- 1 lb of ground beef (makes 2 burgers)
- seasoned salt
- chili powder
- garlic powder
- provolone cheese
- 1 shallot (sliced)
- Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce***
***Of course you can use any brand of barbecue sauce that you like, but I have a strong affinity for Sweet Baby Ray's. As the name implies, it is sweet and delicious. I believe it originated in my home town, which is how I got introduced to it, but I believe you can get it nationwide as I found it on the shelf in a Target in Brooklyn. While we're on the topic of Chicago sauces, mild sauce is AMAZING. It's not really ketchup. It's not quite barbecue sauce. It's sweet. It's tangy. It can make a flip flop taste good. Unfortunately, the only place I know to get it is from Chicago chicken joints. If you know where else I could find it, or if you know the recipe, then PLEASE let me know. Thanks!