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(KCEN) --  Anyone who thinks there's nothing new to put on top of a burger, you're sadly mistaken.

Carl's Jr. had an idea to add mashed potatoes on a burger.

They named the sandwich 'Mashers.'

It is a scoop of mashed potatoes with gravy on top of a burger or chicken patty.

But that's not it... They also added some crispy onion strings.

The 'Big Chicken Masher' is 900 calories and 47 grams of fat.

The 'Burger Masher Thickburger' comes in at 790 calories and 42 grams of fat.

By comparison, a Big Mac at McDonald's has 550 calories and 29 grams of fat.

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