Are you a fan of the iconic McRib sandwich? If so, you may be wondering if you can freeze the sauce that comes with it. The good news is that you can! In this article, we'll explain how to freeze the McRib sauce and provide a few tips for making the most of your McRib experience. The McRib is a popular sandwich made with a rectangular boneless pork patty, barbecue sauce, onions, pickles, and a soft white roll. It's manufactured in large processing plants and cryogenic freezers, and is shaped using a silicone mold.
The McRib has been on and off the McDonald's menu over the years, creating what The Atlantic calls the 'Cult of the Elusive McDonald's McRib'. When it comes to freezing the McRib sauce, you can take them out of the boxes, wrap them in wax paper and then in aluminum foil. Place them in resealable bags and store them in the freezer. This way, you can double or triple your recipe and always have McRib burgers ready to cook.
When it comes to sauces for your McRib sandwich, Sweet Baby Ray's is a great option. However, Hunt's Original Barbecue Sauce or Bull's Eye Sweet & Tangy are also close alternatives. You should avoid using French bread or other types of crisp bread as the McRib bun is definitely soft. If you want to make your own McRib at home, you can use an air fryer to prepare it quickly and easily.
The McRib locator blog has debunked theories that the hamburger is made of kangaroos or unicorns when they published the ingredient list. So there you have it - now you know how to freeze McRib sauce and make your own McRib sandwich at home. With these tips, you'll be able to enjoy this iconic sandwich whenever you want!.