McSpicy facts for kids
|McDonald's meal in India.jpg|
|McDonald's meal in India, which includes a McSpicy|
|Nutritional value per serving|
|Serving size||1 sandwich|
|Energy||522 kcal (2,180 kJ)|
|- Dietary fiber||3 g|
|- saturated||5.1 g|
|Sodium||1280 mg (56%)|
|Values may be different outside Singapore.
Percentages are relative to US recommendations for adults.
Source: McDonald's Singapore McSpicy
The McSpicy burger sold in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Indonesia contains a spiced fried-chicken cutlet made of leg meat, accompanied by lettuce and mayonnaise. The burger was introduced in Singapore in 1999.
In October 2020, the burger was introduced as a permanent menu item in Australia after initially being brought in temporarily earlier in the year. The burger has also been sold in McDonald's global headquarters restaurant in Chicago, on a rotating basis.
A McSpicy Deluxe, with cheese and tomato, was sold in Singapore, while a burger of the same name is sold in Vietnam with tomato. In South Korea the McSpicy Shanghai Burger was developed specifically for the Korean market; it is made with chicken breast.
In India, McDonald's launched the McSpicy Chicken Burger, McSpicy Paneer Burger, McSpicy Chicken Wrap and McSpicy Paneer Wrap in 2011. The McSpicy Chicken Burger is made from chicken thigh. After its introduction, the McSpicy Paneer Burger was so popular that restaurants sold out every week. In May 2020, McDonald's India added a fried chicken product to its menu using the McSpicy name: McSpicy Fried Chicken.
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