What To Eat 10th December 2020 by Denise Curtin
How To Make McDonald’s Cheese Bites At Home, According To TikTok
McDonald's, but make it homemade.
From chicken nuggets to the signature Big Mac and the moreish egg McMuffin, if you’ve ever fancied recreating one of McDonald’s delish dishes in your own home, I promise you, the internet will find you an answer.
One user on TikTok has shared a step-by-step guide for recreating the delish cheese nuggets from McDonald’s. Using only five ingredients, these bites look just like the ones from our fave fast food chain and so, it’s off to the kitchen we go.
According to Rees, the guy behind the TikTok, all you need to do is start by whisking an egg in a bowl, then dunk a Babybel cheese into flour and roll it into the egg mixture.
Following that, you then dip the cheese into a bowl of breadcrumbs to coat it, before shallow frying it in oil to get that crispy texture.
The video in question has over 2.4 million views, with people all across the world recreating the simple recipe and loving the results.
Check it out for yourself here.
@rees.ecBabybel cheesebites 🥵 ##foryoupage ##foryou ##fyp ##cheese ##cheesebites ##food ##foodporn ##mcdonalds ##chiccynugget♬ Supalonely (feat. Gus Dapperton) – BENEE
And in terms of sweet treats, if you’re tired of making banana bread from March to present, and now looking for something else to satisfy your sweet tooth, Chef Adrian has the best chocolate brownie recipe.
For the brownies
225g good-quality dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids)
300g caster sugar
3 large eggs, beaten
seeds of 1 vanilla pod or 1tsp of vanilla extract
100g plain flour
1tsp baking powder
For the frosting
450g cream cheese
320g icing sugar, sieved
50g cocoa, sieved
To decorate (Optional)Chocolate curls made by running your knife along a bar of good quality chocolate.
Click here for full method
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