I learned to not mind leftover meatloaf, because what better way to use up extras than in a meat loaf sandwich? Nowadays I eat the sandwiches with my homemade tomato jam, but store-bought ketchup is delicious, too.
Okay, here’s Shake Shack’s sacred cow! With this recipe, now you can make their classic cheeseburger at home in five minutes.
For the iconic Shake Shack, it all started with a hot dog and this is the most iconic of all their menu items. Over the years they’ve refined the toppings of the classic Chicago-inspired hot dog, and made their our own. Here’s how to make it at home.
Shake Shack’s core question was: What makes a great chicken sandwich? The chicken! Where to find enough good, all-natural meat? And how to portion it? The Shacks steep the chicken in a tenderizing sous vide bath; at home, it’s a buttermilk marinade.
This hamburger is packed with robust spices—garlic, ginger, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, and red chilli—which come together seamlessly to create an incredibly savory burger experience.