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Did McDonald’s Just Launch an Accidentally Vegan Burger in India?

How many times have you entered McDonald’s and ended up buying a pack of fries, only because there is no other vegan option available? Now, there seems to be an accidentally vegan burger that you can order!

McDonald’s India – North and East has recently made a new addition to its menu with Chaat Twist McAloo Tikki burger. Priced at ₹42, the burger gives a desi twist to its signature McAloo Tikki burger by introducing street food flavours. Customised as per Indian taste preferences, Chaat Twist McAloo Tikki burger is available across McDonald’s restaurants for dine-in, take away and drive-thru customers and through McDelivery in the north and east region for a limited period.

mcdonalds chaat twistChaat Twist McAloo Tikki burger is a combination of a patty prepared with peas, potato and spices, clubbed with shredded onions and topped with a tangy, sweet and spicy green chutney made from mint, coriander, tamarind, jalapeno chilies and cumin powder. We tried the burger and saw that there is no mayonnaise in it, making it safe for vegans.

Though the company does not label the burger as vegan, we think that its ingredients make it completely vegan-friendly. Try it out and let us know what you think!

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