McCain introduces new limited-edition Spicy Wedges
issued by Sabio Communications on behalf of McCain - Oct 6th, 10:05
The new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges are the perfect big bite, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside with a hint of spice.
Made with only the best potatoes and a seasoning of combined paprika and herb spices you can expect your taste buds to tingle. Everyone loves a good chip but a wedge adds something a little different to the table and these spicy wedges are sure to have dad, kids and the in-laws coming back for more.
We know you are asking the question, but what would complement the new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges? The answer is simple, basically anything your family loves. Ribs and wedges, marinated chicken and wedges, a delicious steak and wedges, Pregos and wedges and the list goes on. With the cooking time of 16 – 18 minutes in the oven or 5½ minutes of frying, dinner will be ready in under 20 minutes, no fuss, no stress just a little bit of spice.
So next time you are walking down the frozen food isle keep a lookout for the new McCain Spicy Wedges, take the work out of deciding what to make on a Friday night and add a little spice to the mix.
The new limited-edition McCain Spicy Wedges are now available at all major retailers nationwide at a RSP of R29.99.
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