Here’s one way to make fast food feel fancy: turn it into a sushi roll.
That’s what master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada did with a McDonald’s Big Mac; he transformed it into a delicious looking roll.
Terada’s finished product looks a lot more appetizing than the regular burger.
Keep scrolling to see how the chef accomplished this amazing feat.
This is master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada. He owns Nove Kitchen and Bar, a Japanese restaurant in Miami.
Terada recently took on the challenge of transforming a McDonald’s Big Mac into a sushi roll.
Terada’s starting product: a Big Mac in all its glory.
Terada set to work taking apart the burger, separating the buns from the meat, cheese, lettuce, and sauce.
He then sliced each bun in half.
He then placed the halved buns onto a sushi mat.
He cut up the remaining ingredients of the Big Mac and laid them out onto the bun slices.
Terada then made a few additions that most of us probably wish were always on our Big Macs: fresh tomato, avocado, and parsley.
And he added some french fries, because what’s a Big Mac without french fries?
Next up: rolling it all up.
Rolling a Big Mac into sushi form is no easy task.
But Terada is a pro…
… which is why he ended up with a neat, tightly packed roll like this.
Terada cut the roll into pieces…
… plated it…
… added BBQ sauce and mayo…
… and finished the roll with a dusting of micro greens.
It’s the fanciest Big Mac you’ll ever see!
Not to mention way more delicious looking than the actual burger.