This is the latest McDonald’s product with which Mercadona triumphs on its shelves

Although from the outside it may seem that McDonald’s and Mercadona are two companies that have nothing to do with each other, both feed off ‘copy’ products. Plus the second over the first, due to the significant global impact that hamburgers have, this time the product that is succeeding in the Valencian chain are ones that are very successful in the United States.

As a complement to almost any diet, as well as a good snack to get by with, fingers have become one of the most popular products in restaurants, food chains and even homes in recent years. Focused on the latter, on home buying, is why Mercadona has implemented its sale of this item in the cheese variety and under the Hacendado seal.

Some cheese fingers that ‘copy’ those popularized by McDonald’s, but that the chain stopped selling in Spain due to its high fat content, although with the quality signature of Juan Roig’s supermarkets. Produced in Spain, this 300-gram pack of these sticks has an energy value of 900 kilocalories, 36 grams of protein, and 75 grams of carbohydrates, among other things.

ingredients and price

From the factories in , Las Torres de Cotillas (Murcia), the ingredients of these fingers are mostly gouda cheese, breadcrumbs, egg albumen and sunflower oil, as well as may contain traces of soy. Everything to make a deep-frozen product that cooks in just two minutes in a deep fryer.

In other words, easy to prepare and to solve any culinary contingency, Mercadona also recommends leaving them for a while on absorbent paper once fried, to reduce their oil content. Everything to get one of the most longed for McDonald’s products and from just 2.20 euros each pack that contains between nine and eleven units.

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