Where to get McDonald's Szechuan sauce in Boston this weekend

Bryan Strickland
October 8, 2017

On Saturday, October 7, participating McDonald's locations will be giving out Szechuan sauce in collaboration with the launch of its buttermilk crispy tenders. Some fans have predicted that the sauce will make a return when the new, live action Mulan movie hits theaters in 2019, but this seems unlikely since McDonald's promotional agreement with Disney ended in 2006. Limited-edition posters featuring Rick-and-Morty-esque artwork will also be given out at select locations. The McDonalds in Midtown Detroit at 4235 Woodward starting at 2 p.m.

In July, the "Rick and Morty" Twitter account crowed about receiving an entire bottle of the Szechuan sauce, which came with a label warning users against serving it to "mad scientists traveling with their grandson". "The only place we can try it is in my memory". "Technology is incredible. But delivering for our customers is better still", McDonald's chef Michael Haracz wrote cheekily in a release.

McDonald's says they're bringing back the sauce to go with their buttermilk crispy tenders.

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The McDonald's-inspired gag quickly took hold within the show's fan base and across social media platforms.

Harmon said the situation is "hysterical", as the reference in the show was simply to tease co-creator Justin Roiland's affinity for Szechuan Sauce. Roiland apparently had a very real obsession for that sweet Mulan sauce.

"Look at that art, look at the font", Harmon said. The fast food chain then later gave away three more containers to fans, one of whom ended up selling his jug to DJ Deadmau5 for an undisclosed amount. According to photos of old packets, it's made with tomato paste, soy sauce, dried chili peppers, "natural smoke flavor" and a long list of preservatives.

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