WHILE McDonald’s is set to open 15 restaurants later this month, many of us will still struggle to get our fast food fix.
However, one Aussie chef has revealed how you can recreate one of the restaurants’ most iconic dishes at home – and it tastes “better” than the real deal.
YouTube chef Rob Nixon has shared his recipe for a McDonald’s quarter pounder with cheese[/caption]
YouTube chef Rob Nixon, of Nicko’s Kitchen, has perfected the recipe for the quarter pounder with cheese and has been generous enough to share it online.
The recipe (see below) is incredibly simple and you’ll need just seven ingredients to achieve that signature taste.
The most important element is the topping which is made up of pickle, mustard, onion, ketchup and two slices of American cheese.
Sandwich in a toasted sesame bun and you’ll struggle to tell the difference between the original and the imposter.
The chef insists that it tastes better than the real deal[/caption]
The signature toppings give the burger that all important flavour[/caption]
The patty itself is incredibly simple to make[/caption]
Tasting his creation, Rob says: “So much better (than the original), yummo that is absolutely gorgeous.
“Please give them a go because you won’t be disappointed, the nom factor is out of control on this one.”
And it seems fans have been equally impressed, praising his recipe in the comments.
Rob has perfected several fast food recipes [/caption]
McDonald’s Quarter Pounder recipe
- 113g ground beef
- Canola oil for frying
- Salt and pepper for seasoning
- Sesame seed bun
- American cheese slices
- Sliced pickle
- Onion, finely chopped
Roll your beef into a meatball shape and flatten out so that it’s slightly larger than the bread bun as it will shrink while cooking.
Heat your pan over a high heat and spray with canola oil, place the burger patty in and cook for two minutes each side adding salt and pepper to taste.
Toast the sesame seed bun and begin assembling beginning with a slice of the cheese, followed by the beef patty and a second slice of cheese, pickle and onion.
On the crown of the bun, on the crown add blobs of tomato ketchup and mustard, press down slightly and get stuck in.
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In other food news, Rob revealed how to make a KFC Twister meal at home.
And last week Rob shared his recipe for a McChicken sandwich.