Missing your fast food favourites? We’ve got the solutions - recipes to make your own sausage egg McMuffin, takeaways, cookies, homemade meatball sub.
Are you missing your fast food fix? While some of our much loved meals might be temporarily out of reach, we’ve been really impressed by some of the ingenuity being used to re-create them in the comfort of your own home!
From a Maccie D’s breakfast to a Chinese meal for two, we’ve rounded up some of our favourites from across the internet. Give them a go and share how you got on by tagging us @CirculonUk on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Think we’ve missed off a recipe that you swear by? Let us know!
The Sausage and Egg McMuffin is a classic – with its distinctive shape and ability to clear up any late night hangover! We love this version from Recipe Eats with the key to replicating that sausage patty to perfection! Now all we need is a dupe for those hash browns...
You can’t beat a Chinese on a Friday night in front of the tv – it’s a national institution! Luckily for us Chinese Recipes For All gives you the details you need for an epic buffet, including Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls, Chow Mein, Beef and Mushrooms, and Chicken and Green Pepper with Black Bean Sauce! Get your woks at the ready and you’ll definitely have leftovers for lunch the next day.
Famously secretive about the exact recipe used to create that signature blend of 11 herbs and spices, you might think that recreating KFC might be an impossible task. But that doesn’t stop people from trying and this version by Pinch of Nom is both a worthy contender and a healthy alternative!
Subway’s meatball marinara sub is renowned for it’s classic combination of rich sauces and melted cheese over beef. A true lunchtime legend, you can make your working from home version by following this alternative recipe by Side Chef including details on creating that marinade in a sauce pan from scratch. Who knew that homemade sandwiches could be this delicious?
Got a sweet tooth that only a chocolate chip cookie can satisfy? We have got you covered! This recipe from Baking Mad makes 24 cookies that taste just like those tempting treats from Millies Cookies! The key is in the cooking time, for that warm gooey sensation make sure you pop them in the oven on a baking tray for no longer than 7 minutes.
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