Beck’s Prime was just around the corner from our last house, and we frequented it so much that as soon as we walked in the door, the manager would call out an order for chips and queso.
We would enjoy sipping our sodas and munching on the chips while we waited for our main entree, “The Kitchen Sink.”
We’ve since moved from that house, and the manager who had our order memorized is no longer there. So, occasionally we recreate our favorite menu item from Beck’s Prime at home.
Before I share my kitchen sink recipe, here’s an important tip:
Put that spatula away. The only time you need it is to flip the patties. Using it to press on the meat, will cause the juices to run out, resulting in a dry patty.
The Kitchen Sink
|Prep time||10 minutes|
|Cook time||20 minutes|
|Total time||30 minutes|
|Meal type||Main Dish|
|Occasion||Barbecue, Casual Party|
- 1lb ground chuck
- garlic salt (to taste)
- pepper (to taste)
- onion powder (to taste)
- worcestershire sauce (to taste)
- 1 slice of swiss cheese (per person)
- 2 cooked bacon slices (per person)
- tomato (sliced)
Who needs a bun when you have bacon and cheese melted together?! Add some chips and queso, and it’s like you ordered Beck’s Prime to go.
No patties were squished or flattened in the making of this recipe. The photo was for demonstration purposes only.
See you in class,