Our tummies are rumbling because Nando's just revealed their Christmas menu… and it sounds so good!
The popular restaurant chain plan on tempting the tastebuds of the public over the festive season with the likes of peri-peri gravy for chicken. Yes, you heard right.
The new offerings are rolling out on the menu this week in all UK restaurants, including an amazing spiced clementine peri-peri baste as a new flavour option.
You also have the option to get the food delivered and use click and collect.
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What else will you find on the menu? Well, there's the fino pitta making a welcome return after it was discontinued during the pandemic.
The moreish delight contains halloumi cheese, chicken thighs and a lip-smacking caramelised onion relish and garlic aioli.
And vegans and vegetarians will be able to indulge in a rainbow rice bowl packed with delicious long-stem broccoli, picked carrot and seeds, spiced grans and rainbow slaw.
You can find your nearest Nando's here to make sure you get to try the delicious food up for grabs!
A number of popular food chains have started to roll out their Christmas offerings, but there have been reports of a turkey shortage!
Marks & Spencer have discussed the rise in turkeys, saying: "With just 80 days to go until Christmas, customers across the country are already keenly filling their freezers for a season of festive spreads.
"Confirming the trend, sales of our frozen Christmas food are up a WHOPPING 500 per cent year-on-year, and we’ve already sold over 25,000 turkeys in just a few weeks!"
It's not just Marks & Spencer who are feeling the heat in the lead up to Christmas, supermarket giant Tesco is also having to ensure stocks last.
Tesco bosses admit their will be "bumps in the road" in the next few months as we approach December amid supply issues, but also praised the "resilience of our supply chain" as they've already hired 15,000 extra temporary staff as part of preparations for Christmas.
Ken Murphy, chief executive of Tesco, has said that whilst there is always a demand for frozen turkeys year on year, with usually about 60% of the turkeys they sell being of the frozen variety, this year that number is likely to be a lot higher.
Ken explains: "We currently have a 10 per cent increase of turkeys and there is noticeably an elevated demand for frozen turkeys."
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