TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - FEBRUARY 17: The Kentucky Fried Chicken logo is seen inside the international chain's local franchise February 17, 2006 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Officials are trying to reassure consumers that it is safe to eat well cooked poultry following the discovery of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu in swans in Europe. According to the Times newspaper of London, viruses are reportedly destroyed by cooking for at least one minute at 75C (167F) or higher. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)

KFC is giving the people what they want when it comes to their menu. They are now offering fried chicken skin in select locations overseas.

Customers and Indonesia and Bangkok are the first ones to have it on their menu.

People who have had the fried chicken skins describe it as tasty, but salty. Would you buy fried chicken skins?


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