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(MSN)   The chicken version of the Big Mac? Why don't we already have this?   (msn.com) divider line
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2022-08-16 8:48:53 AM  
It's in the UK as the article state but darn it I want this in America.
 
2022-08-16 9:11:16 AM  
Chicken sandwiches? I'm pretty sure those are fairly common
 
2022-08-16 9:25:17 AM  
You can order Big Mac sauce on your sandwich or even as a side.

You're welcome.
 
2022-08-16 9:34:34 AM  

Cafe Threads: You can order Big Mac sauce on your sandwich or even as a side.

You're welcome.


You can also gargle used motor oil and pond scum, but I wouldn't recommend that either.
 
2022-08-16 9:40:08 AM  
Because having two pieces of chicken, unless they're highly processed chicken patties, stacked on each other will turn the sandwich into a tough, hard to eat mess?
 
2022-08-16 9:50:42 AM  
KFC laughs at your bread!
 
2022-08-16 9:55:34 AM  
The Big Chick?
 
2022-08-16 10:02:58 AM  

dryknife: The Big Chick?


The Mother Clucker.
 
2022-08-16 10:10:50 AM  
Those look like patties reconstituted from chicken slurry like they serve in middle schools.
 
2022-08-16 10:18:05 AM  
How about one beef patty, one chicken patty and bacon in the middle instead of a third bun?
 
2022-08-16 10:20:37 AM  

Ragin' Asian: Those look like patties reconstituted from chicken slurry like they serve in middle schools.


I wouldn't feed that to a dog... unless the shiat on the carpet.
 
2022-08-16 10:20:49 AM  
So it's a Big Mac, with McChicken patties. Why?

It's certainly not because anyone outside of extreme, nihilistic masochist circles asked for it. But then again, some people would demand vanilla ice cream be even more vanilla, or complain that it's too cold.
 
2022-08-16 10:25:42 AM  
The buns have to be cookies
 
2022-08-16 10:33:54 AM  

natazha: How about one beef patty, one chicken patty and bacon in the middle instead of a third bun?


Barnyard Special
 
2022-08-16 10:53:29 AM  
I want a duck version. Call it a 'Big Quack'.
 
2022-08-16 11:34:59 AM  
but was removed in February 2022 due to what McDonald's called "incredible demand" for the sandwich

Well, that makes sense. "We don't have enough to sell to all of you, so we won't sell any at all!"

saintstryfe: Because having two pieces of chicken, unless they're highly processed chicken patties, stacked on each other will turn the sandwich into a tough, hard to eat mess?


Narrator: And they are.

The picture looks like two oversized mcnuggets.
 
2022-08-16 12:35:56 PM  
palelizard:

The picture looks like two oversized mcnuggets.

But the second picture looks to have chicken closer to their crispy chicken sandwich breasts (?) (which is what the article says is in there).

Wonder which one is accurate...
 
2022-08-16 2:51:04 PM  

Monster Island: palelizard:

The picture looks like two oversized mcnuggets.

But the second picture looks to have chicken closer to their crispy chicken sandwich breasts (?) (which is what the article says is in there).

Wonder which one is accurate...


If they're going for price parity with a regular Big Mac they'd have to be McChicken patties.
 
2022-08-16 3:23:31 PM  

palelizard: but was removed in February 2022 due to what McDonald's called "incredible demand" for the sandwich

Well, that makes sense. "We don't have enough to sell to all of you, so we won't sell any at all!"

saintstryfe: Because having two pieces of chicken, unless they're highly processed chicken patties, stacked on each other will turn the sandwich into a tough, hard to eat mess?

Narrator: And they are.

The picture looks like two oversized mcnuggets.


Unashamedly, I love the frozen tyson spicy chicken patties. Baking them, you have a nice crispy breading and they have enough heat kick to feel like it has nice amount of spice going on.   In terms of frozen chicken slurry patties.... the things really make a great sandwich.
 
2022-08-16 3:45:35 PM  

NateAsbestos: Chicken sandwiches? I'm pretty sure those are fairly common


But with MOAR BREAD.

The two patties together probably equal one chicken breast.  But with tons of bread around it.
 
2022-08-16 3:46:12 PM  

bighairyguy: dryknife: The Big Chick?

The Mother Clucker.


I think Checkers/Rally uses that.
 
2022-08-16 5:05:57 PM  

Monster Island: palelizard:

The picture looks like two oversized mcnuggets.

But the second picture looks to have chicken closer to their crispy chicken sandwich breasts (?) (which is what the article says is in there).

Wonder which one is accurate...


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2022-08-16 5:22:03 PM  
This is a story I like to trot out every now and then. You've probably read it before. STILL let me regale you.

When I was but a wee teen I drove a friend to Wendy's rather late at night and we both ordered triple cheeseburgers. They handed us our trays. Mine looked normal. His looked enormous. We glanced at each other with that "WTH" look in our eyes.

Mine was normal. His had three chicken instead of beef. Just after we had unwrapped them to discover that difference we heard a voice from the kitchen, high as a kite, say "I think I gave that guy a triple chicken instead of beef."

My friend shrugged and ate it. Solid trooper all and all.
 
2022-08-16 5:40:12 PM  
Now do the fish
 
2022-08-16 6:06:35 PM  

waxbeans: Now do the fish


This. There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).

I mean, I know it should be gross, but it's actually great.
 
2022-08-16 7:51:40 PM  

Darth Funjamin: waxbeans: Now do the fish

This. There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).

I mean, I know it should be gross, but it's actually great.


No.  Thousand Island salad dressing.
 
2022-08-16 8:06:30 PM  
Because it's made by McD is is either nasty, bad for you, or both.

What is it called?
Big Chick?
McCluck
All-The-Parts-Other-Than-The-Nuggets McSandwich?
Back Muck?

*shrug*
 
2022-08-16 8:08:19 PM  

SomeTexan: Darth Funjamin: waxbeans: Now do the fish

This. There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).

I mean, I know it should be gross, but it's actually great.

No.  Thousand Island salad dressing.


Yes... because those are two different things...
*rollseyes*
 
2022-08-16 8:13:41 PM  

Percise1: SomeTexan: Darth Funjamin: waxbeans: Now do the fish

This. There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).

I mean, I know it should be gross, but it's actually great.

No.  Thousand Island salad dressing.

Yes... because those are two different things...
*rollseyes*


Yes, and the McD's secret sauce is Thousand Island dressing.
 
2022-08-16 8:29:32 PM  
OK, let's work together on this:

Thousand Island dressing is an American salad dressing and condiment based on mayonnaise that can include olive oil, lemon juice, orange juice, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, vinegar, cream, chili sauce, tomato purée, and ketchup or Tabasco sauce.Tartar sauce is a condiment made of mayonnaise, chopped pickles, capers and herbs such as tarragon and dill. Tartar sauce can also be enhanced with the addition of other varieties of herbs, lemon juice, or olives.OK, the big bold print is the basis of tartar sauce. While they can vary, and you can argue things like pickles/no pickles, for reality's sake is safe to say that the base ingredients to make tartar sauce are the same as thousand island dressing, sans the underlined and stricken ingredients that are wholly tomatoish.Brother Darth said: There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).This makes him what is generally known as "correct".To recap: thousand island dressing is essentially all the ingredients of tartar sauce + catsup (or ketchup to cover variants).Take your time...
 
2022-08-16 8:32:06 PM  

Percise1: OK, let's work together on this:

Thousand Island dressing is an American salad dressing and condiment based on mayonnaise that can include olive oil, lemon juice, orange juice, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, vinegar, cream, chili sauce, tomato purée, and ketchup or Tabasco sauce.

Tartar sauce is a condiment made of mayonnaise, chopped pickles, capers and herbs such as tarragon and dill. Tartar sauce can also be enhanced with the addition of other varieties of herbs, lemon juice, or olives.

OK, the big bold print is the basis of tartar sauce. While they can vary, and you can argue things like pickles/no pickles, for reality's sake is safe to say that the base ingredients to make tartar sauce are the same as thousand island dressing, sans the underlined and stricken ingredients that are wholly tomatoish.

Brother Darth said: There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).This makes him what is generally known as "correct".

To recap: thousand island dressing is essentially all the ingredients of tartar sauce + catsup (or ketchup to cover variants).

Take your time...


Thank you farkingfarkformatfarking!
 
2022-08-16 8:33:09 PM  

Percise1: OK, let's work blah blah blah


Who the crap are you even talking to
 
2022-08-16 9:01:59 PM  

middleoftheday: Percise1: OK, let's work blah blah blah

Who the crap are you even talking to


Not you. *shrug*
 
2022-08-16 9:26:08 PM  
as pointed out, it would be incredibly texture dense if they used their normal "slab o' chicken breast" for 2 tiers. So to be edible its gotta be processed chopped chik-n or incredibly soft Chick-fil-a style, but with less christian overlording.
Probably won't try it, but who knows.

-csb
//almost went on a rant how the Ginos Giant was a much superior hamburger to the big mac
//but then I realized I am slowly..."or quickly" morphing into my parents
//so CSB for the win...hashtag winning!
 
2022-08-17 7:55:06 AM  
Haven't they had a flagship chicken burger in India for decades?
 
2022-08-17 10:00:41 AM  

Percise1: OK, let's work together on this:

Thousand Island dressing is an American salad dressing and condiment based on mayonnaise that can include olive oil, lemon juice, orange juice, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, vinegar, cream, chili sauce, tomato purée, and ketchup or Tabasco sauce.Tartar sauce is a condiment made of mayonnaise, chopped pickles, capers and herbs such as tarragon and dill. Tartar sauce can also be enhanced with the addition of other varieties of herbs, lemon juice, or olives.OK, the big bold print is the basis of tartar sauce. While they can vary, and you can argue things like pickles/no pickles, for reality's sake is safe to say that the base ingredients to make tartar sauce are the same as thousand island dressing, sans the underlined and stricken ingredients that are wholly tomatoish.Brother Darth said: There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).This makes him what is generally known as "correct".To recap: thousand island dressing is essentially all the ingredients of tartar sauce + catsup (or ketchup to cover variants).Take your time...


I posit the presence of ketchup and pickles becomes irrelevant as both are present on the sandwich as crafted, along with vinegar (in ketchup) and tobasco sauce (mostly vinegar).

I don't know if they count as the same thing, but they definitely have the same base and are in the same family. They're siblings, not cousins.
 
2022-08-17 1:13:06 PM  
Yeah- i think they've had a version of this in India for some time now.. as part of the population is Hindu, beef is out...they call it the Maharaja Mac... i'm with the guy who said "do the fish"...  and "add a bunch of bacon"... i've heard it was part of McDonalds "secret" menu and was called either a "McGangBang" or the "Land, sea and sky" burger" , unfortunately McDonald's secret menu is a secret no more and you can't ask 'em to make you any of that or order it... they won't do it.... They should just make it official and call it a "3-Way" or a "deluxe 3-way ( with bacon) ain't nothing wrong with gettin' a 3 way at Mcdonalds.. knowwhutimean? Oh, and KFC bring back the double down ( yeah like That'll happen)
 
2022-08-17 7:01:18 PM  

palelizard: Percise1: OK, let's work together on this:

Thousand Island dressing is an American salad dressing and condiment based on mayonnaise that can include olive oil, lemon juice, orange juice, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, vinegar, cream, chili sauce, tomato purée, and ketchup or Tabasco sauce.Tartar sauce is a condiment made of mayonnaise, chopped pickles, capers and herbs such as tarragon and dill. Tartar sauce can also be enhanced with the addition of other varieties of herbs, lemon juice, or olives.OK, the big bold print is the basis of tartar sauce. While they can vary, and you can argue things like pickles/no pickles, for reality's sake is safe to say that the base ingredients to make tartar sauce are the same as thousand island dressing, sans the underlined and stricken ingredients that are wholly tomatoish.Brother Darth said: There's something about fast food fish smeared in tartar sauce (which is all Big Mac sauce is, plus ketchup).This makes him what is generally known as "correct".To recap: thousand island dressing is essentially all the ingredients of tartar sauce + catsup (or ketchup to cover variants).Take your time...

I posit the presence of ketchup and pickles becomes irrelevant as both are present on the sandwich as crafted, along with vinegar (in ketchup) and tobasco sauce (mostly vinegar).

I don't know if they count as the same thing, but they definitely have the same base and are in the same family. They're siblings, not cousins.


Fair enough, definitely siblings... yet I still think that tartar is most of the ingredients of Thousand Isles, so quite possibly the base of the latter.
Matters not, but I do find a decent tartar sauce is appropriate with some fish, especially fried/deep fried, while I have little use for TI, especially not as a salad dressing!
 
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