McDonald’s Smoky BLT Quarter Pounder with Cheese encompasses a made-to-order quarter-pound beef patty, two slices of American cheese, thick-cut applewood-smoked bacon, Roma tomatoes, shredded lettuce, and smoky sauce on a toasted sesame seed bun.
I purchased one for $7.19.
For probably the most half, the one Smoky BLT Quarter Pounder is rather a lot like a Quarter Pounder with Cheese Deluxe however with a couple of elements shuffled out and bacon and new smoky sauce put in. As such, the burger got here off as fairly acquainted aside from the brand new sauce.
Smoky sauce felt like a tangier mayo (from the addition of cultured bitter cream) with added smoke taste. The smokiness augmented the bacon however the further tang appeared pointless because it distracted from the BLT idea.
Roma tomatoes are usually have a extra sturdy tomato taste than common tomatoes and these have been pretty ripe so the flavour got here by means of. Nonetheless, Roma tomatoes are additionally small compared and, mixed with the considerably wilted lettuce, usually threatened to spill/slide out of my burger. It made for messy consuming for a burger that is not all that saucy.
The bacon was calmly crisped with an pleasant smoky pork style and the meat patty was moist. The bun was delicate and squishy however resilient.
On the finish of the day, McDonald’s Smoky BLT Quarter Pounder with Cheese felt slightly uninspired. I preferred the smokiness of the burger nevertheless it’s been performed earlier than on fairly a couple of events and the tanginess was a bit overbearing. Consuming it made me need an precise BLT.
Dietary Information – McDonald’s Smoky BLT Quarter Pounder with Cheese
Energy – 770 (from Fats – 460)
Fats – 51g (Saturated Fats – 18g)
Sodium – 1410mg
Carbs – 41g (Sugar – 9g)
Protein – 36g