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.
Make Shake Shack’s Chick’n Shack Burger 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.
Bollyburgers (Succulent, Spicy Hamburgers with Mango Salsa)
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.
Vedado Lobster Roll
This lobster roll is a way to celebrate this beloved crustacean in a way that doesn’t adulterate it too much, infusing its flesh with the flavor of the ocean.
Caribbean Black Bean Burger
Pairs with mojitos!
Steven Raichlen’s Barbecue Burger
Here’s a way to infuse the evocative spice and smoke flavors of true barbecue into a conventional fast-cooking burger. It uses a smoke-scented barbecue rub. Steven Raichlen calls it The Barbecue Burger; you might call it smoky nirvana.