first butter one side of each piece of bread and grill it. This makes your bread more sturdy so it can hold the Sriracha Mayo without making your bread soggy. Once you have toasted one side of all four slices of bread, spread them with the Sriracha Mayo. After all four slices are spread with Sriracha Mayo on the toasted side then it is time to start layering. Split the crumbled bacon between the two sandwiches. I lay my bacon on top of the Sriracha Mayo and then place 2 pieces of cheese on top of the bacon and then load up those fries. ( I do it the way so that as it grilles the cheese acts as a glue to the bacon and the fries). On the other half of the sandwich which has all ready been spread with the Sriracha Mayo, split the minute steak between the two sandwiches and lay it on top of the Sriracha Mayo. Lay one piece of cheese on top of the minute steak. Now for the tricky part; carefully put the sandwiches together. To do this I pick up the part with the minute steaks using two hands and quickly position it over top the part with the fries. Then butter your pan and grill the sandwich, pressing it down with a spatula. Once the bottom of the sandwiches are grilled to a golden perfection then carefully lift the sandwiches off of the frying pan. Add more butter to the frying pan and carefully flip the sandwiches to grill the other side.. I use my hands to flip it into the pan (But be CAREFUL not to burn yourself!)
To make the Sirarcha Mayo: Mix mayo and Sriracha together.