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Looking for a list of McDonald’s food products that you cant buy in America? Look no further! As you are probably aware, McDonald’s is a huge international company (we sincerely hope you knew that (seriously, please tell us you knew that)). Why is McDonald’s menu different in different countries? Well, to cater for the variety of local tastes around the world, McDonald’s branches from different countries serve some (sometimes truly epic) food that you will not be able to get in your local branch in hometown USA.
Can you give an example? Sure! As Indian people do not generally eat meat (the cow is a sacred animal there) McDonald’s in India’s menu abstains from any meat products. Instead, you will find dishes based around paneer (a popular South Asian cheese) and chicken items. Not only that but the way they are seasoned are different. In Indian McDonald’s the food is seasoned with masala and cumin and topped with mint mayonaise (a sauce similar to India’s popular mint yogurt sauce). Needless to say, McDonald’s really takes the local flavor palette into account when planning their international menus.
In other cases, McDonald’s will take local ingredients or food items and merge it with existing food on the menu. These include delights such as ‘Los Beefos’ (meatballs covered in crunchy breading from McDonald’s in Germany) and ‘Bubar Ayam’ (rice porridge topped with chicken strips from McDonald’s in Malaysia)
This list, powered by Ranker, features weird, delicious, gross, and unusual McDonald’s menu items from all around the world that you probably wont be able to get in America.
Did this list leaving anything out?
Are there any McDonald’s products missing from the list? What have you tried in McDonald’s outside of the US that you know they do not serve at home? Let us know in the comment box below.