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KFC Philippines' Chizza Is Pizza and Chicken Match Made in Heaven

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | July 10, 2015

KFC Philippines' Chizza Is Pizza and Chicken Match Made in Heaven

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Fast-food purveyors will not stop until they have combined every last food item and mashed it up to form one gelatinous meatball of multicultural deliciousness, as evidenced by the Chizza in the Philippines.

The KFC Philippines YouTube channel promises a new item that is equal parts fried chicken and pizza, forming what can only be described as Frankenstein’s monster in food form.

Instead of spreading fear, this thing is hell bent on clogging your body with cholesterol and your face with a whopping dose of scrumptious delight.

WFSB delivers the bad news that the item seen below is only available in the Philippines and is not currently being sold stateside.

You will have to just settle for the home version for now:

This is not the only International KFC to flip the script on culinary treats, because Yahoo! News UK introduces us to fried chicken with pizza flavoring, a slight twist on what you see above.

The report explains, “KFC Hong Kong has invented this enticing (terrifying?) mix by adding a tomato sauce base and breaded mozzarella and cheddar mix to its original fried chicken recipe.”

Previously we brought you word on edible coffee cups available at KFC locations in the UK and KFC hamburgers in Japan.

We imagine KFC won’t rest until their mad scientists create a chicken that lays pizza rolls instead of eggs.

If they do, we presume they will make the abomination available at some country other than America.

Once again, we have to look longingly across the ocean to a country that seems to get the good stuff when it comes to crazy KFC inventions.

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