Mcdonald's Mcrib Sandwich Recipe

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"McDonald's McRib Sandwich"

Char Lowry


Note: J-T-M™ is the only brand of these pressed and formed pork patties that I've seen. They are shaped like a rack of ribs, just like at McDonald’s. I get them at Wal-Mart®. Look for them in the frozen meat section, near the pre-formed hamburger patties.

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depends on how many you make


jtm brand or any pre-formed pork patty
6 inch long sandwich bun
2 Tbsp
mcdonald’s barbecue sauce
1 Tbsp
chopped white onion
sour dill pickles...or fastfood style dill pickles


1Preheat your griddle to 400°. Cook the pork patty just like a quarter pound beef patty. (consult the package

directions for cooking times and other cooking options)
2Toast the faces of both halves of the bun, using the bun toasting method described throughout this site.
3On the toasted crown (top) half, apply the ready mixed barbecue sauce and follow that with the dill pickle slices, spread out evenly.
4Put the cooked "rib" patty on next, then add the onions, followed by the heel. (bottom)
5Wrap this masterpiece in a 12”x16” sheet of waxed paper, let sit 5 minutes, then microwave on high about 15 seconds, still wrapped.
6Enjoy a wonderful McRib® Sandwich!

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