Back in October, I found out that McDonald’s Big Mac sauce was available in bottles.
But only in Canada.
I expressed my disappointment on my Facebook page and DiS!1972-fan Alicia offered to send me Big Mac sauce as well as Filet o’ Fish Sauce and McChicken Sauce (McChicken sauce is something I will get into in the future).
Well, Alicia is my favorite person in the world because she not only sent me the three sauces, but an entire treasure chest of Canadian foodstuffs!
I call it CANADA BOX. And I will be eating my way through it and writing about each item.
But first! BIG MAC SAUCE.
Of course it wasn’t enough to just slap the sauce on a burger. I had to make my very own version of the iconic classic.
So I grabbed two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions – on a sesame seed bun………
Two words to describe this sandwich: FUCK. YES.
The mincing of the onions and the shredding of the lettuce is what really makes this work. As does, bun selection and bun toasting. Lightly toast those buns, people!
There seems to be a December expiration date on the bottle, so I think Dr. Sauce, Esq. and I may make these again before Thanksgiving.
In fact, I know we will be making these again before Thanksgiving.
Thank you, Alicia!
Even if I don’t like anything else in the box (but I know that I do because I’ve tried a number of the items in the box–just haven’t written about them yet), it is worth it just for the Big Mac sauce.
If you aren’t lucky enough to be in Canada or have a Canadian friend who is willing to send some over the border, you can find a recipe HERE.
Now check out this Big Mac commercial from 1972. Because it’s weird.