Mcdonald’s Chicken Offers

May 23, 2011 by staff 

Mcdonald's Chicken OffersMcdonald’s Chicken Offers, McDonald’s is making some adjustments to your menu. There will be a new sandwich, grilled chicken, to be completed with mirepoix (a French dressing) and salt, pepper, garlic and herbs. The bread will get a makeover too, is circular rather than oval. The bread will also be whole grain and wheat instead of white. The Asian salad is making a comeback, and supplemented with chicken. People who enjoy the chicken nuggets and chicken will also select more sauces to choose from, including hot and sweet chile buffalo.

Chicken sandwich connoisseurs might notice a certain je ne sais quoi of new grilled chicken at McDonald’s.
That’s because the restaurant is moving away from its traditional chicken Italian flavor (do not worry if you never noticed) to achieve “a flavor profile more neutral,” said Dan Coudreaut, director of McDonald’s menu, the Nation’s Restaurant News, an industry publication.

The new premium chicken is seasoned with mirepoix, a French condiment from onions, carrots and celery, and salt, pepper, and “maybe a little garlic and herbs,” said Mr. Coudreaut NRN.

Chicken of such refined subtlety needs a bun to match. White bread, oval above, will be exchanged for one round, whole grain and cracked wheat.

In addition to his new recipe for chicken, McDonald’s has some other changes under way. This is the reintroduction of the salad in Asia – to be completed with the chicken again – and is the deployment of some new sauces for Chicken McNuggets and chicken breast strips choose.

The ranch dressing, which has been traditionally served with chicken strips will have “more of a buttery taste, and will be available for McNuggets, too, Dan Coudreaut the trade publication said. And there will be a Thai-inspired sauce for dipping: buffalo hot and fresh chile.

Report to Team

Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.


Comments are closed.