How to Make a Mouthwatering McDonald's Cheeseburger: A Step-by-Step Guide

Grayson Larkspur

Updated Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Are you a fan of McDonald's cheeseburgers? Have you ever wondered how they're made? Well, look no further because we've got the inside scoop for you! In a recent video that has been making waves on social media, a user shared a tutorial on how to make a McDonald's cheeseburger at home. The video provides a step-by-step guide that will have you salivating in no time.

The process begins with getting your bun, followed by adding the meat and placing the cheese on top. But here's the surprising part - instead of grilling the patty, the video suggests tossing it in the microwave. Yes, you read that right! According to the video, this unconventional method still yields a delicious result.

Next, it's time to add the pickles. However, there's a unique twist to this step. The video advises ensuring that all the pickles are placed in one bite. Talk about a burst of flavor in every mouthful! To enhance the taste, a little mustard is spread on the burger, followed by a generous amount of ketchup.

Once all the ingredients are in place, it's time to crown the creation with the top bun. But here's where things get messy, yet intriguingly satisfying. The video suggests smearing ketchup all over your hands and spreading it on the burger. It may seem unusual, but according to the video, this step is the secret to achieving the perfect McDonald's cheeseburger.

To complete the process, the video recommends wrapping the burger tightly to ensure it stays intact. The end result? A mouthwatering McDonald's cheeseburger that looks just like the real deal.

While the video has generated a lot of buzz, it hasn't escaped the attention of the online community. Commenters had their own thoughts to share. One user jokingly remarked, "You forgot to punch it," adding a touch of humor to the process. Another commenter playfully pointed out, "The final step is charging 8 bucks for it," highlighting the price difference between homemade and fast-food burgers.

Some viewers were particularly intrigued by the messy part of the process, with one commenter noting, "The ketchup on the hands at the end." It seems that this step received mixed reactions, as another commenter humorously suggested, "Was this video sped up?"

The video also sparked a discussion on the working conditions at McDonald's, with one commenter stating, "I mean yea, but working at McDonald's is basically getting s*** on all day." This comment prompted others to advocate for better wages and appreciation for those who prepare the burgers.

Despite the playful banter, it's clear that McDonald's cheeseburgers hold a special place in many people's hearts. One commenter expressed their guilty pleasure, saying, "My guilty pleasure is McDonald's cheeseburgers. This made me laugh, thank you. :)"

This viral video provides a fascinating glimpse into the process of making a McDonald's cheeseburger. While the unconventional microwave method and messy ketchup smearing may raise a few eyebrows, there's no denying the mouthwatering end result. So, if you're feeling adventurous and want to recreate the magic of a McDonald's cheeseburger at home, give this video a watch and get ready to indulge in a delicious homemade treat. Bon appét**!

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Top Comments from Imgur

siflandollysiflandollyshowROCK

You forgot to punch it

AllDayPermaBanned

I think McDonald's corporate came through and downvoted everyone LOL. Don't worry gang, I got you.

jaxomdad

The final step is charging 8 bucks for it.

Apothecarius

The ketchup on the hands at the end

BadPunsAplenty

Left beef. Lefter cheese.

Cookiesdad

Was this video sped up?

BobWeAdaBabyEetsAboy

But… I ordered a McChicken…

Linkavitch

Forgot to add 17 pickles stacked on top of each other and a tablespoon of minced onions in one spot only.

FraudulentPepsi

There is way too much of every ingredient on that according to what I've seen

FireSolvesProblems

I mean yea, but working at McDonald's is basically getting s*** on all day & no matter how quickly or well you work someone will b**** at you.

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