooster filet was fairly recent out of the fryer and maintained a good crispiness regardless of being lined in sauce. The crust on the filet was pretty thick however gentle with a fair construction to it. The rooster inside was properly moist and the filet was a very good measurement (a bit of larger than the width of the bun).
The pickles added a pleasant crunch but additionally an pointless hit of salt and tang that was already provided by the Carolina Gold BBQ sauce.
The bun was sturdy however tender with a good quantity of springy resilience to it.
Taken altogether, Wingstop’s Carolina Gold Hen Sandwich turned out fairly nicely. The textures had been diversified and the sandwich was nicely put collectively. I preferred the candy and tangy mustard-BBQ sauce high quality of the sauce however may have used a extra measured strategy within the salt division.