The McDouble is a famous burger that was sold by McDonald’s. It consists of two beef patties with one slice of cheese, and was first introduced in 1997. The McDouble is similar to the double cheeseburger, but it has slightly fewer calories and less fat.
The mcdouble is made with two 100% beef patties that are lightly seasoned with salt and pepper, and is topped with tangy pickles, onions, ketchup, mustard, and a melty slice of American cheese. This burger is also free of artificial preservatives and artifical flavors.
There are 390 calories in a mcdouble, and it contains about 50% of your daily allowance for fat and carbohydrates. To burn off these calories, you’ll need to spend about 34 minutes exercising, or walking for 56 minutes.
To make your own McDouble, you’ll need a sesame seed hamburger bun, two ground beef patties (roughly 1/4 inch thick), a pinch of salt, and a slice of American cheese. To cook the patty, heat a skillet or nonstick pan on medium heat until it’s hot and lightly toasted. Add the patty to the skillet and cook for about 2 minutes on each side.
Once the patty is cooked, remove it from the skillet and set aside. Place the slice of American cheese on either patty, then top with the other patty. To finish your DIY McDouble, spread the ketchup and mustard on the bun and serve. The McDouble is an inexpensive and delicious meal that can be enjoyed by anyone. It’s also a good option for people who want to avoid fast food but still enjoy a burger that is low in calories and fat.