Pizza Hut adds a 10th signature flavor of hot wings to the menu and we need it now

There is a new hot wing flavor in town, or at least on the Pizza Hut menu, as the chain adds Sriracha Wings to the mix for a limited time.

Do you love Sriracha? Are you a fan of chicken wings? Then Pizza Hut is the place to be thanks to the addition of a new Signature Flavor to their menu.

In a blog post shared by the Official Pizza Hut Blog, they announced that for a limited time starting on Oct. 14, restaurants will be offering a 10th Signature Flavor of hot wings. Joining the likes of Garlic Parmesan, Cajun-Style, and Buffalo Burnin’ Hot, their new Smoky Sriracha is a chance for fans of this hot sauce to indulge in a brand new way.

According to Pizza Hut, “the newest wing flavor is tossed in a blend of fresh red jalapeño chili puree, garlic and a touch of vinegar that takes this trendy sriracha sauce to mouth-watering levels of craveability.”

Honestly, they had us at Sriracha. But throw in chicken wings and we have to have these. Plus, the fact that you can choose between bone-in or boneless wings means that even the pickiest eater can give these new hot wings a try.

Although this new Signature Flavor is only available for a limited time, you never know if Pizza Hut fans will fall in love and make this a more permanent addition to the menu. For anyone looking to try these new hot wings, now is the time to head on out to your local Pizza Hut. And if you don’t want to venture out of the house, these Sriracha Wings seem like the perfect thing to order for delivery too.

Honestly, we love the idea of this new flavor of chicken wings from Pizza Hut. And the fact that it seems like a bold addition to the menu makes it something that we can’t wait to try. Maybe it will be the perfect addition to a game day menu.

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What do you think of Pizza Hut’s new signature flavor of hot wings? Will you be trying these new Sriracha wings? Tell us what you think in the comments.

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