McDonald's food you can't get here
It's been 59 years since McDonald's became synonymous with burgers and fries in the U.S. But since 1967, when it opened an outlet in Vancouver, B.C., it has been an international operation. Now it has more than 34,000 stores in 118 countries, some of which don't eat burgers but all of which, it turns out, eat fries. Here's what else you can find at Mickey D's around the world:
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McAloo Tikki -- India
In India, Aloo tikki is basically a spiced potato croquette -- from the Indian words for potato and croquette. McDonald's adds the lettuce, tomato, sauce, bun and, of course, the Mc for a rough take on a traditional snack.