McDonald\u2019s Szechuan dipping sauce is the newest thing trending on the internet this month. Why is the internet talking about a nugget dipping sauce that has been discontinued for nearly 19 years?\r\nThe answer can be found on an April Fool\u2019s episode of Adult Swim\u2019s hit show Rick and Morty. In case you missed it, mad scientist Rick is obsessed with the dipping sauce in this episode. Rick becomes unhinged, ranting uncontrollably and foaming at the mouth about his one true love\u2014McDonald\u2019s Szechuan sauce.\r\n\r\nThe dipping sauce was briefly released by the fast food giant in 1998 to celebrate the debut of Disney\u2019s Mulan. While you might like to try a taste of the sauce yourself, just to see what all of the hoopla is about, we are not sure whether or not Mickey D\u2019s plans to bring the sauce back or not. They teasingly hinted on Twitter that they might just bring it back. Just in case they don\u2019t resurrect the sauce, we have some good news for you.\r\n\r\nAndrew Rea, of the YouTube Channel \u2014Binging with Babish, decided to recreate his version three different ways. In the Binging with Babish Channel, Rea recreates iconic and obscure food favourites.\r\n\r\nRea makes three different versions of the Szechuan sauce. The first version is Rea\u2019s take on the famed McDonald\u2019s sauce. For the second version of the sauce, Rea enlisted the help of a Reddit user since he has never tasted McDonald\u2019s Szechuan sauce. For the third version, Rea just combines Mcdonald\u2019s current Sweet and Sour Sauce and Barbecue Sauce.\r\n\r\nRea does a final taste test where he compares the three sauces to one another and declares a winner. Watch the video and try to make the sauces yourself. Tell us which one you prefer.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.