Burger King has introduced some new equipment behind-the-scenes at all of their restaurants in the form of new high-tech broilers that allow them to serve up ribs and other stuffed premium burgers. As of February 1st, all restaurants will be furnished with these new broilers, and will be put to use on all their dishes that had needed broiling previously. At the moment, Burger King is testing some new fire-grilled ribs, stuffed burgers and new breakfast items, snacks and flame-kissed desserts. According to the Maven, the new broilers are also energy-efficient, notably, reducing gas consumption by 52 percent and electricity consumption by 90 percent.
In regards to these new premium burgers, they have been chalked up to be “30 percent larger than McDonald’s Angus burger”, according to Burger King. The varieties consist of an A.!. Steakhouse XT burger highlighted by A.1. steak sauce, American cheese and crispy onions ($4.49), Smoky Cheddar Steakhouse comes off the lot with smoky barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese and bacon ($4.49) and the original with the normal vegetable fixins and mayo on a corn-dusted bakery bun ($3.99). (Thx FastFoodMaven)