McDonald’s new “Create Your Taste” menu allows customers to build some pretty unique burgers — including an all-beef take on the KFC Double. Intrigued? Here’s how to order one (and what it tastes like.)
The KFC Double is one of the most recklessly indulgent fast food products ever created. For those who don’t keep abreast of the takeaway times, the Double was an all-meat “burger” that substituted bread for two pieces of Kentucky fried chicken, with a slice of cheese and rasher of bacon sandwiched in-between.
If you’ve ever wondered what a beef patty version would taste like, you can easily assemble one using McDonald’s Create Your Taste menu. In honour of the original, we’ve decided to dub it the Bunless Beef Double. Here’s a break down of how to make your own:
Step 1: Edit your double beef burger
After making your burger selection on the menu screen, select the “Edit” option in the bottom left corner. [Pro tip: You can choose practically any burger as the base of you bunless Double but the most cost-effective option is the Double Beef ‘n’ Bacon Burger — this already comes with two beef patties, bacon and cheese so you don’t have to spend extra by adding extra ingredients.]
Step 2: Remove buns and other condiments
Step 3: Assemble and eat!
Much like its chicken progenitor, the McDonald’s Bunless Beef Double tastes surprisingly different to a normal burger: the lack of buns completely changes the texture and flavour of what you’re eating.
On the downside, it’s not the easiest finger food to partake in. By the end of the meal your fingers are going to feel slightly burnt and be covered in oil. This is something that the KFC Double also suffered from — it’s basically part of the Double experience. As the addage goes; no pain, no gain (the “gain” being in your waistline, natch.)
If you want to relive the Double in cow form, are watching your carbs or just feel like something weird and different, the McDonald’s Bunless Beef Double is worth trying. Just be mindful that you’ll be paying the same price with or without buns. Tch, eh?