This is the first of several new recipes I have made this past week. I have several more to make this week coming up. If you like Krystal's, or White Castle, you'll love these - only more! My family scarfed up 20 of these in no time. I served them with corn-on-the-cob smothered in butter. Needless to say this was not a 'healthy' meal.
½ C. minced onion flakes
2.25lb ground chuck (80/20 lean)
20 good dinner rolls
Montreal Steak seasoning (or other favorite
7 slices American cheese (we’re gonna’ try chipotle cheddar next time)
20 dill pickle slices
Mustard to serve
Evenly sprinkle the minced onion flakes on the bottom of a 9x13 pan. Gently press the ground chuck on top of the onion into one big patty. Sprinkle with seasoning and bake in a 400 degree oven for 20-25 minutes. Using a turkey baste (one of those suction thingies), suction all the grease from the pan and pat the top with a paper towel. Layer the cheese evenly over meat and put back in the oven until just melted.
Remove from oven and let rest 5 minutes. Cut into 20 squares (rectangles). Slice open and separate the dinner rolls. Put pickle slices on one half of roll. Using a spatula lift each patty out and fill each roll.
To eat, serve with mustard. True sliders should only be eaten with mustard. You knew that, right? No one but no one puts ketchup on sliders. Ok, except 2 Georgia boys.
These were fantastic!! There are 4 people in my family, 3 boys (2