The iconic McDonald's item features two beef patties, lettuce, cheese slices, onions, pickles and McDonald's Mac Sauce served on a sesame bun.
We kinda love it so much, we turned our Big Mac's into Pizza. The latest item to get the
Big Mac Mac Daddy treatment comes from a Poutinerie in Los Angeles.
Smoke's Poutinerie in Hollywood is offering a new dish they call the Mac Daddy Poutine. Can you guess what it was inspired by? No, take a guess.
The poutine dish is made with freshly-cut fries and the Canadian staple of chicken gravy and cheese curds every good poutine dish requires. Here's where it gets special.
Smoke's Mac Daddy is then topped with lettuce, a cheese sauce, ground beef, their version of a Mac Sauce, pickles and sesame seeds. Kind of like a deconstructed Big Mac on top a bed of poutine. Here's how they make it:
Fellow Foodbeast editor Reach had this to say:
Poutine is grown folk snacking. But with the Mac Daddy poutine, each bite took me back to stinky ball pits, Happy Meal prizes, and the awe in which my 8-year-old eyes viewed the size of a Big Mac.
You can get yourself a box for around $10. The Mac Daddy will be available through the next week.