Chipotle tests new chicken item for first time in 28 years
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Chipotle is testing a new kind of chicken for the first time since the founding of the company.
The fast-casual restaurant chain announced Tuesday that it is testing Pollo Asado on its menu at select locations in Ohio and California.
This new chicken option is Chipotle’s "first menu innovation with chicken" in the 28 years since the chain was founded in 1993, according to the announcement.
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Chipotle’s newest chicken option is seasoned with a dry rub made from cumin, guajillo peppers and coriander. After it is grilled, the Pollo Asado is finished with garlic, chili peppers, lime and cilantro, the announcement said.