Had a really decadent breakfast the other day. Saw this creation fly past on Instagram a couple of times in the last month, and decided i had to try. I mean a burger meets grilled cheese… I couldn’t resist. Behold the patty melt.
What you need (for one patty melt)
1 burger patty (I used store-ground chuck roll)
4 slices of cheddar cheese
2 Slices of toast bread (preferably rye or brown bread)
A couple of pickles
How to make the patty melt:
1. Fry the burger patty until cooked, season with salt. Finish with two slices of cheddar and allow to melt on top.
2. Spread butter on the bread slices.
3. Fry bread with butter side down in a frying pan, turn, and let fry on the other side as well.
4. Add one slice of cheddar on the buttered side of each bread slice. Add burger inbetween the two slices. Return to pan for a few seconds to allow the cheese to melt if needed.
5. Cut the patty melt diagonally into two triangular sandwiches. Serve with pickles. Enjoy (and then go out for a walk)!
Update: Next time I’d probably add some mayo, raw onion and possibly pickles on my patty melt.
I recently took a brief staycation in one of Stockholm’s new ’luxury hotels’ – Hotel At Six. At Six is a part of both iPrefer and Nordic Choice Hotels (not sure how that works, but I could only receive points from one ?), the latter is the mother company of my favourite Scandinavian chain Clarion, and hence my expectations were quite high. I won’t elaborate that much, but the stay was definitely my best hotel experience so far in Sweden; great staff, great room and amenities, and most of all fantastic views from our ’deluxe room’.
Room and views over Stockholm. Try to get a room facing Djurgården. The other direction, towards Södermalm has more nearby buildings blocking the view.
Complimentary breakfast buffet pretty latte.
We brought our own champagne to the room and got to borrow nice Riedel champagne glasses from house keeping. Ice bucket was included in the room and ice machines was in the hallway.
Room service sounded delicious but was a tad expensive so we went for take away from Barrels and Burgers (city), which is relatively close. The money we saved was invested in a bottle of Brunello that was deeelicious with the burgers, wings and fries.
After a good nights rest in the fluffy bed it was time for a very nice breakfast before checking out.