Burger King Is Testing a New Combo to Simplify Your Order

Fans at select Burger King restaurants will no longer have to choose between two beloved sides.

Picture this: you’re at your local Burger King about to place your classic go-to order. But then, it comes time to choose a side. The choice is a difficult one—should you go with french fries or onion rings? You can’t decide; both are too tempting. How can you choose between two such enticing options?

Now, thanks to Burger King’s recent innovation, customers at some Burger King locations won’t have to choose. BK has announced that the chain is testing out a new side combo that is any fast-food fan’s dream—a fusion of french fries and onion rings. We know, this sounds too delicious which is why we’ve got you covered on all of the crispy details!

What Are Fries n’ Rings?

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BK is fittingly calling the side combo “Fries n’ Rings.” We’re calling it a genius combination of fries and onion rings in one easy order. The side equally combines some classic BK fries with crispy onion rings. Burger King is one of the only fast-food chains to offer onion rings, so it’s no wonder they’re so popular.

The side combo can be ordered as an item by itself or with a combo meal at participating BKs. Florida BK fans who are lucky enough to frequent the Miami and Fort Lauderdale locations will have access to this ultimate side.

When Will Fries n’ Rings Be Available?

Customers can already pick up an order of Fries n’ Rings! The dream team side combo became available on June 19. However, fans will need to grab the side combo fast, as it will only be available through July 20.

And if you don’t have access to the tested item, not to worry! Here’s how you can make your own homemade onion rings and fries at home.

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