Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Hawaiian Sliders

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I love Hawaiian rolls y’all.

As in, I had to make up these sliders because otherwise I was about to eat the whole dozen over the course of three days.

I just slather them with butter and snack on them. #ilovecarbs.

This supper comes together so fast, mainly because I’m a “plain ol'” girl.

I like my burgers usually plain with just cheese.

Sometimes cheese and ranch.

Almost always add a tomato, but I didn’t have tomatoes.

Meat and cheese it is.

Want to make ’em Hawaiian? Add a pineapple slice, a brushing of teriyaki. Mmmm….

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If I weren’t so lazy, I would have made these on the grill. But I was out of lighter fluid.

A girl’s gotta be resourceful, so I fried these up in a pan.

Have you ever Q’ed? You know, grilled up some meat? Wanna know how to bbq? Check out this post on how to do it.

Your family will be shocked. Maybe they’ll do the dishes. *winks*

 

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~ Peace, Love, and Sliders Y’all

 

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Hawaiian Sliders

Ingredients:

8 mini hawaiian dinner rolls
1 pound ground beef
1 packet ranch dressing seasoning
3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper
sliced cheese and condiments

Directions:

If you wish, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slider rolls may be opened and toasted for a few minutes until golden.

To prepare meat, in a bowl crumble the ground beef and sprinkle in the ranch seasoning packet. Add the Worcestershire sauce and sprinkle in a pinch of salt and pepper. Work quickly to incorporate the ingredients into the meat together with your hands, being sure to not to over mix. To shape the patties, divide the meat into 2 halves, then each half into 4 balls. Form the balls lightly and quickly, then press into a patty shape. Cook the patties either on a grill, or stovetop. For the stovetop, place the patties in a large skillet and cook over medium heat, covered. Only the flip the patties once, and cook about 5 minutes each side, until meat is browned, and juices run clear.

Assemble the sliders with a patty, cheese, and any other condiments you wish!

 

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2 Responses to “Hawaiian Sliders”

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    Meagan @ A Zesty Bite — May 14, 2013 @ 3:24 pm

    Easy enough for me. Hawaiian rolls are simply the best outside of homemade rolls.

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    Haley @ The Girly Girl Cooks — May 27, 2013 @ 9:50 pm

    As a carbo-holic, I can tell you that hawaiian sweet rolls are the best rolls in the universe! I bet the ranch seasoning makes these sliders extra tasty.

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