MCDONALD’S MCRIB SANDWICH RECIPE | TOP SECRET RECIPES
Source: Top Secret Recipes: Step-by-Step by Todd Wilbur.
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Provided by: Todd Wilbur
Total time: 20 minutes0S
Prep time: 10 minutes0S
Cook time: 10 minutes0S
|16 ounces uncooked pork spareribs meat (cut off the bones from 1 rack)|
|3 tablespoons water|
|1 teaspoon granulated sugar|
|3/4 teaspoon salt|
|4 6-inch center split white sandwich rolls (Sara Lee makes the perfect size)|
|1 cup Hunt's Original Barbecue Sauce|
|8 dill pickle slices|
|1/2 cup sliced white onion|
Calories 307 calories
COPYCAT MCRIB SANDWICH RECIPE | MYRECIPES
Provided by: Nicole McLaughlin
Total time: 25 minutes
Yield: Serves 4 (serving size: 1 sandwich)
|8 ounces boneless pork chops, cut into 2 inch pieces|
|8 ounces ground pork|
|¾ teaspoon kosher salt|
|½ teaspoon garlic powder|
|½ teaspoon onion powder|
|½ teaspoon granulated sugar|
|½ cup barbecue sauce, divided|
|4 small hoagie rolls|
|¼ cup sliced white onion|
|12 dill pickle slices|
- Preheat oven to 425°F. Place pork chops in bowl of food processor, and pulse until roughly chopped. Add ground pork, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, and sugar; process until finely chopped and well combined.
- Divide pork mixture into 4 equal portions. Shape each portion into oval patties, and place on a rimmed baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Using the handle of a wooden spoon lightly coated in cooking spray, press handle across each patty to make 3 to 4 indentions. Use your hands to shape the patties into “ribs”.
- Brush patties with 2 tablespoons of the barbecue sauce, and bake in preheated oven 10 minutes. Brush patties again with 2 tablespoons of the barbecue sauce, and return to oven; adjust oven to broil, and broil until cooked through, about 2 minutes.
- Spread remaining barbecue sauce evenly on 1 side of each roll, and add meat patty. Top with onion slices and pickles.
APPETIZING MCDONALD’S MCRIB SANDWICH COPYCAT RECIPE …
Provided by: Yamini Rathore
Total time: 50 minutes
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
|450 g Ground Pork|
|8 slices Dill Pickle|
|¾ tsp Salt|
|46 inch Hoagie Buns|
|½ cup White Onion|
|3 tbsp Water|
- Using a food processor, puree pork, sugar, water and salt until completely smooth.
- Make 4 equal patties of that puree on a nonstick foil or parchment paper.
- Then, gently press another sheet of nonstick foil or parchment paper onto the top of those patties.
- Freeze those patties for few hours until they become solid.
- To make sandwiches, preheat a large skillet over medium heat.
- In the meanwhile, slice the rolls to separate top and bottom.
- Using a pan, brown the faces of top and bottom.
- Now, using the same pan, cook those patties on each side for 3 to 4 minutes.
- Let them cool for a while. Take a large bowl and pour 1 cup of barbecue sauce into it.
- Dip pork patties into the sauce using tongs or hands.
- Make sure patties are completely covered in sauce and then place them in a sandwich roll.
- Then put 2 pickle slices and 2 tablespoons chopped onion on patties.
Calories 480 kcal, ProteinContent 24 g, CarbohydrateContent 45 g, FatContent 22 g, CholesterolContent 134 mg, FiberContent 0.9 g, ServingSize 1 serving
How to make a McDonald’s McRib copycat?
The first step for making the McDonald’s McRib copycat recipe is grinding up the pork. Since most people don’t have a meat grinder, we’re going to use a food processor instead. It works surprisingly well, but you do have to cut the pork into 1-inch pieces before you get started.
What is a McRib?
McDonald’s McRib is a relatively simple sandwich: pork, barbecue sauce, pickles, and onions, served up on a hoagie bun. It doesn’t seem like the type of thing that would make people crazy, and yet it has an incredibly devoted following.
What is in McDonald’s McRib?
There have been a lot of theories over the years about what McDonald’s puts in its McRib sandwich patty. In 2011, Chicago Magazine reported that it is made with real meat, but that meat is likely restructured meat products.
Can you make cloned mcribs in a food processor?
The food processor is essential for grinding up meat that’s been cut away from the bones of a large rack of uncooked pork spareribs. Once you shape the meat into patties and freeze it, you’ll be able to make cloned McRibs any time you want in your own kitchen in less than 10 minutes.