10 McDonald’s Food You Can ONLY Get In South America
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There is no denying that McDonald’s is the
master of the fast food industry. For decades those infamous Golden Arches have stretched
themselves to every corner of the globe. Although their food has become a staple of modern life,
McDonald’s isn’t afraid to take inspiration from local food and incorporate it onto their
menus. While many McDonald’s offer a variety of different choices, today we are focused
on the continent of South America. Here is our list of 10 McDonald’s Foods You Can Only
Get In South America. Torta Banana Just imagine finishing your last bite of a
BigMac or Double Cheeseburger and you’re still feeling a wee bit hungry, if that’s
possible? What you crave next is something sweet. Thankfully the South American McDonald’s
has a treat for you with their Torta Banana. If you’re familiar with the apple pie found
in most McDonald’s around the world, and you’re a fan, then the Torta Banana is a similar
sweet treat and is a must for you. Imagine biting into that warm crusted dessert and
instead of apples, you taste banana. The taste is a cross between a banana split and apple
crumble. Whether you’re partial to the crust or bananas, this one is sure to blow your
mind. We bet you won’t even make it home before you start to chow down on this desert
you’ve ordered. It may have you wishing you ordered more. We’re not exactly sure why North
America is yet to sell this banana dessert or in fact why the rest of the world are yet
to jump on board the banana boat. Maybe the South American Golden Arches want to keep
this to themselves, or get us to visit more often. The Torta Banana might well be worth
a plane ticket! If you ever do find yourself in that part of the world, buying three at
a time is something to keep in mind. When it comes to bananas, you know they are good
for your overall well being, packed full of potassium, and will keep you feeling full
for longer periods, so why not make yourself feel better and order it. You likely won’t
be disappointed. Empanadas Con Queso With a lot of fast food restaurants there
is an important question to be asked: Do you like cheese? If so, what about melted cheese?
If the answer is yes to both, then we have something special for you. If you are not
a big cheese fan, then this entry probably isn’t going to be your cup of tea. But for
everyone else, we give you the Empanadas Con Queso. These delicious Empanadas can be found
in Chile and Venezuela but to be honest, we really think these cheesy pockets of joy should
be sold everywhere. The Empanadas Con Queso comes in threes, because all good things do!
The best way to describe them, for anyone unfamiliar with Empanadas, is: imagine your
favorite pastry dessert like an apple or blueberry turnover, or whatever your favorite fruit
is, now image cheese, instead of fruit, melted between two pieces of delicious pastry. The
warm crunch of the pastry, mixed with the smell and taste of the melted cheese, is like
a big hug for your insides. This cheese pocket is for the type that likes to get up early,
drink black coffee, and ride their bike to work… You know where your priorities are,
stick to it and you’ll reach your goals. We believe in you. McWrap Palta If you’re a little more health conscious
when you pop into your local McDonald’s, nowadays they offer great alternatives to burgers and
fries. Salads and wraps are particularly good choices. If wraps are your thing, and you
happen to find yourself in Chile, then this one’s for you. This McWrap is jam-packed full
of all the goodness that you need. It’s comparable to the McWrap you can find in any
other McDonald’s, except they add the ultimate ingredient; we’re talking about the avocado.
Avocado is a big thing for McDonald’s in Chile, in fact you can ask to add avocado to any
item on the menu. If you ever take a trip to Chile, why not make that burger or salad
taste a bit different by adding some avocado? It can feel like a whole different meal. Avocado
aside, the McWrap Palta is a tortilla wrap packed with thinly sliced fried chicken, onions,
tomatoes, mayonnaise and of course, the avocado. Unfortunately for the rest of us lovers of
McDonald’s wraps, the McWrap Palta is only available in Chile. We’re hoping that this
item will one day grace our lands, too. Arepas Imagine all of your favorite ingredients stuffed
between two cornmeal patties. That’s what you get with the Arepas. They come in a few
different kinds and fillings, similar to a sandwich. Famous in Venezuela and Columbia
as a staple meal, Arepas have been re-created in a few different countries around the world
with various adaptations. We can’t blame these other places for trying, but none seem
to have come close to the original South American favorite. Now McDonald’s have their own version
flying off the grills. Arepas are stuffed full of cheese, meats, and veggies which are
then wrapped into a perfectly folded, buttered shell. It’s then grilled to perfection and
enjoyed down to the last bite. These are a staple in homes in Venezuela and can be re-created
to fit on any dining room table. McDonald’s pulled a good move, introducing it on its
menu to keep up with the cultural movement. You definitely want to indulge in this item
if you are in the area to see why it has a definite place in every home. Venezuela is
a spot you should definitely hit up as you check your bucket list items off. It offers
so much culture and history, and the food that it serves will definitely be making you
want to book your second trip pretty quick. McCriollo This next one is exclusively offered in Columbia.
Sorry to the rest of the world, you’ll just have to make a special trip to experience
the McCriollo. The McCriollo is a breakfast dish, but can be eaten for lunch – or dinner
if you’re a late riser. The McCriollo includes eggs, a sausage patty, some sweet corn, hash
browns and arepas. If you are a breakfast person and love the idea of a McMuffin or
two to satisfy your breakfast needs, then wait till you see what the McCriollo has to
offer. It will blow your mind! Having all that food laid out in front of you is truly
a great way to start any day. The McCriollo is for the person who leads a busy life, who
needs to have one really good hearty meal in order to function for the rest of the day,
and wants to enjoy it till the very last bite. Make your eyes wide, open your mouth, and
take in every bite of the McCriollo, the way it’s intended to. Saltadita Through this list we have guided you across
the glorious continent of South America to see what delights their McDonald’s has to
offer. For our next entry we are off to Peru. This little number resembles a regular hamburger
but its not your average Joe. Packed in between these two patties comprised of 100% beef,
is sautéed onions, tomatoes, and pork loin. It may sound a bit strange to have two types
of meat thrown in there, but somehow, Peru makes it appealing. Peru’s food culture
is heavy on lots of meat, so of course, McDonald’s incorporates that aspect to its own menu to
appease to the audience. Calling all carnivores: the Saltadita is right up your alley and will
definitely feel like you deserved every bite to the fullest extent. Every country tries
to differentiate itself when it comes to food, travel, and experiences, so it’s good to see
that the giants of the fast food world are doing everything they can to accommodate this.
If you do ever find yourself in Peru and are looking to try the local food, then starting
with a McDonald’s Saltadita is a good thing to sink your teeth into before you start to
hike up Machu Picchu! Cheddar McMelt For the next entry on our list, we are off
to the tropical country of Brazil. Famous for its beaches, the Amazon rainforest, and
of course, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, which towers over Rio de Janeiro and is considered
one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This Portuguese speaking nation is no stranger
to standing out from the crowd; it’s often the one at the front of the crowd, dancing
and showing us the bright and fun side of life. After all, it is the home of the famous
Carnival! So we are not surprised to see that McDonald’s has tried to cater to the fun loving
Brazilians. On the surface, the Cheddar McMelt looks a bit like a typical Big Mac. However,
there is a twist. The Cheddar McMelt is stacked with two beef patties, with plenty of melted
cheese in between; grilled onions and soy sauce finish off this mammoth burger. The
inclusion of soy sauce may seem to be an odd choice to a McDonald’s burger, and may even
put some people off, but we trust that the Brazilians know what they’re doing. Especially
with all that melted cheese and meat goodness. McDonald’s Mega Mac If there is one thing that McDonald’s is truly
world renowned for, apart from the Golden Arches, Ronald McDonald, apple pies….. actually
the list is long. Besides all of those things, a real winner and crowd pleaser has always
been the infamous Big Mac. Two grilled beef patties in a three part sesame seed bun, topped
with fresh salad, pickles and their famous ‘special sauce.’ It truly is the perfect burger.
So why, you might ask, would anyone change the Big Mac and what could you do to it to
make it better? The answer is The Mega Mac. The Mega Mac is in no way a replacement for
the Big Mac, it’s more like the Big Mac’s older and tougher brother. Not everyone can
handle such a monstrosity, but for those who can, they are in for a real meaty treat. The
Mega Mac is actually offered in several countries around the world, and each of them have a
slightly different name for it. But in South America it’s the Mega Mac. While the Big Mac
may be large enough for most, some like the challenge of a monster. The Mega Mac adds
two more beef patties to it’s Big Mac burger, as well as more toppings and dressing. The
Mega Mac is for the real McDonald’s extremists and is not to be taken lightly. McNífica “It’s real and it’s magnificent,” stated
McDonald’s Argentina. Let’s talk about this one. A grilled beef patty squished in
between two sesame buns, topped with lettuce, tomato, slivered onions, pickles, and creamy
mayo sauce. Sounds like your average burger but when you sink your teeth into it, all
your dreams start to come true. The simplicity of the ingredients makes it a delicious choice
for dinner time. The McNífica is available pretty much all over South America, however,
it’s Argentina that really excels with this burger. Famous for their meat, particularly
their steak, Argentina takes great care, and pride, with every cut of meat, and McDonald’s
is no different. Sticking to the Argentine code of meat, each burger is packed with pure
Angus beef, fresh tomatoes, onions, lettuce and the big three condiments: Ketchup, Mayo
and Mustard. Not only that but each burger is cooked on charcoal, rather than being fried
or grilled on a regular grill. Which, believe it or not, is a rare sight in the fast food
market and we welcome it. Even more so when it tastes this good. Cono de Arequipe Ice cream is popular anytime, anywhere and
all over the world. Most of us enjoy it as an after dinner snack, or on a hot summer
afternoon when you just need something cold and sweet. Then there are those rare occasions
where sometimes, and we mean sometimes, ice cream can be enjoyed for breakfast, so long
as it’s on the side of a plate of tasty waffles or pancakes. But how about just ice cream
for breakfast? This is every kids dream. Well, in South America you can. They serve ice cream
all day, everyday, and it’s not just your regular vanilla swirl.  We all have our favorite
ice cream toppings but in South America it’s Dulce de leche. Dulce de leche is one of the
sweetest treats you could experience at a fast food restaurant. It’s very similar
to caramel sauce, only a lot sweeter and thicker. While a lot of South America does serve this,
it’s mainly Argentina that serves the best and most widespread varieties. This sauce
isn’t just limited to ice cream; you can swirl it in to sundaes, and it can even be added
to drinks. However, it’s on the classic ice cream cone that fans love Dulce de leche
the most, and it’s available all day long. Taking a trip to a South American McDonald’s
doesn’t just have to be about burgers and fries; with this sweet treat everyone’s sugar
craving will be more than satisfied. It’s fair to say that most McDonald’s around the
world try to put out a crowd-pleasing take on the local delicacies. We can’t wait to
visit South America to get our hands on these tasty treats. There’s no travel required for more of our
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  2. Oh, my God! I'm from Brazil and I hate that Cheddar burger, but people love it. I can say that we have some great breakfast items available in McDonald's in here : Pão de queijo (A round bread made of manioc flour and a typical brazilian cheese) and even a very simple one called "pão na chapa", which is basically a toast, but perfect for starting your day.

  3. How to make south American McDonald's food available everywhere
    1. Invent time machine.
    2. Travel to the 23rd century.
    3. Invent a machine that can change probability.
    4. Use probability machine to make probability certain that all south American McDonald's food is available everywhere.

  4. Do not show me a fried McD’s apple pie as if it’s available in the US when THEY ARE NOT!!!! 😢😢😢😢 I have strong feelings about this….please bring them back.

  5. The wrap sandwich and the the burger from Argentina look delicious. I am pretty sure I say this in everyone of these videos but WHY won't they bring some of that here??? I would love to try a lot of the food shown on these McDonald's videos.

  6. I'm from Chile and I didn't even know that Empanadas with Cheese where such a big deal I thought that every country had them, also I didn't know that I could ask for avocado on everything 🙁

  7. I used to love the double cheddar mcmelt but they are not available anymore, but we still have some sandwiches that are not available in any other country.
    – BTW, In Brazil we also had mcnifico

  8. I had a mega big mac in turkey, but they took it off the menu.. the netherlands also had chicken big mac for a little while..

  9. After finding out that the Secerate Sauce On McDonald's BIG MAC is made up of 35 percent BULL SEMEN 🐂 I have never been to McDonald's again for you BIG MAC FANS out there why don't you save your money and go Suck Off a BULL 😎

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