Rather than using burger buns, this DudeFoods mac and cheese burger simply swaps out bread for noodles. Dubbed 'The Big Mac 'n Cheese,' this recipe plays off of the name of McDonald's Big Mac and towers much taller than the original burger.
To make this gigantic stacked burger, Nick Chipman of DudeFoods notes that: "I headed to McDonald’s, grabbed a Big Mac, fed the original buns to my dogs Finn and Holden and then re-assembled it with my macaroni and cheese buns." Due to the size of the burger, plus the consistency of the noodle patties, the burger would likely be a little more difficult to eat than usual. However, ever the innovator when it comes to crazy food recipes, Chipman suggests that if you find yourself struggling to eat this mac and cheese burger, you could always deep fry the whole thing and eat it on a stick.
This Mac and Cheese Burger Trades Burger Buns for Pasta
1. Alternative Burger Buns - Opportunity for innovative burger joints to experiment with non-traditional bun options, such as using pasta in place of bread.
2. Stacked Burgers - Potential for food businesses to attract customers by offering towering burger creations that go beyond the standard burger size.
3. Novelty Food Creations - Room for creative entrepreneurs to come up with unique and attention-grabbing recipes that incorporate unconventional ingredients.
1. Burger Joints - Burger restaurants can embrace the trend of using alternative burger buns to differentiate themselves and offer a unique dining experience.
2. Fast Food Chains - Fast food chains have the opportunity to introduce limited-time menu items featuring stacked burgers to create excitement and drive customer engagement.
3. Food Trucks - Food truck operators can leverage the trend of novelty food creations by experimenting with unconventional burger recipes to cater to adventurous eaters.