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Tongue on Fire: Subway Debuts New Sriracha Steak and Chicken Melts Nationwide

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There’s plenty to look forward to this November. Thanksgiving. The beginning of the countdown to 2014. The new Catching Fire movie.

Presumably, because having another Hunger Games film out will remind folks to eat healthy in case they ever have to kill other people, Subway has partnered with Lionsgate to brand a new line of spicy sandwiches. The four-piece, “Fiery Footlong Collection” will include the traditional Buffalo Chicken and Turkey Jalapeño, while also introducing the brand-new Sriracha Chicken Melt and Sriracha Steak Melt, first tested in Florida back in January.

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Both Sriracha sandwiches will feature pepperjack cheese, your choice of meat, jalapeños and Subway’s signature creamy Sriracha sauce, giving any would-be Mockingjays plenty to tear up over. But there’s also a Bacon, Egg White & Cheese with Sriracha breakfast sandwich, if you prefer your heartburn with a side of coffee.

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‘Sriracha Chicken Melt’ is Being Tested at Select Subways for a Limited Time

When yesterday’s news broke about certain Subway locations testing a Creamy Sriracha Sauce, we knew they had to have particular sandwich offering in mind when the sauce was put together, and it looks like that sandwich might be the new Sriracha Chicken Melt.

The sandwich, seen above in an advertisement stumbled upon by our friends over at GrubGrade, shows an advertisement for the sandwich currently in rotation at Central Florida Area restaurants. The melt features the chain’s grilled chicken, Monterey cheese and what they describe as “bold new creamy Thai Sriracha sauce with spice chile and a hint of garlic.

No word yet on more nationwide, or global expansion of the Sriracha Chicken Melt, but even for locations in southern California that might be carrying just the sauce, you technically have all the necessary components at your give location to customize the sandwich yourself.

If anyone out there spots the sandwich at their local Subway, or gives it a try and would like to share their experience with us, feel free to e-mail us at info@foodbeast.com or sound off in the comments.

H/T: GrubGrade