Mc Donald's Big Mac.....almost!!!!!
photo by Linajjac
- Ready In:
- 8 hamburger buns with sesame seeds
- 1 lb hamburger, in 8 thin patties, 1/10 lb each (approximately)
- 8 slices pickles
- finely chopped onion (at McD's these are reconstituted)
- shredded iceberg lettuce
- salt and pepper
- 4 slices yellow American cheese
- 1⁄4 cup mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoons catsup
- 1 tablespoon mustard
- 1 tablespoon sweet pickle relish
- Make the sauce: Mix the sauce ingredients together until you get kind of a light orange colored sauce.
- Add more or less mayo according to taste.
- Adjust the recipe for more sauce if desired.
- Take four of the buns and remove the tops.
- Save the tops for another recipe.
- Toast the buns and start to cook the meat.
- A FOREMAN GRILL is most like the grill used at McDonald's, but you can do it any other way you want.
- (You can cook the meat and put aside until your buns are ready, or work quickly and finish simultaneously) Spread out the bun bottoms (you will have 8) on a baking sheet.
- Put sauce on all of these (the closer 4 will be the middle layer).
- Sprinkle buns with minced onions (we used a good pinch).
- Follow the onions with the shredded lettuce.
- For the four closest buns, top each with 2 pickles and for the four farthest top each with a slice of cheese.
- IF you are a TRULY skilled Big Mac Maker your buns will be ready as soon as your meat is ready, but it takes practice.
- Put the 8 pieces of meat onto all of the 8 buns.
- Take the four pickle side buns and move on top of the cheese side buns.
- Top with the bun"lids" and enjoy your Big Mac's!
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I too worked at the arches before the canned sauce mix, and I can't stand tarter sauce and still today remember the tarter sauce. I don't remember the ketchup but could be wrong, do not forget to add equal amounts of freeze dried onion reconstituted in water as you do relish, but give the tarter sauce a try. About 1/3 of the mayo amount. <br/><br/>Hope my memory at the arches helps.
Yea, a new recipe to keep us from going to McDonald's....lol. We really liked these and it was extremely easy to prepare. I never even thought of using the bottom of a bun for the middle portion. I used the tops for breadcrumbs and stuck in the freezer. Thank you for sharing this with us, we all loved it.
This tasted nothing like McDonald's Big Mac sauce to us. My husband and I tried different variations with the given ingredients, trying to adjust it, but it simply didn't taste like the sauce we were hoping for. However, with that being said, the sauce we ended up with didn't taste bad, again, it just didn't taste like Mac sauce.