Top chef reveals his delicious 'bigger and better' recipe for a McDonald's Big Mac

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Top chef reveals his delicious ‘bigger and better’ recipe for a McDonald’s Big Mac – and the buns are made out of potato

  • Young chef shares how to make McDonald’s Big Mac with classic ingredients 
  • Morgan Hipworth says his recipe makes a bigger, better version of the Big Mac
  • He makes his very own buns, patties, toppings and recreates the special sauce 
  • ‘This looks absolutely insane! My mouth is watering,’ an impressed foodie wrote 


A young chef has shared how to make McDonald’s Big Mac from home that’s packed with classic ingredients and a homemade special sauce.

Melbourne bakery owner, Morgan Hipworth, 21, says his recipe makes a bigger and better version of the traditional Big Mac. 

To make the burger Morgan creates potato buns by adding three cups of bread flour, two teaspoons of sea salt, a quarter cup of caster sugar and 14 grams of dry yeast into a bowl. 

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Morgan Hipworth [pictured] says his recipe makes a bigger and better version of the Big Mac

Morgan makes potato buns by adding bread flour, sea salt, caster sugar and dry yeast into a bowl.

He then adds full-cream milk, eggs, a yolk, unsalted butter and mashed potato into the bowl, mixes well and allows it to rest, then divides the dough into 12 even sized balls.

He then adds three quarter cups of full-cream milk, two eggs, one egg yolk, 60 grams of unsalted butter and 150 grams of mashed potato into the bowl.

Morgan combines the ingredients together and creates a Tangzhong paste with a quarter cup of bread flour, a quarter cup of water and a third cup of full cream milk.  

He adds the Tangzhong paste into the bowl and once combined allows the dough to rest, then divides the dough into 12 even sized balls.   

He adds tangzhong paste into the bowl and combines the dough and divides the dough into 12 balls

Morgan makes the sauce with Kewpie mayo, tomato sauce, mustard, onion, pickles, garlic and paprika

Morgan allows the buns to proof and applies an egg wash on top of each bun, sprinkles over sesame seeds and places into the oven to cook until golden brown 

Morgan allows the buns to proof while he makes an egg wash with one egg and one tablespoon of full-cream milk, then applies it on top of the buns. 

He sprinkles sesame seeds over the buns and places them into the oven to bake until golden brown, then starts on the homemade special sauce. 

To make the special sauce Morgan combines half a cup of Kewpie Mayonnaise, one tablespoon of tomato sauce and one tablespoon of American mustard with a quarter cup of finely chopped brown onion. 

Recipe: How to make Morgan’s homemade Big Mac

Ingredients: 

Potato buns: 

 3/4 cup Full-cream milk

3 cups Bread flour 

1/4 cup Caster sugar 

1 Free-range egg yolk 

 14g Dried yeast

2tsp Sea salt 

2 Free-range eggs 

150g Mashed potato 

Tangzhong paste:

 1/4 cup Bread flour

1/3 cup Full-cream milk  

Egg wash:  

 1tbsp Full-cream milk 

Special Sauce:

 1/2 cup Kewpie Mayonnaise 

1tbsp American mustard 

1/4tsp Paprika and garlic powder 

 1tbsp Tomato sauce

1/4 Brown onion, finely chopped

2 Pickles, finely chopped  

Burger:  

 1tbsp Oil

Sea salt 

Iceberg lettuce, shredded 

Pickles 

 280g Beef mince, refrigerated

2 Slices smoked cheese 

1/4 White onion, finely diced 

Method: 

  1. Add three cups of bread flour, two teaspoons of sea salt, a quarter cup of caster sugar 14 grams of dry yeast into a bowl. 
  2. Pour three quarter cups of full-cream milk, two eggs, one egg yolk, 60 grams of unsalted butter and 150 grams of mashed potato into the bowl.
  3. Combine the ingredients together and create a Tangzhong paste with a quarter cup of bread flour, a quarter cup of water and a third cup of milk.
  4. Add the paste into the bowl and combine, then allow the dough to rest and once rested divide into 12 even sized balls.
  5. Allow buns to proof and make an egg wash with one egg and one tablespoon of full-cream milk, then apply it to the top of each bun.
  6. Sprinkle sesame seeds over the buns and place them into the oven to bake until golden brown.
  7.  Combine half a cup of Kewpie Mayo, one tablespoon of tomato sauce, one tablespoon of American mustard with finely chopped brown onion.
  8. Mix ingredients in a bowl and add in two diced pickles, a quarter teaspoon of garlic powder, a quarter teaspoon of paprika and mix again.
  9. Create two beef patties from 280 grams of mince, salts them and cooks them on both sides, then place a slice of smoked cheese on each to melt.
  10.  Slice a cooked bun into three sections and toast in a pan until golden brown, then sit shredded lettuce on the bottom bun.
  11.  Place a patty on top, add diced onion, pickles, spread on special sauce and repeats the same steps a second time until the Big Mac is made, then dig in.
Morgan makes two beef patties from 280 grams of mince, he salts them and cooks them on both sides

He puts a cheese slice on top to melt and assembles the burger by toasting the bun and cuts three slices

Morgan sits a layer of shredded lettuce on the bottom bun, places a beef patty on top, sprinkles on diced onion and diced pickles 

He mixes the ingredients in a bowl and adds in two diced pickles, a quarter teaspoon of garlic powder, a quarter teaspoon of paprika and mixes again. 

Morgan then makes two beef patties from 280 grams of mince, salts them, cooks them on both sides and puts a slice of smoked cheese on top to melt. 

To assemble the Big Mac Morgan slices a cooked bun into three sections and toasts in a pan until golden brown, he then sits shredded lettuce on the bottom bun slice.

He spreads on special sauce and repeats the same steps a second time until his burger is made

Once his burger resembles a classic Big Mac, Morgan digs in

Morgan’s recipe video has received a more than 40,000 views in less than 15 hours and many comments from fellow foodies

He places a patty on top, adds diced onion and pickles, spreads on special sauce and repeats the same steps a second time until his burger resembles a classic Big Mac, then digs in.

Morgan’s recipe video has received a more than 44,000 views in less than 15 hours and many comments from fellow foodies.   

‘This looks absolutely insane! My mouth is watering,’ an impressed foodie wrote.  

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