Mock Mc Rib

READY IN: 6mins
Recipe by D. Rose

Ok folks, don't laugh.. well, ok, I guess you can laugh because I did when my Brother told me to do this. It's hysterical but a quick fix. With all the McRib hype going around, I always wondered what the heck that Mickey D's sandwich was all about. I wasn't crazy for it at all.. but my 3 yr old son who I usually have to beg to eat loved it! now that it's gone again from MD's my Brother told me this is how he gets by. I hope this works for you! again, it's ok to laugh too!

Top Review by CJAY8248

I found a box of frozen pork rib patties at the store that I used to make my sandwich from. No corn or potatoes to mess with. They were a little bigger than the ones in the tv dinner so I used a regular size hoagie roll. This made one great sandwich! I loved the pickles and onions on this. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Fall 2011.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 (10 ounce) box , banquet's boneless pork rib patty frozen meal found in frozen aisles of stores (comes with the corn & mashed potatoes)
  • 3 pickles, slices like md's uses (use the dill pickle chips)
  • 2 -3 slices of raw onions
  • 1 mini sub roll (use Maiers or your best judgement in the bread aisle)


  1. Follow instructions on the Banquet Frozen meal first. Heat up in Microwave as you would normally.
  2. Remove the Boneless Pork Rib Patty from the container and place on the mini sub roll.
  3. Spoon all the sauce from the microwavable container onto the patty & bread.
  4. Top with pickle chips and onions & enjoy.
  5. *the only suggestion I would say is that the patty from the Banquet meal is extremely thin. You may have to purchase 2 boxes like my Brother does to get the full thickness Mickey D's does. What he likes most, is that you get a nice side of potatoes and corn! too funny if you ask me!

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