Shake Shack Burger Challenge at Home | Faster, Cheaper, Tastier Recipe

Shake Shack Burger Challenge at Home | Faster, Cheaper, Tastier Recipe

If you want to make Shake Shack burgers
much faster, cheaper, a lot more delicious and probably a little more healthier at
home. This is the recipe for you! This format that you’re going to watch
is our original format which in Turkey, we have lots of take aways. So, we order
some food and in half hour – 40 minutes the takeaway comes in. So, the challenge
is about until the takeaway comes in, I’m going to make everything from scratch.
We’ll try to make it faster than the takeaway comes at home. So, for today, I’m going to make the great Shack Burger and its incredible mayo sauce. Together with
its crunchy and with wiggly chips altogether probably under 30 minutes. I
didn’t do it from scratch but we can always do it on scratch, it’s just two
minutes different. So, if you’re ready guys, we can start! Okay, first we
start by ordering. (speaking in Turkish) Hi, two Shack burgers, two regular chips, mayo sauce please. How much? 62? Okay, bye.
They said, they’re ready in the store, five to seven minutes. They are really
fast but the takeaway here right now doesn’t work because we’re kind of far
away. So, one person from us is going to go and get it. But in total, I’m going to
arange my phone in 30 minutes. So that… ayy, one second, pardon! Sorry guys! I started the
timer. Timer is here. So, I’m going to first, turn on the heat for the potatoes.
I’m also going to turn the heat for cast iron to cook the burgers. There is
sunflower oil. But whatever oil that you do the frying, would do. So first, I’m
going to take the skins off the potatoes. In Turkey these gadgets are sold in ferries, boats. For these, we have the organic bin so these are going to go the
soil, keep in mind. So, it’s quite fast, if I was making my own potatoes, I wouldn’t
de skin them because it’s very tasty, and etc. So, we no need. But, because we’re
doing the challenge, I am. Now, I have a cutter like this. So, I’m going to cut
them this thick. A little thinner..
Slices like this. This is how the wiggly potatoes are made. If any of the slices
are too big, you can always go and cut them again and become something like this.
Now, the potatoes are done. I’m going to check, whether the oil is okay, it’s
great. I put some wood and if it’s frying like this, it’s done. So, I take the
extra water out by a clean towel. I want it to be crunchier. So, the water makes
it more moist it’s going to be less crunchy. So now, it’s frying really nicely.
I’m adding all these. Now, all the potatoes are in. I turn the heater a bit
more because now that all these goodies are in, it will lower the temperature of
the oil. And now, I can go to make the mayonnaise sauce. Two tablespoons of
mayonnaise, a half teaspoon of mustard, two pinches of sugar, 3 garlic, like this. The
most important thing about this mayo And garlic flavors so I’ve also
added a bit of garlic powder as well. The fresh garlic works differently, the
powder works differently. Two of them together is really good. And then, for
spiciness I’m going to put almost a half of teaspoon of paprika and mix all these
together. And to this, for the flavors to open up, I’m going to put, these are my
pickles that I made, two tablespoons of pickle juice. This makes the whole
difference. You know, we can now see the redness of the paprika sauce right now.
But with the pickle juice and two three minutes inside the sauce this is going
to become redder the dots will disappear and the whole taste is going to get
blended. If you do not have pickle juice, you can use vinegar but the pickle juice
is like amazing in this. Don’t use sweet pickle juice ,use if you can
find non sweet, not like German style but Turkish style pickle juice. I’m going to
taste it. It’s very nice but I’ll add a bit more
pickle juice and you can change this according to your taste.
For now, it’s really really great. So, the sauce is done,
chips are getting fried. Now, here comes the burgers. For the burgers, what I’ll
need is two cups like this that I’m going to use when I’m cooking, butter for
the bread, some lettuce, some cheese and one tomato.
This is not something waste this is really good for the soil, for the world.
So for now I haven’t thrown anything away. I’m going to use the tomatoes with
the skin on, two slices for each burger. In some burgers they use one. I have to
cut the bread. This one? Normally, in United States, when I checked all over
the world in other countries, they use something called the potato bread but we
don’t have it in Turkey. It was very similar bread that you buy in a
supermarket, or one day we can make a different one. The most important thing
about the Shake-Shack burger is the meat. I shot a little video, just
before I started for you to understand the difference. What makes Shake Shack
burgers much different than any other burger chains. Usually the most
well-known burger chains, what they do is they prepare the meatballs or meat
patties early, probably in a factory or something and then, they come frozen. The
difference of Shake Shack is they never get freezed, from the butcher to the
burgers. To be able to do this, what they do is this is the animal, this is the cow,
calf and the meat is from this area which is around the ribs. It’s really
fatty, it’s closer to the bone, it doesn’t move. So, it’s very very tasty. How its
grinded is also very important. For example, this is double grinded and this
is just grinded for once. The difference, as you can see is this is
like each is like small packs of juice and taste whereas this is much more
minced. So, you have to ask the butcher for a single grinded meat from the ribs.
If all these things are ready, we can order and start our challenge. Now what
for the meats, it’s 200 grams for two burgers so I’m going to divide this into
two like this. No salt, no pepper, nothing. I make a whole
round thing, like this. I’m going to put a bit of salt to my pan. I’m going to put a
bit of pepper to the pan and there’s nothing, just the meat. I’m going to put
the patties like this to cook. So, if you do not have something like this, you can
use the bottom of a pan or something. And the shack part what they want is they
say we wanted crunch at the bottom, they want to really really cook the bottom
side. It’s very important as they say. I’m going to turn the burgers like this. And
now, on top of them, I’m going to add two slices of cheddar cheese. For them to
melt, I’m going to put them small cups like this and I put a bit of butter for both
sides and put the bread to the melting butter. First the sauce. Then the burgers. Then the lettuce comes, like this. I’m
going to put a little bit more than they usually use, and two slices of tomatoes,
and to the top some more mayo. The burgers are done.
How many minutes? 20 minutes.. In 20 minutes, we’re almost ready. I’m going to
put the extra sauce for the potatoes. The potatoes are golden now. I’m smoking hot, yeah thank you Burak! Beauty is in the eye of the
beholder so you see me burning, he’s seeing me as smoking hot.
Again the hoca comes and ask for the potatoes. We have a church nearby, the
bells are ringing, they wanted from the cheese as well and also the hoca wants!
The most important thing is we don’t crowd the potatoes,
take all the excess out with a sieve, salt it. Here we go, the burgers and the fries are
ready, 26 minutes but actually, it was ready five minutes ago. So all done, under 30 minutes.
Probably, three or four minutes later, they are going to come with the order and we
can’t make the tasting. Now, I want two candidates wants to taste it. Come Tunç, of course Burak because he just said great things about me in this
video. Would you like a blindfold? We had, we lost it. Okay, okay. He really doesn’t see it. Okay, first, we start with you. Now I’m going to give you the chips of
the burger. The burger that I have given you, I’m going to give the chips of the
that burger. Now the other one. What’s that?
Try the chips. First chips of the second one? I have mixed the… Bravo!! I’ve mixed the chips. In both we won.
Okay, we can take it off. Now, I would like you to try the mayo actually. Try this
one. You like your job, don’t you? Burak, the rest of the burger is yours.
What I did was I mixed up the chips, with this burger I gave you my chips and you
like the first ones chips which was these, these are. You like the second
burger and it was ours. And it was just dripping with the juices, so I had
all my hands were… Perfect!
So, you can eat the rest. So, if you like this challenge and if you want
us to make other challenges, please write them down. If you liked the video, please
definitely like it; so people like you will be able to see these videos. And one
thing you should definitely do is to subscribe to our channel. Thank you so
much and take care..

100 thoughts on “Shake Shack Burger Challenge at Home | Faster, Cheaper, Tastier Recipe

  1. hi refika ı’ve been following you for 4 years. I love u so much.Your recipes are the best. this recipe is the best one.I want to meet you so much.We’re proud of you.Greetings from Yozgat♥️😍😍😍😍

  2. wwoowww Refika I'm very impressed, now on I'm just following your English channel 🙂 love you so much darl, you are my idol, I'm also chef working in another country, missing Turkey so much though and I'm hoping very very deeply to meet with you one day 😍😍 one of my friend told he studied with you in same school, but I was to shy to ask him " please introduce me to her 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤦‍♀️" I could only said "I like her😶 " and also your challenge videos are amazing I watched them all, Basarilarinin devamini dilerim 🙂

  3. A tasty and juicy burger is like a medcine for good mood and happiness on Friday evenings. My friends are always very happy when I prepare burgers for them. It looks very similar to yours, but if you use black Angus meat, it becomes even juicier and the taste is amazing. By the way, I made the hellim cheese and for the first trail it worked quite well. I have some pics as well but don't know to which account of yours to send them.

  4. Hey Refika! I love your both channels but I think you should make more local and simple food like döner,lahmacun,dolma…That way foreigners can try and learn about Turkish cuisine😊

  5. Refika abla sana gerçekten hayranım hem süper lezzetleri paylaşıyosum bi de hiç üşenmeden ingilizce kanal açmışsın ve ingilizcen de aşırı süper sana gerçekten hayranım 💖

  6. Ahh, when you speak Turkish I want to visit my Aunt in Bostanci (no undotted i on my keyboard)

    Can you make some Manti (undotted) and the easier Version with Yufka? Tešekür

  7. Refika sen harika bir detaysın, ülkemize olan aşkına ve kültürümüzü tanıtma çabana bizlerden hep destek, tam destek ! 💛

  8. I guess you didn't show the Shake Shack's burger in detail because you failed to make a true 'smashed' burger. You ought to have smaller patties and apply more pressure on them when you smash. You can check Burger Haritası channel to see an authentic smashed Shack burger.

  9. You're amazing Refika. I cannot cook most of your recipes because I am a student but I love watching you and It's great that you have a channel in English. Now I can watch you both in English and Turkish 😀 Good Luck

  10. I'm here too to congratulate you Refika. Congrats! Your delicious recipes have to be learned by foodlovers. 😉 (but be careful, you pronounce #shake shack# too similarly. I just wanted to pay attention to your pronounciation. Ohh, or did l hear wrongly? Am l wron? 😞)

  11. Rafika, I love your recipes! And this challenge is very refreshing and quite a unique way of presentation, would love more of those. And I also love Turkish cuisine, so u can imagine I am salivating every time I watch your channel. Keep up the great ideas and energy! Lucy

  12. Refika abla boun hazırlık öğrencisiyim ing altyazı da açtım sayende yatarken ders çalışıyormuş gibi hissediyorum

  13. Refika! I love this challenge, I found your channel from the Alex's meatball adventures. I am vegetarian but i love shake shack because they have something here called a "shroom burger", I would be greatly impressed if you could pull it off. It is something like a breaded portobello mushroom but it has cheese on top of the mushroom inside of a thick crispy breading. I don't know how they do it! Anyways, I LOVE their sauce thank you so much for the recipe <3

  14. Woow süpersin.. Ben Meksikalıyım i miss Turkey so much I prepare turkish food here following your recipes but I like the most your way of explaining, i loved the gastronomy tour specially in Kapadokya were my husband is from… Keep it working as now. Başarılısın inşallah bir gün tanışalım

  15. abla, dont put lettuce on top of hot meat patties they start to cook and become mushy, right order for burger is souce, pattie and cheese, onion, tomato, lettuce this way lettuce dont cook and gives nice cruncy feeling to the burger.(and i think they sell potato burger bun in İstanbul)

  16. O tırtıklı aletten hep alıcam almıyorum görüyorum 😂😃😄elime alıp bırakıyorum yok bu sefer ilk fırsatta alıcam canım çekti 😆🤗

  17. I went to Istambul and saw people selling those peelers in the ferries, were they that good? I thought it was for scamming tourist…

  18. Başlıkları da Ingilizce yazarsanız bence daha anlaşılır olabilir.Yine harika bir videoydu ellerinize ve ekibinize sağlık❤

  19. I realy wonder how to make burger buns for this recipe. İf ı make something with my hands ı wan to make it al by myself

  20. Videolarınıza ingilizce altyazı eklemekdense, ingilizce bir kanal açmanızın ted konuşmanızdaki hedeflerinize ne kadar yaklaştığınızı gösteriyor. Başarılar diliyorum.

  21. Fuys.. guys… she just makes basic receipes in eng.😏 lucky us,she has magical ,complicated and badass receipes in Turkish
    Ayrica cok takdir edilesi ,kimsenin de bu gune kadar kiviramadigi bir is yapiyorsun aksanin kulak tirmalasa da simdilik😍 helal sana be!

  22. In my mind, there are only two types of pickle; sweet & dill. I am not a fan of the sweet either, so – Go Turkish pickles!

  23. Yaaa harikasınız, Türkçe alt yazı👏🏻👏🏻 Yorumlarımızı dikkate aldığınız için teşekkürler. İzlemesi daha keyifli oldu. ♥️

  24. I'm still eating the cream cheese I made after watching the first video. I need to eat faster to keep up! This looks amazing! 🙂

  25. Bence videolarında yeni nesil türk müziğini, gaye su akyol vb gibi kullanabilirsin.. yabancı izleyicilerine de tanıtılmış olur hem de tatlı olabilir yani

  26. Congratulations on bringing this fun and challenging format to the english speaking community! I'll be looking forward to the updates of this new channel, Refika Abla <3

  27. çok basit bir ingilizceyle konuşmanız cok hoşuma gitti acıkcası altyazı acmaya bile gerek yok ayrıca cok gurur duydum

  28. Refika as always it's a pleasure to watch your videos. I would loveeee to hear and try your vegetarian recipes. I'm sure I'm not alone on this 🍀🌞

  29. Do you have a Chicken Tava recipe? When I was stationed near Adana (early 2000's) I used to go out in town and eat it often along with cheese bread with what I think was strawberry jam on top.

  30. so glad to have found you (via alex of course), you are my new favorite food channel! your videography, cooking and humour are awesome, can't wait for more videos in english. and yes to the challenges, super fun!

  31. “Take out” eger gidip kendin aliyorsan. “Delivery” eger eve getiriyorlarsa.
    “Take away” toplantidan sonra yapilacaklar gibi birsey🤣🤣🤣😍😘


  33. Bence videonun tamamı ingilizce olsa daha güzel olurdu onun dışında her şey güzel ingilizcemi geliştiriyorum hem de yemek videosu izliyorum 🙂

  34. This is perfect. I am only watching your channel in turkish for recipe. But sometimes ı need recipe you didnt do it. And I try to find english recipes espeacily for local foods. For the first time, I saw that a Turkish person made an English food channel and I think that you could introduce Turkish food better.

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