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2 pack triple burger brioche buns 69p - make your own big mac style burgers @ Iceland
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2 pack triple burger brioche buns 69p - make your own big mac style burgers @ Iceland

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Posted 21st May
Just seen these in Iceland - available online and in store for 69p - considering 2 pack of "normal" brioche burger buns are £1 in Sainsburys and these have three layers and are 69p for 2 / 34.5p each - bargain!

Make your own big mac style burgers as you get a sesame seeded top, a bottom and a middle. Extra gherkins on mine please!

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Oooooh lovely job thon op,have a wee bit of heat
Nice find!
It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!
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col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


Roll them out before cooking and don’t use too high a heat.
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


Malpass market
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


Tesco’s sell the flat sausages that are identical to McDonald’s sausages in the McMuffins in the frozen isle, haven’t come across any McDonald’s style burgers yet but you could easily just roll out some mince and use a cookie cutter
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osrick21/05/2019 11:15

Roll them out before cooking and don’t use too high a heat.



Agree with the cook slow bit, never tried ironing them though!!

They get puffed up because the edges heat seal, so the only way for the water and fat to get out is to push up/down through the middle.

i cook the large Lidl Scottish burgers on 50% power for 15 minutes and they come out flat and moist, yet cooked evenly all the way through.

Not sure about these rolls though, Lidls own are pretty nice, even if they are only 2 peice.
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


Apparently, you can cook them in the oven and put a heavy tray on top in between a layer of greaseproof paper so it weighs it down and keeps it flat and won't stick.....
Should have went with 2 pac buns & big(gie smalls) Mac style
These buns for flavour aren't good, and texture is dry and crumbly. Morrisons and Sainsbury's brioche buns are a lot more real deal.
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


Just make your own better than any ready made ones, mince salt and pepper is all you need. Mix it up with a little red onion or put two together with some grated cheese in the middle.
2facedshanks21/05/2019 11:38

Should have went with 2 pac buns & big(gie smalls) Mac style


I prefer Snoop Doggy Hot Dogs
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


Read somewhere that by pressing the uncooked burger in the middle before cooking stops this (ie make a dent with your thumb)
Good deal, haven’t seen these before, however, while a 2 pack of ‘normal’ brioche buns may be £1 in Sainsbury’s, you can get a 4 pack from Aldi or Lidl for around 79p
Edited by: "Candystore" 21st May
Lidl have 4 packs of brioche buns for 79p. Not sure how this is a deal, just stack them up!

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danj30321/05/2019 12:38

Lidl have 4 packs of brioche buns for 79p. Not sure how this is a deal, …Lidl have 4 packs of brioche buns for 79p. Not sure how this is a deal, just stack them up! http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda-compare-prices/Rolls_And_Bagels/Lidl_Deluxe_Brioche_Burger_Buns_4.html


Lidl ones aren't as tasty, and also have alcohol as a ingredient and not as a carrier for those avoiding alcohol.
The last time I made a club Sandwich like this Was when I got a fresh bakery square olive ciabata roll which are large, and I sliced the roll into three and put my 2 burgers in.
It's become a standard in our house now because of how tall the rolls are. Also are substantial and one burger will be fine for a big bloke.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 21st May
deleted129396021/05/2019 11:35

Agree with the cook slow bit, never tried ironing them though!!They get …Agree with the cook slow bit, never tried ironing them though!!They get puffed up because the edges heat seal, so the only way for the water and fat to get out is to push up/down through the middle.i cook the large Lidl Scottish burgers on 50% power for 15 minutes and they come out flat and moist, yet cooked evenly all the way through.Not sure about these rolls though, Lidls own are pretty nice, even if they are only 2 peice.


50% power, oven? I tend to use Airfryer but I will give it a go cooking low & slow
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col1121/05/2019 13:23

50% power, oven? I tend to use Airfryer but I will give it a go cooking …50% power, oven? I tend to use Airfryer but I will give it a go cooking low & slow



50% power on the hob, it lets them fry in their own fats as it runs out.
Hot thanks OP I'll grab some
i could have those with my vegan - cant believe it's not real juicy mince burger i've just bought from the reduced to clear in ASDA
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


I just cut quarter pounders in half lengthwise part way through cooking, once its in a bun won't notice any difference.
Hmm, the normal brioche buns pack of 4 are around 69p or so at aldi anyway. It's my brioche bun supermarket of choice
Since when are Big Macs served in brioche buns? Sesame yes...
col1121/05/2019 10:58

It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac …It would be great if you could get burgers that came out like big mac style, ie big flat and thin, mine all seem to puff up and come out more like tennis balls!Heat added for price


If you have space in your freezer for a box (48) burgers get yourself a cash and carry card or go to JJ Foods and buy catering burgers. Better than the ones you get in the supermarket and they always stay flat. I think it's because they're not bulked out with water - a catering 1/4lb is much bigger than a supermarket supposed 1/4lb.
polarbaba21/05/2019 12:54

Lidl ones aren't as tasty, and also have alcohol as a ingredient and not …Lidl ones aren't as tasty, and also have alcohol as a ingredient and not as a carrier for those avoiding alcohol.



How many vol. in one of them? Can i drive after 4 pack ?
fubuki8122/05/2019 09:28

How many vol. in one of them? Can i drive after 4 pack ?


I wouldn't!. Don't snack and drive.. it's not worth it!
Someone mentioned about a big mac sauce equivalent - can you let me know what it was. Thanks!
If these are the same as the normal brioche buns from iceland which i expect these are they are not very nice very crumbly and dry.
Zedmeister30/05/2019 17:36

Someone mentioned about a big mac sauce equivalent - can you let me know …Someone mentioned about a big mac sauce equivalent - can you let me know what it was. Thanks!


37757734-HWCvk.jpgWe get this and it's similar.
polarbaba30/05/2019 18:31

[Image] We get this and it's similar.


Where would you get that from?
Apparently it's thousand island dressing
Zedmeister30/05/2019 18:40

Where would you get that from?


Most shops in our local high street( greengrocers, local markets, Asian food shops) in Birmingham stock this brand. Try the "algerien" it's amazing.
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