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Quick & Easy Beef Sliders

(It's not White Castle's but its close dammit)

I woke up from a nap yesterday and had an intense craving for some White Castle sliders. In other parts of the country, these would be called Crystal's burgers, regardless of the name these little square devils of deliciousness we're on my mind. For a moment, I thought of whipping out the Grub Hub app and searching for the nearest location but immediately reminded myself I can make this sh*t" (and not have to pay those ridiculous fees). Check out the recipe I came up with below and make some for yourself this week. They are a perfect snack for the little ones or if you just need a quick hangover meal.

What You'll Need?

1 lb of ground beef (85/15)

1 pack of dinner rolls (preferably potato or Hawaiian)

4 slices of pepper jack cheese

1/2 medium-sized white onion, chopped.

2 sliced dill pickle chips for each slider.

2 tablespoons of garlic powder

1 teaspoon of mustard powder

2 tablespoons of salt

2 tablespoons of black pepper

What That Taste Like?

Bootleg White Castle's

  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the beef, onion, and seasonings and blend until evenly mixed.

  2. Take about a 1/4 of an inch of meat and roll it into a small bowl and set aside. Continue until all the meat is used. Should make about 8 sliders.

  3. Next, you'll need to flatten the sliders. I use a flat lid or spatula.

  4. In a medium-large frying pan, heat two tablespoons of olive oil over medium-low heat. Place each slider and cook for 2-3 mins on each side until brown.

  5. Add the cheese slices after one side has been cooked so that it melts easily.

  6. Set the sliders aside once done and reduce the heat in the frying pan to low.

  7. Slice the dinner rolls in half and add to the pan to heat/brown on both sides. 1 min.

  8. Assemble the sliders with the pickles and you're ready to dig in!

You're Welcome! 😛

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