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Sliders

badger

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My bride found a recipe for sliders (mini burgers) and we tried them tonight. I got to say they were mighty tasty and easy to make.

I cooked these on a cast griddle inside the grill. Had to make some home made fries with them and a few cold beers. I used beef but I'm sure deer would be good also.

Give them a try, they are pretty good!

:smiley_bbq:

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2 lbs ground meat
3 tbs Worcesters sauce
2 tbs Adobo seasoning
2 tsp onion powder
2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp cayene powder
1/8 cup seasoned bread crumbs
salt and pepper to taste
1 or 2 slices of bacon per slider

Mix all ingredients in a bowl with a stand mixer or your hands.
We mixed chopped onions and cheddar cheese into a few of them.
Form meat balls a little bigger than a golf ball.
Put the meat ball in the center of a slice of bacon.
Wrap bacon around and press flat into a mini patty.
Grill, fry, or bake the sliders to your liking.









Don't forget the fries!







 

CJD3

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Damn. I gotta stop looking at your food threads while I'm at work.
Those look great.!
 

jagermeister

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mmmmm bbaacccoonnnnnnn (homer voice) LOL

Hahahahaaaa lmao

Those look friggin amazing, Dale... as usual. I've never really tried making sliders so I'll have to give those a try! Do you season your french fries with anything in particular?
 

Huckleberry Finn

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I can't tell if would taste better now that I've have your eats, or if I have a better idea of what it tastes like and appreciate and want it more....
 

swamp_donkey819

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well badger i made them with deer meat had to subsitute cayenne pepper with red crushed pepper and the the onion powder with onion salt and they still turned out awesome, filled with flavor, and had to substitute the heinikin with a coors light lol all in all they turned out awesome, good recipe