Big America Burger 2012 unveiled by McDonald’s Japan (Photo)

By on Jan 6, 2012 in Asia, Food, Lifestyle Comments

McDonald’s Japan launched its Big America Burger 2012, as shown in the photo below, with the fast food company returning the Big America burger to the country for the third straight year since 2010.

According to Business Insider on Tuesday, January 3, 2012, McDonald’s Japan has unveiled four variants of the Big America burger, which will hit stores from January to March this year, one by one.

As noted in the report, McDonald’s first introduced the Big America burger in 2010, in which the sandwiches were named after some of the most famous US states including Texas, New York, California, and Hawaii.

In 2011, McDonald’s Japan launched the Big America burger also using the names of some US states such as Idaho Burger, Miami Burger, Manhattan Burger, and Texas 2 Burger; with all of them composed of a beef patty topped with American cheese, among others.

For 2012, the first Big America burger is called the Grand Canyon Burger, which consists of a beef patty with steak filling, cooked egg, cheddar and mozzarella cheese, crispy onions, steak sauce and an extra middle bun. It was released on Wednesday, January 4.

On the other hand, the Las Vegas Burger, which is being set for release at the end of January, consists of a beef patty topped with a sauteed salsa of sliced beef and onions, which all tops lettuce, cream cheese sauce and American cheese.

Meanwhile, the Broadway Burger, which will be released in mid-February, is a beef patty topped with a mix of fresh vegetables, pastrami bacon, mustard sauce and cream cheese sauce, which all tops mozzarella cheese.

Lastly, the Beverly Hills Burger, which is a beef patty topped with an Egg McMuffin-style fried egg, lettuce, onions, avocado sauce, American cheese and bacon, which all tops Caesar salad sauce, will be released in early March.

Big America Burger 2012 variants
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