Alright, ladies ‘n gents,
If you’ve not been to Steak ‘n Shake before, you’re kinda missing out! 😛 It’s a burger chain that was founded in 1934! It’s celebrating its 80th Birthday this year!! 🙂 They have pretty phenomenal food at very cheap prices. I can buy a whole meal with dessert, a drink, burger/fries for around 5 dollars and it’s open 24 hours. So, if you’re a late night muncher like my friends and I, it’s an awesome hang out spot and restaurant.
Unfortunately, since I’ve moved to the mid-west, I don’t have a Steak ‘n Shake location around me, so I tend to try to make up the recipes to their dishes at home. I thought I’d try making their awesome Frisco Melt!!
Here are the ingredients you’ll need for this recipe:
1 pound Ground Beef
Swiss cheese – 2 slices
American or Cheddar Cheese – 4 slices
Ketchup or French Dressing – 1 Tbsp
Thousand Island Dressing – 2 Tbsp
Onions – Enough for 2 sandwiches.
Sourdough or whatever bread you like – 4 slices
In my opinion, I’d use French dressing instead of using Ketchup and I’d let the cheese melt on top of the meat as it’s cooking :)) I hadn’t made this recipe before and tried it out as I went along. Some things are hit and miss but I really think those 2 things would add to the sandwich. Also, don’t forget to add loads of sauce! It’s the best part!
Thank you for reading my post. <3 Hope you have a lovely week! xo