This real easy and simple BigMac copycat recipe can be done quicker than you can probably walk to your local McDonalds.
It’s surprisingly straight forward to create a simple homemade Big Mac using Heinz Burger Sauce, available in most shops alongside the ketchup. If that fails you can use Thousand Island dressing.
It’s not QUITE the same as the actual Big Mac sauce, but that takes a day to make (recipe here, if you want to make it to use in this burger) so we’ll make do without it.
Then all you need is some lettuce, onions, a chunky burger bun (so you can cut it into thirds), a pair of burgers and some cheese slices.
Price wise this very cheap Big Mac recipe works out at less than £1.50 per serving!
- Burgers 2
- Cheese slices 2
- Burger sauce Can also use Thousand Island dressing
- Chips To serve
How to make a simple BigMac copycat burger:
- Squash the burgers to make them very thin, about 0.5-1CMs, if they aren’t already.
- Fry in a bit of oil on both sides for 2-4 minutes until cooked through. Add a cheese slice on one side and allow to melt.
- Set the burgers aside
- Cut a chunky sesame into three and lightly toast or grill.
- Meanwhile, shred some lettuce and peel and and dice an onion.
- Once everything is done you can assemble the burger: Start with the bottom bun then burger then lettuce.
- Add on some burger sauce or Thousand Island dressing.
- Add on the middle bun, the other burger, more lettuce, a handful of onions and more sauce.
- Top with the final bun.
- Serve with some crispy oven fries and enjoy!