Foodies beware! Starting today, McDonald’s is offering its customers a chance to taste their new and original recipe: the Crispy McFillet. This crispy chicken sandwich is topped with truffle mayonnaise!
A new truffle burger just arrived at McDonald’s! Credit: McDonald’s
Spicy nuggets, avocado burgers or even cilantro sundaes, new flavors never stop blooming at McDonald’s. The brand with Golden M regularly does not hesitate to offer its customers new recipes to surprise their gourmet palates. If it is sometimes difficult to understand their choice (yes, we are referring to the coriander ice cream…), other announcements have once again piqued the curiosity of us food lovers. And the Crispy McFillet is one of those burgers that alerted our taste buds.
New to the menu, the Crispy McFillet features a sourdough bun with lettuce and a very crispy and well-breaded chicken fillet. But what creates all the beauty and originality of this burger is obviously its sauce. Less divisive than Burger King’s new Peanut Butter Sauce, the Crispy McFillet Sauce is quite simply Truffle Mayonnaise!
Truffles at McDonald’s? It’s possible now!
Its rarity and high price make the truffle a luxury delicacy. However, this subterranean fungus is increasingly present on our plates. In pasta, pizza or many other dishes, truffle, we like it or we don’t like it. You can use it for flavored sauces like mayonnaise for example. And that McDonald’s thought was a good idea for their next recipe.
@delishuk truffle mayo? At McDonald’s? #crispymcfillet #breakingnews #mcdonalds #newfoodfindsuk Breathing Empty – Grant Averill
As of this morning, the Crispy McFillet has truffle-flavored mayonnaise and “some roast chicken flavor” (according to early reviews). The super-crispy (and super-seasoned) breaded chicken fillet and this creamy and “slightly peppery” sauce combine perfectly to give your taste buds a pure moment of enjoyment! Well, unfortunately, this new burger is not yet available in France. How lucky they are across the channel! It has been suggested that in a few restaurants in the UK at the moment, it could be exported to the rest of the region (or even overseas?) depending on its success.
And then the price? Just because it’s truffle-based doesn’t mean it’s expensive, far from it! Sold at £4.19 alone (a little less than 5 euros), it’s quite possible to have fun with truffles at McDonald’s (well, we imagine it’s definitely just an aroma with truffles and not the actual piece…). So what do you think?
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