1 lb ground meat (as lean as you can get it; don't freeze it, because that takes away from the freshness)
1-2 tbsp seasoning (your favorite ground meat seasoning; ours is Mesquite)
12 pk of dinner rolls (our favorites are King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls - Original)
fresh lettuce (we use leaf lettuce, but you could use Romaine as well)
2-3 fresh Roma tomatoes (they're typically cheaper, easy to slice and perfectly sized for sliders)
3-6 slices of cheese singles (we love Borden - American)
Condiments (ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, etc.)
Chips or some other side (can of baked beans, etc.), optional
1. Preheat the oven to 450°F.
2. Use your hands to knead or "squish" together the ground meat and seasoning in a bowl.
3. Use your hands to spread out the ground meat
mixture (to about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thickness) onto
a flat, shallow, oven-safe pan. This recipe is
designed for a large, flat stone. If you use
another type of pan, you may need to adjust the
cooking time and/or oven temperature,
depending on the specifications of your particular
4. Once the oven is preheated, place the pan into
the oven and bake for 12 minutes.
in half. And, you could go ahead and fold each
cheese single slice into 4 small pieces each.
tomatoes and wash and tear the lettuce.
from the oven carefully (it will be hot ;) ). It will
look pretty gross...lol. I typically take a couple
of paper towels and dab off the excess juices
from the top of the meat.
equal patties; you could do 3 rows of 4. I
sometimes make more, depending on the size of
the dinner rolls, and make my husband double-
stacker sliders :)
Yield: 12 sliders
Preparation Time: about 10-15 minutes
Cooking Time: 12 minutes