Ramadan Special – Crispy Potato Nuggets || Cheesy Potato Nuggets Recipe In 3 Easy Steps McDonald’s started out as a beefy burger joint back in 1948, but the world-famous fast-food chain has been offering another high-protein meat – chicken – since the specially molded McNugget made its debut in 1983.Perhaps now as iconic as the Big Mac or Quarter Pounder, these tiny deep-fried chunks seem harmless on the surface. And over the years, McDonald’s has added dipping sauces that make these bite-sized bits appealing to the taste of just about anyone – adults and kids alike.White meat from poultry has less saturated fat than red meat. While that might appear to be a healthy advantage, the other ingredients McDonald’s adds make its nutritional value questionable. If you’re not too squeamish or too chicken to hear all the details, read on to get some nuggets of truth about these little golden treats.
THE DETECTIVE: Christopher Ochner, Ph.D.,a research associate at New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center. Ochner is very familiar with McDonald’s menu. A few years ago, he conducted his own “Super Size Me”-type diet experiment: Every day for two months he ate one meal at the fast food restaurant as part of a study.
Without sauce: 280 calories, 18 grams fat, 18 grams carbs, 13 grams protein, 0 grams sugar, 540 milligrams sodium, 1 gram dietary fiber.With barbeque sauce: 330 calories, 18 grams fat, 29 grams carbs, 13 grams protein, 10 grams sugar, 800 milligrams sodium, 1 gram dietary fiber.