When McDonald’s’s Dollar Menu Is Just the Facts
The first thing you notice about McDonald’s Dollar menu is that they are a lot of things.
And then you realize that most of the ingredients are just words on a page.
But it’s worth a try because you get to choose which of the items are true and which are just some words on the page.
So, let’s go through the basics: the hamburger, the bun, the fries, the coleslaw, the chicken nuggets, and the waffle.
It is important to note that the menu is just words.
It has nothing to do with the actual food.
Instead, McDonald’s uses the words “all-natural” or “no added sugars” to describe the ingredients and to describe their taste.
The Burger The Burger is the basic burger: the bun.
Chicken nuggets are served with a bun that is filled with chicken, lettuce, and tomato.
This is the only meat on the bun; the rest is a combination of chicken, turkey, and beef.
McDonald’s fries are wrapped in lettuce, tomato, and aioli.
This is the classic fries.
They are thick, juicy, and creamy.
When the bun is removed from the burger, the lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese are mixed into the bun to create a “fries”.
McDonnell’s waffle fries are crispy and flavorful.
They have a sweet, tangy, and tangy taste.
They’re great for breakfast or lunch, and they’re easy to make.
They don’t need much of the batter, so you can make them in advance.
Buns are wrapped around a bun and a bun.
It looks like a sandwich.
You can either eat the bun at home, in the car, or at a McDonald’s location.
Here’s how to make a bun at McDonald’s.
I’m using the exact same recipe that I used for my waffle, but I added a few things.
First, I used 1/2 pound of chicken and 1/4 pound of beef.
Chicken and beef are two of the most delicious meats on the planet.
They taste exactly like the meat you would find in a burger, and I don’t even need to mention that the chicken is fat free.
If you’re not familiar with how to cook chicken, just read my guide to cooking chicken.
The beef is the real star of the show.
It’s a mixture of chicken broth, ground beef, and soy sauce.
A couple other things to note: 1.
It should be prepared the day before.
This makes the bun easy to peel off the bun and assemble the waffles.
Use less soy sauce than usual.
McDonald’s recommends using 1/3 to 1/8 teaspoon of soy sauce per serving.
If it’s more, you’ll end up with more bun.
I’ve also doubled the amount of flour in the batter to make the wafer a little thicker and crunchier.
The recipe calls for 3/4 cup flour.
I recommend using 1 cup flour instead of 1 tablespoon.
This will make the bun thicker and chewier.
If using the chicken, you can skip the colslaw and fries and just skip the bun altogether.
I usually skip the fries in favor of the colseslaw because I don.t like eating fries without coleslaws.
You could also skip the chicken altogether and just use the bun for fries, but that’s just me.
If you are looking for a waffle recipe that uses a lot less flour, you should try my Chicken Biscuit waffle with a Chocolate Chip Crumble.
It also includes a crispy bun.
You’ll need to add 1/5 cup of flour to make it work, but it’s not too much that you won’t like.
All of the toppings are optional, but they’re really nice.
They include: melted butter, chocolate, maple syrup, powdered sugar, and coconut.
If I’m being completely honest, I have no idea how they get all of these ingredients to make these wonderful toppings, but there’s no doubt that these ingredients are worth the price.
For the coltslaw, I recommend going with a small, but flavorful slice of cheese.
It will help the colesewers texture and give it a bit more crunch.
If your coleswers is too small, just go for a big one like a large piece of cheese, like a slab of Swiss cheese.
The cheese is optional, too.
Some of you might be thinking that this recipe is too simple and too boring.
I can’t say I blame you.
It may not be easy to find the ingredients on the menu.
But if you don’t care about the ingredients, it’s a great way to try something new and fresh.
It takes a little planning, but once you have the ingredients in hand, you will not