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Fully Loaded is Toronto's new chicken wing food truck

In February we found out that a new food truck would be hitting the streets of Toronto and bringing stuffed chicken wings curbside. Now that food truck season is in full swing the Fully Loaded T.O food truck is finally here to fulfill all of our chicken wing needs.

If you're anything like me you've probably been wondering, what is a stuffed chicken wing? Take what you know and love about chicken wings and picture biting into one and having your mouth filled with more than just chicken and sauce.

Stuffed Chicken Wings

So far I have tried the Poppin' Jalape単o version. It's a chicken wing stuffed with jalape単o cheese and then they topped with a tangy ranch sauce. Think jalape単o popper meets chicken wing. It's spicy, crispy, creamy and meaty all at the same time.

This isn't the only stuffed wing on the menu. The truck boasts a rotating menu of wings and stuffs them with everything from mac and cheese to Greek lemon potatoes to kimchi fried rice.

Chicken Sandwich

While chicken wings may be the star here, the truck also serves up a buttermilk breaded chicken sandwich. Chicken gets fried to perfection and topped with a creamy apple slaw to give a nice contrast of textures and flavours.

Additional items also include regular fries that get dusted in their signature seasoning and garlic parm fries.

To find out where Fully Loaded T.O will be next check the Toronto Food Trucks website or download the Food Trucks app for iPhone or Android.

Photos by Hector Vasquez.


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