McDonald's customers around the world are treated to a variety of options that aren't included on menus in the UK.
For instance in India they've had a spicy paneer wrap, while they serve fried chicken with rice and egg in Indonesia.
Over in the Dominican Republic, McDonald's lovers are able to get their hands on something known as the Chicken Mac – yep, that's like a Big Mac but made with chicken burgers instead of beef.
The website describes it as "an unbelievable sandwich made with two breaded chicken patties, cheese, lettuce, creamy mayo and a bun in the middle".
If it sounds like something you need in your life (and your belly) there's a very simple way to go about getting yourself one – and it'll cost less than a regular Big Mac.
As we don't have the Chicken Mac in the UK if you want to try one, you'll have to start by ordering two mayo chicken sandwiches and adding a slice of cheese to each.
This is according to a Reddit user named Craig, who shared his McDonald's hack with the good people of the internet.
The next step is to assemble the chicken creation, removing one of the top buns and putting the two sandwiches together like a Big Mac.
And viola, one Chicken Mac, tuck in and enjoy!
If you want to go all out, you can also grab yourself a pot of Big Mac sauce, which the fast food chain is currently selling for 50p per pot while stocks last.
The chicken mayo sandwiches with cheese should set you back around £1.19 each, taking your total spend with a pot of sauce to under £3 – cheaper than a £3.19 Big Mac.
McDonald's have previously sold the Chicken Mac burgers in the Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia, where they cost £3.79 at the time.
The company says they have no plans to release the burger in the UK.
Last week saw Big Mac lovers rushing to McDonald's branches to stock up on pots of the special sauce.
However many people quickly noticed a major issue with the stuff.
According to McDonald's fans on social media, each pot states that the sauce should be consumed on day of purchase.
This was bad news for those who had bought dozens of them.
However, what really confused people was that as well as this detail, the sauces also have an expiry date – which says best before April.
McDonald's have since confirmed that the best advice to follow is neither of these – instead a spokesperson said the pots have a seven-day shelf life.
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