Kentucky Fried Chicken launched a new Chicken Donut that is a fried chicken filet sandwiched between two glazed donuts.

“Consumers are increasingly seeking novel, crave-able flavor combinations that give them the best of both sweet and savory worlds to create a unique taste experience,” KFC said in a press release. “Through this test market, KFC is evaluating consumer appetite for bringing this growing food trend to its customers on a national scale.”

The chicken-and-donut meal will cost $5.50 for one donut and $7.50 for two donuts. The sandwich is priced at $6, or as a combo meal for $8. KFC said customers can also add a donut — served hot — to any meal for $1.

The new meals will be available at over 40 locations in Pittsburgh, Virginia, Norfolk, and Richmond. The new offering follows two other recent KFC inventions—Kentucky Fried Chicken and Waffles last year and, earlier this year, a test of the Cheeto-stuffed chicken sandwich in North Carolina.