Hamburger McDonalds original
Energy 745 kJ (178 kcal) 9 %
Sugar 1.05 g 1 %
Fats 6.94 g 10 %
Saturates 0.04 g 0 %
Sodium 0.611 g 25 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
In this recipe, we´ll show you how to wrap a hamburger. It is performed directly by McDonalds employee.
|minced beef back||with a fat content of about 20%
||80 g||117,9 kcal|
|salt||1/6 tsp||1.5 g||0,1 kcal|
|grounded black pepper||1/8 tsp||0.5 g||0 kcal|
|parsley leaves||1/2 tsp||0.5 g||0 kcal|
|onion||3 slices||5 g||2,1 kcal|
|tomatoes||2 slices||5 g||1,1 kcal|
|iceberg lettuce raw||2 tbsp||5 g||0,7 kcal|
|sesame roll||1 piece||100 g||224 kcal|
|full fat mustard||1 tsp||10 g||10 kcal|
|sweet ketchup||1 tsp||10 g||11 kcal|
|cheese gouda||or cheddar - 1 slice||10 g||39,7 kcal|
|aluminum foil||30x30cm||1 pcs||-|
- Hamburger McDonalds original starts preparing meat. It should have approximately 20% fat.
- Put the meat in a bowl, add about 1/6 tsp salt, 1/8 teaspoon pepper and stir well.
- Leave the meat rest for a while, and chop vegetable. Onion into thin slices and tomatoes into slices about 3 mm thick. Iceberg lettuce cut into smaller pieces according to the video.
- Heat the hotplate at 200°C and bake meat for about 3 minutes each side. If you do not have hotplate, use high-quality pan without fat, preferably ceramic. At the same time preheat the bread roll.
- The upper part of roll spread with a teaspoon of mustard, a teaspoon of sweet ketchup, slices of onion, tomatoes, 2 tablespoons of iceberg lettuce, a slice of cheese, meat directly from the pan and close with the lower part of roll.
- Hamburger leave "upside down", wrap it in aluminum foil or wax paper and when packed, turn it over.
- After approximately 3-4 minutes. This step is often neglected mainly when home grilling, but the taste is really better, McDonald´s had thought of it perfectly.
- Then just unpack and bon appetit.
In this recipe it is not important how to prepare meat, but how to put ingredients on each other. Particular importance is put on hamburger wrapping. It's because the burger will taste different while it cools.