McDonald's Is Now Selling A Spicy Quarter Pounder Burger
Sounds pretty decent, right?
Well, it's not alone in being added to the McDonald's fold as of today. It is joined by a McChicken BLT sandwich, a deluxe quarter pounder, nacho cheese wedges and a salted caramel latte.
However, it's the spicy quarter pounder that has caught a lot of people's eyes. But what can we expect to see from it?
Basically, it's the same as a regular quarter pounder burger, but it comes with pepper jack cheese, onions, jalapenos, mustard and a spicy ketchup.
The new addition will cost £4.79, which is just more than a quid more than the regular quarter pounder sandwich, which will set you back £3.49.
As for the McChicken BLT, which comes in at £5.19, it's fairly self-explanatory, really.
It's exactly the same as a regular McChicken sandwich, but has bacon and tomato on it. There's not a great deal that bacon doesn't enhance, so that's got to be a good thing, right?
As well as these two signature additions, the 'deluxe' quarter pounder is simply a fancier version of the regular sandwich.
You'll have to decide for yourself what exactly that means, but it costs slightly more than the normal version at £4.89.
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Beyond that, Maccies is bringing back the nacho cheese wedges that everyone seemed to enjoy so much last time.
There are two types of size that you can order these in, either get your own five pieces for £1.79, or order the larger sharing box that costs £4.79 for 20 wedges.
The wedges are made up of bites of spicy jalapeno cheese, covered in fried tortilla chips.
That's a combo worth checking out, isn't it?
On top of that, if you're looking for something to drink, they've also added a salted caramel latte to the menu.
These new items will be available from today until Tuesday 17 November, that gives you six weeks to get stuck into them.
They're available in restaurants, drive-thru locations, and for home delivery via Uber Eats and Just Eat.
Remember though, you'll have to pay a little bit extra if you're going to have the food delivered to you, because the companies charge a delivery fee that can vary depending on where you live in relation to the restaurant.
Oh, and wear a mask if you're planning to go to the restaurant. That should go without saying by this point.
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