I had these dinner rolls in the freezer left over from a recent holiday. We don’t eat much bread these days and did not want it to get freezer burned so I decided they were perfect for sliders.
- Ground beef
- cherry tomatoes halved
- Cheddar Cheese
- Small Dinner rolls
- Brussel Sprouts
- Baking potato
Potatoes and Brussel sprouts – Prepare separately but you can cook together
Slice potatoes to about ¼ in width. Microwave for about 1-2 minutes
Slice Brussel sprouts in half
Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle desired spices and herbs toss to coat well
Roast at 400-450 for 20-35 minutes or until done.
Form patties and cook to desired doneness (grill, broiler, pan fried you pick)
Add cheese if you want to melt
Place on roll top with lettuce, tomatoes and condiment
Who invented Sliders? From Google answer
In the 1940s, Walter Anderson formed White Castle and made sure it’s image was as pure and clean as possible.
He also wanted his burgers to be as low cost as possible so he made them small and came up with his own streamlined and efficient cooking process that is still unique in the business today.
The small 5 cent burger that he came up with is what is now affectionately known as a Slider and has become its very own sub-category of burger. White Castle sells its own original burgers under the trademark Slyders, these will always be known as the first and the best.