McDonald’s Launches Four New Dipping Sauces For McNuggets

McDonald's new dipping sauces.
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McDonald’s has launched four new dipping sauces for McNuggets.

The fast-food chain has added some mouthwatering new additions to its menu, including the Steakhouse Stack Burger – which already has customers branding it the restaurant’s ‘best-ever dish’.

While McDonald’s has also dropped some refreshing summer drinks, such as the Strawberries & Cream Frappé.

And to celebrate the chain’s 40th anniversary of its McNuggets being introduced to the menu, four brand new dipping sauces have dropped.

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McDonald's dipping sauces.
McDonald’s has launched four new dipping sauces for McNuggets. Credit: McDonald’s

So if you’re eager to find out more about these dips, from what flavours they are to when they’ll be available to order, read below:

What are McDonald’s new sauces for McNuggets?

The chain has revealed that customers will be able to choose from a Mega Hot Sauce dip, a Garlic Mayo dip, Chipotle Mayo or a Creamy Ranch dip.

They’ll join the menu alongside McDonald’s already existing condiments, which includes regular and Smoky BBQ dips, Sweet & Sour dip, and Sweet Curry dip.

When will McDonald’s new sauces be available to order?

McDonald’s will be releasing the new sauces in two separate drops.

The Mega Hot Sauce dip and the Garlic Mayo dip will be released to the public on May 10.

This will be followed by a second drop on May 31 when the Chipotle Mayo and the Creamy Ranch dip will be available for customers.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.