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It’s an incredibly slow Food Network news day, so let’s pass the time until Sandra Lee does something stupid by gawking at McDonalds foods from around the world! Here’s a sampling of menu items that aren’t available in the United States:
In Asia, you can pick up an icon sandwich, which is a chicken breast smothered with 2 different kinds of melted cheeses, bacon, and lettuce.
This is the shaka-shaka chicken. You choose a powder mixture flavor, dump it into the bag with your chicken patty, seal the bag, and shake it up.
Hong Kong just released a fried sweet potato pie in 2010.
The Mega-Mac is HUGE. It comes with 4 patties that are much thicker than their American counterparts.
In Asia, you can also get a Diavlo chicken sandwich. It’s a spicy chicken breast covered with bacon, cheese, and lettuce.
Tomato seafood soup.
The Carbonara chicken sandwich combines breakfast and lunch. It’s a chicken breast with cheesy, bacon, cheese, and a scrambled egg.
In Japan, you can score a Double Mac Egg Burger. It has 2 patties, an egg, bacon, and cheese.
In Hong Kong and Tokyo, you can also get a double big mac on a pita. Just look how happy she is about it.
This is a salted lemon chicken sandwich, available in Japan. It’s deep-fried thigh meat with lettuce, cheese and a sweet & salty lemon sauce. It is also available with bacon.
A fried bacon and potato pie! Far superior to the version served in parts of the USA.
The “German Icon” is another variation of the icon sandwich. It’s a fried chicken patty, topped with grilled pork sausage, mozzarella cheese, cabbage, and a tangy sauce.
In Hong Kong, you can get a CBD: chicken bacon deluxe, served on a hearty roll.
In America, we have McCafe blended coffee drinks. In Asia, they have cheesecake and creme brulee. It hardly seems fair.
This is a ham and cheese burger, and it’s available as a breakfast option across Asia.
This is the Nürnburger, a mini bratwurst sandwich available in Germany. It consists of three Nuremberg style sausages and grilled onions piled high on a mustard roll. It debuted in July, 2010.
The shrimp lemon burger is a fried shrimp patty topped with lettuce and a garlic lemon sauce.
McDonalds Germany also boasts the 1955 burger. It comes with bacon and caramelized onions.
Tired of the McMuffin? How about the McToast, with diced ham and melted cheese?
In Germany, you can get McDonalds Mini-Cakes that look like something from a bakery here in the states.
McDonalds in Germany also sell 4 different kinds of cupcakes!
Germany also offers all sorts of bagel sandwiches, like this Italian bagel combo pictured above.
In Chile, you can get a Barros Jarpa. It’s a ham and cheese sandwich served on toast.
Chile also offers empanadas with queso.
The Turkey Mcdonalds has a chocolate orange pie. It’s a fried crust, filled with molten chocolate.
Australia McDonalds serves the Bakehouse Brekkie Roll – egg, fried-potato patty, bacon, and onion relish on a sourdough roll. It also comes in a wrap.
In France, Mexico, Switzerland, and a few other countries, you can get “deluxe french fries.” They’re basically just unpeeled, breaded, and seasoned potatoes.
In Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, and a few other countries in Europe, you can have a cold McBeer with your food.
Italy also has the Mozzarillo, a burger topped with a fresh slice of mozzarella cheese made from 100% Italian milk from Lat Bri (Brianza Dairy). The sandwich debuted in September, 2010.
You can get a Chicken McDo with Spaghetti in the Philippines. It includes a fried chicken leg and spaghetti with marinara sauce.
If you enjoyed this post, check out PART 1 of our McDonalds foods from around the world. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go grab a boring cheeseburger.
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