Crisped-Cheese, Fried Egg, Maple Sausage Sandwich from 4505 Meats
Gilt Taste brings us this recipe for a sandwich to beat all sandwiches from 4505 Meats, in San Francisco. They were just excited to post it as we were to find their post!
4505 Meats is a butcher shop in San Francisco run by Ryan Farr, so obviously they have a leg up on most home sandwichiers when it comes to the meat they have lying around. But even without their wonderful maple-bacon breakfast sausage (which, full disclosure, we sell), their sandwich instincts are top-notch, and we’ll walk you through how to make an awesome version with ingredients of your choice.
The 4505 Meats Breakfast Sandwich consists of maple-bacon sausage with cheese with a runny fried egg and pepper cress on a crisp-griddled house-made pecorino brioche bun. No one would ever accuse this nasty boy of being restrained and refined, but what we love about it is its smart use of cheese and greens. That is, instead of using something sharp and acidic to cut through all the richness, Ryan goes instead for the crisp, fresh, green pepperiness of cress.