A horseshoe on a plate is a layered meal. You start with toast on the bottom. Thick Texas toast is preferred, but I always use safe sandwich bread instead. Second layer is meat. Third layer, fries. And the top layer, creamy cheese sauce.
Yeah, cheese sauce. Even though I grew up on these, that last ingredient really threw me once milk allergies came on scene. But now thanks to all the vegan cheese options, my kids can finally have horseshoes for dinner!
When you eat these, make sure you have a little of every layer on your fork. It's a divine combination, trust me.
Here are the dairy-free layers from bottom to top:
Toasted Bread Slice
Cooked Burger Patties (or any meat, fried ham is good too)
Cooked Fries (Ore Ida frozen fries, check ingredients)
Warm Cheese Sauce
Dairy-Free Cheese Sauce for 4
1 Tb dairy-free butter
1 Tb all-purpose flour
1/8 tsp salt
3/4 cup dairy-free milk
1/2 - 1 package of cheddar dairy-free cheese diced up or shredded
Melt butter in a small saucepan on low/medium heat. While butter is melting, pour the milk into a measuring cup and whisk the flour into it until the milk is smooth with no lumps. Slowly add the milk and flour mixture to the butter in the saucepan on medium heat, and whisk continuously. Add salt and pepper. After the sauce starts thickening, add in the dairy-free cheese and continue stirring until all the cheese is melted in. Take off heat and serve immediately.
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