How to Make McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish Burgers at Home: Mom Shares Her Easy Quick Dinner Recipe – But Swaps Tartare for Homemade RANCH
- An Australian mom recreated McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish burgers at home
- Christa crumbled Basa fish fillets and made her own ranch sauce
- But she bought the sandwiches and slices of cheese from the fast food giant
An Australian mom of two has shared how to replicate the McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish burger at home for a quick and easy meal.
Christa shares images with the Facebook group Mums Who Cook & Bake, saying she crumbled Basa fish fillets with panko breadcrumbs and made her own ranch sauce instead of tartare.
She also bought her local McDonald’s bread rolls and cheese slices for a total of $ 11.50 – a service that only started last year, but is now only available in select locations.
An Australian mom of two shared how to replicate McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish burger at home for a quick and easy meal
Christa shares images with the Mums Who Cook & Bake Facebook group, saying she crumbled Basa fish fillets with panko breadcrumbs and made her own ranch sauce instead of tartare.
The McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish burger is a popular menu option sold in a variety of restaurant locations, but many seemed eager to try the homemade alternative.
A fast food chain employee also confirmed that customers can purchase a variety of McDonald’s products at select stores.
‘I work at McDonald’s and you can buy all the sandwiches, we also sell pickles in a cup, milk, eggs and the meat patties on their own,’ she wrote.
Another mother said, “Well, that looks very good. I like fillet-o-fish. We usually get double at McDonald’s. Home made and more generous with the fillet is fantastic. ‘
Last month, parents praised another mom for sharing her Aldi fish burger recipe with pasties
Last month, parents praised another mom for sharing her similar fish burger recipe with pasties from Aldi.
Mama Georgia prepared the delicious meal with the Ocean Royale Fish Burger Patties, which cost just $ 3.99 per pack.
The fish patties (made in Australia from imported and local ingredients) are a fantastic source of protein and have a high health star rating of four out of five.
Each box contains two servings of buttermilk-coated Alaskan Pollock that simply needs to be heated in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 25 minutes.
The brioche buns, tartar sauce and fries were also bought from the supermarket giant, but the lettuce was homegrown.