Brothers Green Eats, the culinary masterminds that taught us how to make Taco Bell gorditas and Wendy’s chicken sandwiches from the comfort of our homes, dropped a new video on Monday—this time turning McDonald’s fast-food classics into Chinese takeout-inspired madness.
“I fall asleep one night and I wake up and [I’m like], ‘Oh my god, I have a dream.’ And in this dream McDonald’s and Chinese takeout, they come together,” Josh Greenfield says in the video, sporting a t-shirt with the words “accidentally offending chefs since 1995” emblazoned across the chest. “[With] Chinese food, you’ve got your General Tso's chicken, you’ve got your egg rolls, you’ve got your dumplings, you’ve got your sesame chicken—all kinds of stuff. We wanted to see what would happen if we took the two and merged them into one.”
“Let’s make this love child a reality,” Mike Greenfield adds.
The brothers (who also co-host a cooking show for MTV when they’re not whipping up fast-food fusion on YouTube) proceed to concoct two Frankenstein-like creations: crispy General Tso’s chicken nuggets with barbeque sauce, and beef and broccoli Big Macs with sesame pancake buns. In the yet-to-be-released second installment of the series, it looks like Josh and Mike will be creating some orange sesame chicken sandwiches, French fry egg rolls, and—perhaps most frightening of all—“McSpare Rib” pork buns.
“This is unlike anything that we have ever done,” the video’s description reads, "and is sure to blow a hole in your mouth's mind.”