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KFC Malaysia brings back Golden Egg Crunch as CNY approaches

The chain also introduced broccoli cheese balls as a new side dish option.

In anticipation of Chinese New Year, KFC Malaysia brought back its Golden Egg Crunch and introduced a new side dish: broccoli cheese balls.

The Golden Egg Crunch features a medley of salted egg yolk, chili flakes, parsley flakes, and garlic powder coated on the chain’s signature Hot & Spicy chicken.

The new Broccoli Cheese Balls, meanwhile, features fresh broccoli florets covered in melted cheese.

“Every moment of this year’s CNY festivities is one to be cherished with families and friends finally reunited after being apart from each other for so long. Through these auspicious golden menu offerings from us, we wish it brings more golden moments to you and your loved ones,” said Chan May Ling, KFC Malaysia’s chief marketing officer.

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