Friday, March 25, 2011

DIY McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich + BONUS Burger

This is a Do-It-Yourself ("DIY") step-by-step tutorial on how to assemble your own McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich. This McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich can be acheived by purchasing either 1) Two McDonald's Double Filet-O-Fish Sandwiches or 2) Four Regular McDonald's Filet-O-Fish Sandwiches (note that this tutorial uses two McDonald's Double Filet-O-Fish Sandwiches).

Disclaimer: Eat this McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich at your own risk. I am not responsible or liable for whatever happens to you afterwards. This is an epic burger and it is not for the weak. Although not a prerequisite, I strongly advise that you be a fan of the Regular McDonald's Filet-O-Fish before you attempt to make this McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich. In addition, please be aware of the nutritional information shown below for ONE McDonald's Double Filet-O-Fish Sandwich:

STEP 1 - Buy 2 McDonald's Double Filet-O-Fish Sandwiches. Request fresh hot filets if possible. Do not be embarrassed by your order or your request.

STEP 2 - Open both boxes.

STEP 3 - Check. Your McDonald's Double Filet-O-Fish Sandwich should look similar to this:

STEP 4 - Remove the top buns from both sandwiches and set aside as shown below:

STEP 5 - Remove the double filets from the sandwich on your left and place them on top of the filets on your right. 

STEP 6 - Using a knife, scrape the remaining mayonnaise off from the top bun on your left and spread it across the top filet on your right. Place top right bun on top of filet tower. 

STEP 7 - Check. Your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich should look similar to the one below (Note: I adjusted the filet pieces on a zig-zag pattern for added visual appeal). Feel free to take a few seconds and admire your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish Sandwich.

STEP 8 - Using both hands, very gently lift up your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish from the cardboard box. Do not squeeze too tightly as the buns are very soft and fragile and may break from too much force (Note: for photo purposes, I'm using one hand to hold the sandwich and the other hand to hold the camera. I do not suggest you attempt this).

STEP 9 - Ask a friend to help you take a picture of you with your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish. If you are alone, kindly ask someone around you. If nobody is around you or if you are afriad that he / she will run off with your camera / phone, ask a McDonald's employee to assist you. Again, do not be embarrassed by your request.

Step 10 - Prepare for consumption by relaxing your mouth and jaw muscles. Evaluate whether or not you can fit your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish in your mouth. If not, do not worry, simply adjust to bites to "half bites" (i.e. first bite = top bun + 1st filet + 2nd filet, second bite = 3rd filet + 4th filet + bottom bun, REPEAT).

STEP 11 - Check. Halfway point. Your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish should look similar to the picture below: a messy combination of moist, flaky fish combined with mayonnaise and cheese. You should not be able to distinguish the four separate filets at this point.

STEP 12 - Optional: Pose with your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish.

STEP 13 - After you are done your McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish, your tray should look like this:


This bonus burger can only be created if you have ordered a combo with at least one of your McDonald's Double Filet-O-Fish Sandwich (i.e. sandwich + fries + drink).

STEP 14 - Place fries on top of bottom bun as shown below, cover whole bun if possible. Spread ketchup on top of fries (salt + pepper optional). 

STEP 15 - Place top bun on top of fries. Eat.

Step 16 - Check. After you are done your Bonus Burger, your tray should look like this:

Mission accomplished. You can now pat yourself on the back, rest, and burp.

Please email me if you have any questions regarding this McDonald's Quadruple Filet-O-Fish tutorial ^_^