McDonald's Unwrapped: Getting Exquisite With Big Mac Ingredients
How fancy can you get with McDonald's? During a cook-off at San Francisco's California Culinary Academy, chefs used McDonald's ingredients to create a three-course meal.
The charity gala, called McDonald's Unwrapped, was organized to raise awareness regarding McDonald's ingredients.
According to the Huffington Post, dishes included Big Mac Streusel with Southern Onion Soup and Parmesan Puddin', bacon-wrapped mini-meat-loaf in tangy Coca-Cola sauce, and crustless fish fillets with baby greens, mushroom fricassee, spunky poblano pepper jelly, Canadian-bacon redeye gravy, and leaf-lettuce purée.
With the exception of the seasonings, all the creations had to have ingredients found at McDonald's.
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