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McDonald's Worker Reveals How McNuggets Are Cooked

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McDonald's Worker Reveals How McNuggets Are Cooked

A McDonald's worker has shared a TikTok video showing how McNuggets are cooked in-store and, you might be surprised to learn, it's pretty simple.

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TikTok user @moon_man14 - or Isaac as he's known to his friends - shares posts 'behind the scenes' at McDonald's.

The clip, posted earlier this year, was a request from one of Isaac's followers to see how the nuggets were made.

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If you were hoping for something a bit unusual, then sorry, because it's pretty anti-climactic.

Isaac simply takes a bag of frozen nuggets, gives them a quick bash on the work surface to separate them and then dumps them into the fryer cage.

He takes the cage over to the boiling hot oil and pops them in to cook, before removing the freshly-cooked nuggets.

Credit: @moon_man14/TikTok
Credit: @moon_man14/TikTok
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However, while most users were unsurprised about how they were prepared, plenty of them responded to ask where you can get a big bag of frozen McDonald's nuggets.

One asked: "So you are telling me I can get a bag of those chicken nuggets and have chicken nuggets at home?"

Another wrote: "So, I'm going to need a pack of them frozen nuggets so I can make some at home."

While asked: "Where do y'all get them from?"

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But, sadly guys, Isaac was not forthcoming with that information, so looks like you'll still need to make a trip to the Golden Arches for your McNugget fix.

Last year, a former McDonald's worker from Canada was hailed a hero after he revealed on Twitter that he gave an extra nugget in every box of 10.

Credit: @moon_man14/TikTok
Credit: @moon_man14/TikTok

Cody Bondarchuk, claimed that when he used to work at a McDonald's restaurant in Edmonton, Alberta, he slipped an extra McNugget in to almost every box.

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Posting on Twitter, Cody said: "I worked at McDonald's for two and a half years and I put 11 nuggets in almost every 10-piece I made."

Despite it basically amounting to theft, fast-food lovers were quick to praise Cody.

One wrote: "Guarantee you made someone's day at least once a day each day you worked over those years.

"Nicely done."

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While another added: "Thank you for your service, truly."

Featured Image Credit: @moon_man14/TikTok

Topics: Food, McDonald's, tiktok

Claire Reid
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