Bruno Bouchet said he has been “holding on to a life hack” for 15 years to make sure chips taste their best. Mr Bouchet, now a producer on Australian radio show KIIS FM, said: “How do you stop your chips from going soggy? When you are in a drive-thru and you get given your chips, they end up getting soggy.
“So, I’m going to tell you, the error that everyone makes is closing the bag at the top that contains the chips because you think ‘oh, well, if I make it nice and air tight, the heat will keep the chips warm’.
“Wrong. What it actually does is steam the potatoes so you’re left with sloppy chips.
“The hack is simple; you need the heat to escape, so first things first, bag open.
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If you are hoping to try out the life hack over the Easter weekend restaurants will be open as normal on Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Monday.
However, opening times on Easter Sunday may differ from place to place so check your local branch.
All McDonald’s locations are currently enforcing social distancing and enhancing cleaning procedures. Restaurants are now open for walk-ins, but customers must respect social distancing rules and wear a mask.
Additionally, customers can use the app to order their food and get it delivered either via Drive-thru, McDelivery, or the Click and Serve system. You can also order McDonald’s via JustEat or Uber Eats, straight to your door.