McDonald’s Balsamic Dressing – 30g Nutrition & Recipe

McDonalds Balsamic Dressing 30g 1

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Enjoy this McDonald’s balsamic dressing – 30g with your favorite fast food item from McDonald’s menu in the Condiments & Sauces portion. This sauce differs in taste from all the other sauces on their menu.

A perfect duo of rapeseed oil and balsamic vinegar with a garlic taste too. Having calories of about 23 kcal in a 30g sauce.

Balsamic Dressing Price: £0.10


  • Balsamic vinegar |(24%)
  • Garlic puree
  • Spices 
  • Rapeseed oil

McDonald’s Balsamic Dressing – 30g Nutritional Report

Nutrition Percentage Reference IntakePer Portion
Energy (KJ)1% RI96 KJ
Energy (KCal)1% RI 23 KCal
Fats (g)1% RI 0.7g
Of which saturated (g)0% RI 0.1g
Carbohydrates (g)2% RI 4.0g
Of which Sugar (g)3% RI 2.5g
Protein (g)0% RI0.0g
Fibre (g)Nill 0.3g
Salt (g)7% RI0.44g
Nutritional Report


Follow the steps to prepare this balsamic dressing at home:

  • First of all, gather all the ingredients needed for its preparation.
  • Take a clove of garlic and chop it well.
  • Take a bowl and put this chopped garlic in it. Add half a cup of rapeseed oil, half a cup of balsamic vinegar, 1 tsp of salt, 1 tsp of pepper, 1 tsp of honey, and 1 tsp of Dijon mustard.
  • After adding all the ingredients, whisk it well to completely mix these all ingredients.
  • The delicious Balsamic dressing is ready, serve it with your meal.

Our Review

I once tried this McDonald’s balsamic dressing – 30g with nuts from McDonald’s. Upon taking the first bite of nuggets with this balsamic dressing sauce, I felt a very different taste that I had not tasted earlier. The best sauce for your fast food items is from McDonald’s. My experience with this McDonald’s balsamic dressing was good.


Balsamic Vinegar is only the vinegar that has a bitter taste while balsamic dressing is a sauce with a mixture of different ingredients.

Yes, balsamic dressing can be prepared at home by quick steps. You just need to have ingredients like rapeseed oil, balsamic vinegar, spices, etc.

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