Shake Shack has released the recipe for its fan-favorite cheese sauce so you can make it at home
Now, Shake Shack is getting into the recipe game, revealing how to make its popular cheese sauce.Mark Rosati, Shake Shack's culinary director, demonstrated the simple recipe on Instagram so that you can re-create the chain's famous cheese fries at home. Advertisement
The recipe requires two types of cheese (American and cheddar), as well as onions, white wine, heavy cream, jalapeño slices, canola oil, white wine vinegar, and whole peppercorns.And it takes just 30 minutes to make.
AdvertisementThen, once the onions become soft and translucent, deglaze the pan with both the white wine and white wine vinegar. Advertisement
"After the vinegar and white wine reduce down, I'm gonna add in the cream, turn off the heat, and let everything steep for 30 minutes," Rosati continues.
Once those 30 minutes are up, strain the cream to remove any solids. Then put it back into the pan and bring it to a boil.Advertisement
"Once it comes up to a boil, I'm going to add in both cheeses and start to whisk the sauce," Rosati explains. "At this point, I'm just going to whisk until it gets nice and creamy and thick and I see no pieces of cheese left."
Then, voila! You're all done, and ready to spread that delicious cheese sauce over some fries, burgers, or maybe Emily Blunt's English roasted potatoes.You can also make disco fries at home by simply adding gravy to the recipe. Advertisement
Rosati's cheese sauce demo is the first in a new Instagram series that Shake Shack is calling "Shake Shack at Your Shack."Shake Shack will continue bringing recipes to its fans while they're at home, most recently releasing a new dish called the "ShackBurger Helper." Advertisement
The one-pot dish — which features elbow pasta, ground beef, and plenty of cheese — was inspired by the classic ShackBurger.Read the original article on Insider