Game Day Recipes: Week 2 - White Castle(ish) Sliders

Food you can eat with your hands is always a good idea for a football party. This week's recipe is an incredibly easy crowd pleaser. Our ground beef sliders are seasoned with onion soup mix and served on small dinner rolls. The flavor closely resembles the burgers from White Castle. A dozen of these little guys will disappear quickly. The pictures aren't great this week, but the recipe is a winner.
Here is what you need to get started: 1 lb of ground beef, 12 dinner rolls, 3 slices of cheese, 1 oz packet of onion soup mix, 1/3 cup of mayo or  Miracle Whip, pickle slices and dried minced onion. (makes 12 sliders).
Brown the beef in a large skillet with the onion soup packet. Drain the excess fat and stir in the mayo. At this point, you can add the dry minced onion. I would suggest tasting the mixture first to see if you want the extra onion flavor.
Slice the dinner rolls in half (if necessary) and spoon the meat mixture evenly on to the bottom of each roll.
Top each slider with 1/4 of a cheese slice and a pickle. Cover the tray in foil and bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 15 minutes.
Top these things with your favorite condiments. You'll want to make a lot of these. Count on at least 3-4 sliders per adult. A few dozen of these sliders are a perfect main dish for football parties.

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