How to make a big mac from scratch

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Copycat McDonald’s Big Mac

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You can withdraw consent at any time. To most this may seem like a silly question, but an article in the Wall Street Journal reported that only 1 in 5 millennials have ever tasted a Big Mac. Like any good burger, this Big Mac recipe is all about the layers. And, following our 4 pre-assembly steps will ensure your burger is big and mighty. Use the bottom bun of the second as the middle bun of your burger, and save the top for later. Philip and I LOVE a good toasted bun, so what we do is spread a thin layer of mayonnaise on the buns and grill it on a frying pan for 30 seconds to a minute.

The mayonnaise acts like butter or olive oil and gives the bun an added layer of crunch and flavour. Seasoned with black pepper and salt, our Big Mac patties shine best with grass-fed ground beef from our local butcher. The key though to copycatting is all in the thickness of the meat.

When forming your patties be sure to compare the size of your bun because we all know that the bun to meat ratio must be precise.

Copy Cat McDonald's Big Mac

When forming your patties, compare to the size of your bun because we all know bun to meat ratio must be precise. Now to the secret sauce. The Big Mac is all about the layers. Top with chopped onion, shredded lettuce, beef patty grilled with a layer of cheese and three pickle slices.

Top with the middle bun layer, and add more secret sauce, onion, lettuce, pickles, a patty and then more sauce. Tip: for extra crunch factor, we add a layer of chips on the bottom and middle buns. Serve with chips or french fries, and a side of extra sauce, of course. If you purchase an item through the links, Chef Sous Chef Inc.

Big Mac Sauce Copycat Recipe

There is no additional cost to you. Thank you for helping support us through these purchases. If you have made this recipe, please let us know in the comments below! Just like the fast food classic, our Big Mac recipe is made with two thin beef patties, topped with cheese, diced onions and pickles, then drenched in our secret sauce. Using all quality, real food ingredients, this burger is even better than the original. Divide the beef into 4 equal pieces and roll each piece into a tight ball.