With A Serrated Knife, Cut The Top Off The Extra Bun, Leaving About A 3/4 Inch Thick Slice. This Will Be The Middle Bun Of Your Sandwich.
Place The 3 Bun Halves On A Hot Pan Or Griddle. Face Down, Toasting To A Light Brown. Set Aside But Keep Your Pan Hot.
Divide The Hamburger In Half And Press Into 2 Thin Patties Slightly Larger Than The Bun. Cook Until Done.
Build Your Mac In The Following Order, From The Bottom Up.
To build a big mac jr. from bottom up.
To make it taste even more authentic, make sure to salt and pepper the patties (which incidently weigh 1/10th of a pound before cooking), for the onions, take dried minced onions (the kind you buy with other seasonings) and reconstitute them with cold water about two hours before you are going to use them. Also, mix some mayo and a very small amount of relish into the thousand island dressing. Remember not to grease the griddle when toasting the buns and also to weigh them down with a metal cookie sheet while toasting. I worked for McDonlad's for many years, and these are some of the tricks to making a "Mac" at home.
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