List of Mc Donald's Products - Burgers


All beef patties are seasoned, consisting primarily of salt and black pepper.

  • Big Mac: Along with the Quarter Pounder with cheese, this is one of the two McDonald's signature menu items, introduced in 1967 as a response to the flagship burger at Big Boy restaurants. Two 1.6-ounce (45 g) (approx. uncooked weight) ground beef patties, special Big Mac sauce (similar to Thousand Island dressing), shredded iceberg lettuce, cheese, two gherkin slices, and re-hydrated onions on a toasted sesame seed bun, with an additional middle bun (called a "club layer") separating both beef patties. In Australia a Big Mac average serving size is 201 grams.
  • Big N' Tasty: The Big N' Tasty consists of a seasoned quarter-pound (4 oz, 113.4 g) beef patty with ketchup, mayonnaise, slivered onions, two dill pickle slices, leaf lettuce, and one tomato slice on a sesame seed bun. The Big Tasty configuration is somewhat different, consisting of a third-pound (150 g) beef patty, 5-inch sesame seed bun, square-cut lettuce, two tomato slices, sliced onions, three slices of Emmental cheese, and Big Tasty sauce (which has a smoke flavour). The Big Tasty Bacon variant also contains strips of bacon. This variant is not sold in the USA, only internationally.
  • Quarter Pounder: Along with the Big Mac, this is one of the two McDonald's signature menu items. 4-ounce (113 g) (approx. uncooked weight) ground beef patty with ketchup, mustard, slivered onions, two gherkin slices (many countries don't include gherkins), and two slices of cheese. The Quarter Pounder was invented by Al Bernardin, a franchise owner and former McDonald's Vice President of product development, at his McDonald's in Fremont, California, in 1971. In some markets unfamiliar with Imperial measurements (such as France), it is known as a Royal Cheese, or variants thereof, such as McRoyale. Also available as the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, which includes another patty of the same proportions and a slice of cheese, or as a quad sandwich in parts of Australia.
  • Hamburger and cheeseburger: a 1.6-ounce (45 g) ground beef patty, with 0.125 ounces (3.5 g) ketchup, mustard, a single dill pickle, re-hydrated onions, on a toasted bun. At one time early in McDonald’s history, the pickle was removed from the sandwich. Also sold as a double or triple, adding an extra pickle slice for each beef patty added. The double cheeseburger was originally offered as a promotional item in the 1950s, and was added to the regular menu in 1965. A triple burger and a bacon double cheeseburger are optional items and are not always available in all restaurants or markets. A green chilli double cheeseburger with chilli peppers is offered in New Mexico. In Australia the average serving size for a Cheeseburger is 110 grams.
  • Double Cheeseburger has two 1.6-ounce (45 g) ground beef patties, with 0.125 ounces (3.5 g) ketchup, mustard, two slices of dill pickle, re-hydrated onions, and two pieces of cheese on a toasted bun.
  • McDouble, similar to a Double Cheeseburger, but with just one slice of cheese. Reintroduced as a permanent dollar-menu item in December 2008 – had previously been a short-term product in 1997, advertised with "Eddie the Echo."
  • Daily Double – Similar to the Mcdouble, however the toppings are slightly different. The Daily Double is made with a little bit of lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. It also has only one slice of cheese, like the McDouble, rather than the two slices that are on the double cheeseburger. It is important to note that the $1 McDouble can be converted into a Daily Double by adding lettuce, tomato, and mayonaise for less than the $1.99 charged by McDonalds. In 2011 and 2012, the item was test marketed in various regional locations.
  • The Big N' Tasty, introduced in 1997, is a 4-ounce (113 g) beef patty with ketchup, cheese, mayonnaise with a grill flavoring, diced onions, two pickles, leaf lettuce, kebab meat and a tomato slice, on a toasted bun. It was devised to resemble Burger King's Whopper sandwich. It is also known as the Big Xtra in Slovenia and most of Canada; the McXtra in Québec, Canada; the McFeast Deluxe in Australia; the Big Tasty (without the 'N') in Brazil, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy (without ketchup), Ireland, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom; the Quarter Pounder Deluxe in South Africa; and the McNifica (a play on Spanish magnifica, 'wonderful') in Mexico and Latin America. It was taken off menu boards on September 1, 2010, replaced with a "2 Cheeseburger Meal", and only sold as a sandwich. As of January 1, 2011, it is no longer available as a sandwich either in U.S. locations, but it is still sold outside America.
  • Angus Third Pounders – There are four sandwiches: the Angus Deluxe (American cheese, sliced red onions and sliced red tomatoes, iceberg lettuce, pickles, mustard, and mayonnaise); Angus Mushroom and Swiss (sautéed mushrooms, Swiss cheese and mayonnaise); Angus Bacon and Cheese (bacon, American cheese, sliced red onions, mustard, ketchup and pickles); and the Angus Chipotle BBQ Bacon (chipotle sauce, red onions, pickles, bacon, and American cheese). In Ontario it is the called the Angus Deluxe, with or without bacon, cheese, or both. Cheddar cheese is used on the Angus Deluxe in Canada instead of American cheese. In Australia and New Zealand, there are three Angus burgers sold; The Grand Angus (which is a clone of the Angus Deluxe) and the Mighty Angus (which resembles the Angus Cheese and Bacon, but with no pickles and mayonnaise and onion relish replacing the ketchup and mustard). Also for a limited time only, the Angus The Third, similar to the Grand Angus, but with no mustard and made with a tomato chilli relish and only one slice of cheese. For a limited time, Angus the Great was also sold, a clone of the Angus Mushroom and Swiss.
  • McFeast: A hamburger with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise, in certain markets in the late 1970s. The name McFeast lives on though in Scandinavian countries, where a McFeast has been served since the mid-1980s in Sweden and later introduced to the rest of the Nordic countries, the McFeast in Sweden contains a quarter pounder patty, lettuce, modified mayonnaise with lemon juice, onion and tomato. In the rest of the countries, the McFeast also contains ketchup, but not in Sweden. The same burger was sold under the name Mega Feast in New Zealand for several years during the 1990s, but has since been discontinued. The McFeast Deluxe was sold in Australia until the late 1990s and contained: mustard, ketchup, large onions, McFeast Deluxe sauce, lettuce, 1 tomato slice, regular cheese and a 4:1 quarter pounder patty served in a Quarter Pounder/McChicken Bun. It returned to the Australian menu in 2009 and in August 2011 using the same ingredients, however contained McChicken sauce in place of the original 'McFeast Deluxe' sauce. The McFeast is still being sold in Germany and Austria since the 1990s, named "Hamburger Royal TS" (T for "Tomate" (tomato); S for "Salat", the German word for lettuce). It contains a quarter-pounder patty, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cheese and the McChicken mayo sauce. For special occasions, it is sold in Germany as a "McFresh" which additionally contains cucumber slices.
  • Ranger Burger and Super Ranger

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