Fast-foot chicken chain Popeyes is bringing back its Cajun-Style Turkey for Thanksgiving with pre-orders available as of Tuesday.

The turkey is prepared with a rub of blended paprika, red pepper, garlic, onion and Creole butter then slow-roasted and flash-fried. It can feed 8-12 people, according to the Miami-based chain.

The price of the turkey is $94.99 plus tax if shipped directly or $49.99 if picked up at a location. The price is a jump from 2021, when the turkey cost $39.99.

To order a Cajun turkey, customers can now do so online along with calling or visiting their local Popeyes. Orders will be shipped out on Oct. 24 and can arrive within 1-3 days.

The turkeys come frozen and need to be kept frozen until they are ready to be heated in an oven. They do come pre-cooked and need to be thawed and then heated before serving.

Side dishes can also be ordered.

Multiple restaurants have offered dine-in and to-go options for Thanksgiving. Whole Foods, Boston Market, Denny's, IHOP and Williams Sonoma are some of the chains that have Thanksgiving meals.

A recent study showed that 63% of Americans expect rising food costs to impact their Thanksgiving in 2022.