McDonald's Fan Explains How You Can Get A Chicken Mac
We all know that McDonald's restaurants around the world have slightly different menus. In China you can get a pork cutlet burger and McWings; go to Spain and you can bag yourself some chicken McBites.
If you ever venture to the Dominican Republic, you can enjoy a Chicken Mac - but with flights over there being pretty expensive (not to mention lengthy), one Maccies lover has come up with an alternative way of getting their hands on one, and it looks pretty simple.
View this post on InstagramImagínate en tu boca ese pollo crujientico con la deliciosa salsa Big Mac, pepinillos y Mmm...jugoso queso derretido en Pan de semillas de sésamo. :hamburger: . ¿Te antojaste? ¡Pues ven a busca tu #ChickenMac! . #McDonalds #MeEncanta
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The guy, called Bradley, took to Facebook where he detailed the simple hack. He just ordered two Mayo Chicken Sandwiches with a slice of cheese added to each one.
After assembling the creation by removing one of the top buns and putting the two together - he had himself a Chicken Mac.
He then grabbed a pot of Big Mac sauce - which you can do at a cost of 50p - and posted the results with the caption: "McDonald's? Completed it mate."
The sauce is only available while stocks last, though, so you'll need to hurry up.
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If you want to make the Chicken Mac you could even be saving cash. The two chicken mayo with cheese burgers will cost around £1.19 each - add a tub of Big Mac sauce and it would be around £2.90. This is cheaper than a £3.19 Big Mac.
The picture was later shared on Reddit and it got people talking about other concoctions they've made with one customer bragging about a 'McGang Bang'.
They commented: "Get a double cheese burger and stick a mcchicken in the middle of the two burgers and pow you have a mcgang bang enjoy [sic]."
As for the Big Mac sauce... yes, you read right. On 12 February McDonald's released 50ml tubs of the sauce, which you can now add to your order. This should come as good news for Maccies fans, as the recipe for the Special Sauce has always been a closely guarded secret.
The Special Sauce pots - which will have a seven-day shelf life - are only available for six weeks and are expected to sell out quickly.
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