Two or Four Combo Meals with Sandwich, Fries, and Drink at Frenchy's Chicken (36% Off)

Frenchys Chicken

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$13.98 36% $4.98
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In a Nutshell

Po’ boys stuffed with chicken, catfish, or Creole-style sausage are served with fries and a drink

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid for Dine-in and carryout. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at 566 FM 1960 W. and 202 Sawdust Rd. locations. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers, specials or discounts. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $9 for Two Combo Meals including Sandwich, Fries, and Drink ($13.98 value)
  • $18 for Four Combo Meals including Sandwich, Fries, and Drink ($27.96 value)

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Deep-Frying: Boiling Food from Within

You’d think fried foods—submerged in boiling-hot fat—would be soggy in the middle, but they aren’t. Read on to discover the science that makes deep-frying possible.

Despite cooking while submerged in vats of bubbling oil, deep-fried foods always seem protected from grease on the inside. Crisp french fries somehow maintain a fluffy interior, and the meat of a fried chicken breast magically retains its tenderness within the crunchy skin. The reason for this is simple: water and oil don’t mix. When pieces of potato, cod, or candy bar enter a deep fryer, the oil—so long as it’s hot enough (usually 345–375 degrees)—almost immediately boils the water within the food, forcing it to escape to the surface. As the moisture leaves the food, the vapor subsequently repels the oil, preventing it from touching anything but the outer edges.

Of course, there would be little to prevent those outer edges from getting soggy were it not for the shield of starch that surrounds most fried foods. Potatoes are naturally starchy, which is why they can fry with little preparation, but other foods—such as meat, fish, or whole pizzas—must be coated in breadcrumbs or batter before entering the oil. Since fried foods continue to steam even after frying, an ideal coating should allow the steam from inside to escape, lest it begin to sop up the remaining moisture. For this reason, fried foods should be served while they’re still steaming to ensure the crispiest outer crust.

Customer Reviews

good was good service was horrible
Tyler T. · February 18, 2017
A huge sandwich, very generous portions of meat, loved it.
Nancy · February 16, 2017
Frenchys is awesome!
Baron M. · February 14, 2017

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