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Place each onto a square of baking paper and flatten to form into four x 15cm circles.
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Heat oil in a large frypan over high heat. In 2 batches, cook beef patties for minutes each side until lightly charred and cooked through.
Remove from heat and keep warm. Repeat with remaining two patties. Carefully slice each burger bun into three acrossways, then lightly toast. The burger patties need to be thin and pretty big in circumference. I used a really lean ground beef, and they still shrunk.
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When your burgers are done, melt a slice of American cheese on top. One burger goes on the bottom bun, stack another bottom on top, add one more burger then the top bun. And just like that, Big Mac. Add a side of fries of course and dig in. Hi, I am Michaela. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I see you also have a recipe for the Fish Sandwich.
That is my personal favorite from McDonalds. Going to check that out for sure, right after I make my hubby a Big Mac. This looks AH-mazing! I made a Bean-Mac which is like this but with a bean burger- it is my favorite sandwich and honestly we make them for lunch regularly!! That looks so much better than the real thing!
I never realized that it was two bottom buns and a top bun! Thanks so much!! Three buns! Do you supposed McDonalds has them just make bottom buns?? You seem to have a treasure of copy cat recipes on your blog! These burgers look so much better than what you get at McD!
I wish I could grab them off the screen and enjoy them! You need sweet and dill relish. You also need Mayo and miracle whip. Every now and then it gets reposted. Back then, the special sauce came pre-made in 1 gallon containers. We never made it from scratch. I have been trying to find a good copycat recipe for this sauce for a long time. This sauce was fabulous and I will make it again and again. I also am enjoying the new Beyond Beef and will use this sauce when making burgers. Thanks for posting this and figuring it all out for us. I did add some course ground black pepper to mine but we all just love it.
Thanks for sharing this with all of us!!
Do you know if this is the same sauce they put on the new burger from Spain? We loved it and are trying to make it at home. Perhaps a traveler can chime in if they know the answer. As an American living in Germany, it tastes the same. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. This Big Mac Sauce copycat recipe is so close to the McDonald's special sauce, you won't be able to taste the difference!
Big Mac Sauce
Prep Time 5 mins. Total Time 5 mins. Course: Condiment. Cuisine: American. Servings: Author: Fox Valley Foodie. Instructions Place all ingredients together in a bowl and whisk to combine. Can be enjoyed immediately, but the flavor is best when allowed to sit in the refrigerator overnight. Store in an air-tight container. Notes If Yellow Mustard isn't common in your country, click here to see what is being referenced.
Is it 1. You can always go buy a jar of sweet relish out the condiments aisle in the grocery store.