How to recreate your own McDonald’s burger at home: Cook, 19, shares his recipe for the classic McChicken – and it’s ‘even better than the real thing’
- Home baker Morgan Hipworth, 19, recreated the McDonald’s McChicken burger
- The bakery owner shared the recipe with his 599,000 followers on TikTok
- The key to replicating the meal is to make a dry and wet mixture to coat the meat
- The concise video has gone viral and been viewed more than 151,000 times
A 19-year-old Australian cook has shared his very simple recipe to recreate McDonald’s-inspired McChicken burger at home.
To make the burger, the teenager first combined spices such as garlic and onion powder, celery salt and potato flour together to form a dry mix, which ultimately provides the flavoursome taste.
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Morgan Hipworth, from Melbourne, (pictured) shared the recipe in a now-viral TikTok video showing exactly how he made the classic burger
How to recreate Morgan’s McDonald’s-inspired McChicken
1 chicken breast
Shredded iceberg lettuce
FOR THE WET MIX
50g potato flour
50g rice flour
Water (if needed
FOR THE DRY MIX
100g potato flour
100g rice flour
1tsp celery salt
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp onion powder
1tsp black pepper
50g kewpie mayonnaise
10ml pickle juice (liquid from pickles)
Morgan has recreated the classic McDonald’s McChicken burger (left: Homemade; right: Store-bought from McDonald’s)
Slice the chicken breast into thin patty-shaped pieces.
Combine the ingredients for the dry mix together in a bowl. In another bowl, combine the wet mix ingredients together.
Coat the chicken breast into the dry mix first, then the wet mix and once again into the dry mix.
Fry the chicken in boiling vegetable oil at 170 degrees Celsius until golden brown.
Combine the ingredients for the mayonnaise and toast the brioche bun. Layer the bun with the chicken, lettuce, mayonnaise and top of the bun. Enjoy!
Source: Morgan Hipworth
He also made a wet mixture consisting of rice flour, potato flour and egg to form a crispy outer layer when the chicken is cooked.
Morgan then dunked the chicken breast in the dry mix, wet mix, then dry mix again to lock-in the flavour.
Once Morgan coated the chicken in the floury mixtures, he then fried it in boiling hot vegetable oil at 170 degrees Celsius until golden brown.
To make the burger, Morgan made a dry and wet mix in two separate bowls to coat the chicken with
Morgan also combined 10mL of pickle juice with 50g of Kewpie mayonnaise for extra saltiness.
The burger is then made with a toasted brioche bun, the cooked chicken patty, fresh lettuce, mayonnaise and bun on top.
The end result looked delightfully delicious and would be sure to please others at dinner.
Morgan then dunked the chicken in the dry mix, wet mix, then dry mix again to lock in the flavour
Morgan then then fries it in boiling hot vegetable oil at 170 degrees Celsius until golden brown. The end result looked delightfully delicious (right)
After sharing the video with his 599,000 TikTok followers, many were amazed at how easy the recipe is to follow and praised Morgan for sharing the insight.
‘So much better than the fast food!’ one person said.
‘I made it at home and it was so good,’ another person confirmed.
‘Look at how much better the homemade one looks,’ a third added.