It feels like we’ve been waiting forever, but it finally happened: Sriracha is now part of the McDonald’s menu.
Last month, the world’s largest restaurant chain unveiled Signature Sriracha, the newest flavor on its Signature Crafted menu.
According to McDonald’s, Signature Sriracha can be added to “a 100 percent pure beef patty, Buttermilk Crispy Chicken or Artisan Grilled Chicken.” These sandwiches include the exclusive Sriracha Big Mac sauce, white cheddar cheese, crispy onions, baby spinach and baby kale, and a tomato slice.
“Signature Sriracha provides our customers with an exclusive blend of two wildly popular flavors, Sriracha and Big Mac Special Sauce, creating a spicy flavor in a way only McDonald’s can do,” Bob Sutherland, president of the San Diego County McDonald’s Owner/Operator Association, said in a release.
The new sauce is currently served at McDonald’s restaurants in Los Angeles and San Diego. Seattle-area locations will begin offering it on July 7.
The Signature Crafted Menu also features Pico Guacamole, Maple Bacon Dijon (Los Angeles and San Diego), and Sweet BBQ Bacon (Seattle).