Dairy Queen customers in Texas are getting a chance to try a new savory sandwich as the restaurant chain tests its Spicy Patty Melt.
The American soft-serve ice cream and fast food chain introduced the sandwich to 600 locations in the Lone Star State and it will be available until Sunday, Nov. 27, according to Chew Boom, a fast food and restaurant news website.
The Spicy Petty Melt is made with a quarter-pound beef patty, pepper jack cheese, crispy jalapenos, lettuce and jalapeno ranch sauce – all sandwiched between two slices of Texas Toast.
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Dairy Queen has served jalitos, also known as crispy jalapenos, for several years and the menu item has long been a fan favorite, according to customer tweets that date back to 2012.
Past marketing materials and social media posts from Dairy Queen show the company has previously offered a jalitos ranch hunger-buster burger, a crispy chicken sandwich served with jalito ranch and a side order of jalitos.