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    Sliders!

    katie in the UP
    Mon Sep 10, 2007 4:40 am
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    I've never heard of 'sliders' until I came across this recipe!
    These are fun to make and delicious to eat!!



    They Could Be Sliders (if eaten with eyes closed) by Laurie
    Photos by ~Rita~



    Brown ground beef and drain.




    Stir in cheese, soup and onion until cheese melts.



    Cut buns in half.



    Spread burger mixture on buns.



    Wrap in foil.





    Bake 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.



    Open foil and top each with pickle slice.

    Serve immediately, with eyes closed icon_wink.gif
    becky watkins
    Mon Sep 10, 2007 5:57 pm
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    Katie,
    I didn't know what sliders were either!! icon_redface.gif I know now, thanks to you!! Thanks so much as they look yummy!!!!
    Thank you, Laurie, for the recipe!!! Rita, your pictures are great too!!
    Love,
    Becky icon_biggrin.gif
    lauralie41
    Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:49 am
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    Thank you Katie, DH would love those sandwiches....recipe saved!
    bmxmama
    Wed Sep 12, 2007 3:02 pm
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    I had no idea what a slider was, since we don't have any white castle restaurants here. I'll have to make them for my dh since he had to go to a white castle when we were over there in September of '01.
    lauralie41
    Wed Sep 12, 2007 8:11 pm
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    bmxmama wrote:
    I had no idea what a slider was, since we don't have any white castle restaurants here. I'll have to make them for my dh since he had to go to a white castle when we were over there in September of '01.


    We have White Castle restaurants down south and honestly, I wasnt to impressed with them. icon_sad.gif A few of the grocery stores here also have them in the freezer section, maybe your stores would carry them?
    bmxmama
    Wed Sep 12, 2007 8:23 pm
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    Lauralie41 wrote:
    bmxmama wrote:
    I had no idea what a slider was, since we don't have any white castle restaurants here. I'll have to make them for my dh since he had to go to a white castle when we were over there in September of '01.


    We have White Castle restaurants down south and honestly, I wasnt to impressed with them. icon_sad.gif A few of the grocery stores here also have them in the freezer section, maybe your stores would carry them?


    Yep, they have them in the freezer section, but I'm assuming like anything it's a little different at the grocery versus the restaurants. I didn't try them when I was over there, but my dh found he liked the fact they were little and he could eat a lot of them. icon_rolleyes.gif
    lauralie41
    Wed Sep 12, 2007 8:27 pm
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    bmxmama wrote:
    Lauralie41 wrote:
    bmxmama wrote:
    I had no idea what a slider was, since we don't have any white castle restaurants here. I'll have to make them for my dh since he had to go to a white castle when we were over there in September of '01.


    We have White Castle restaurants down south and honestly, I wasnt to impressed with them. icon_sad.gif A few of the grocery stores here also have them in the freezer section, maybe your stores would carry them?


    Yep, they have them in the freezer section, but I'm assuming like anything it's a little different at the grocery versus the restaurants. I didn't try them when I was over there, but my dh found he liked the fact they were little and he could eat a lot of them. icon_rolleyes.gif


    I think that is a man thing! icon_wink.gif icon_lol.gif

    They do taste a bit different from the freezer section and if I remember correctly, I think it is just the hamburger patty and a lot of chopped onions on the bun.
    Rita~
    Wed Sep 12, 2007 11:05 pm
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    becky watkins wrote:
    Katie,
    I didn't know what sliders were either!! icon_redface.gif I know now, thanks to you!! Thanks so much as they look yummy!!!!
    Thank you, Laurie, for the recipe!!! Rita, your pictures are great too!!
    Love,
    Becky icon_biggrin.gif

    I can`t believe those were taken 4 1/2 years ago.
    Has Laurie been around?
    bmxmama
    Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:00 am
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    Lauralie41 wrote:
    bmxmama wrote:
    Lauralie41 wrote:
    bmxmama wrote:
    I had no idea what a slider was, since we don't have any white castle restaurants here. I'll have to make them for my dh since he had to go to a white castle when we were over there in September of '01.


    We have White Castle restaurants down south and honestly, I wasnt to impressed with them. icon_sad.gif A few of the grocery stores here also have them in the freezer section, maybe your stores would carry them?


    Yep, they have them in the freezer section, but I'm assuming like anything it's a little different at the grocery versus the restaurants. I didn't try them when I was over there, but my dh found he liked the fact they were little and he could eat a lot of them. icon_rolleyes.gif


    I think that is a man thing! icon_wink.gif icon_lol.gif

    They do taste a bit different from the freezer section and if I remember correctly, I think it is just the hamburger patty and a lot of chopped onions on the bun.


    They sell them with or without cheese but the cheese is just like a little piece.
    NcMysteryShopper
    Thu Sep 13, 2007 11:26 am
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    I had never heard of a slider either! They are super cute and I bet they would be great in a kids lunchbox! icon_smile.gif
    lauralie41
    Thu Sep 13, 2007 4:16 pm
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    ~Rita~ wrote:
    becky watkins wrote:
    Katie,
    I didn't know what sliders were either!! icon_redface.gif I know now, thanks to you!! Thanks so much as they look yummy!!!!
    Thank you, Laurie, for the recipe!!! Rita, your pictures are great too!!
    Love,
    Becky icon_biggrin.gif

    I can`t believe those were taken 4 1/2 years ago.
    Has Laurie been around?


    I talked to Laurie a few months ago and she was still not up and running with her computer. She wasnt feeling to great yet and not working full time but seemed to be in good spirits. icon_smile.gif
    PrimQuilter
    Sat Sep 15, 2007 1:29 am
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    I absolutely love sliders ! We used to have White Castles when I lived in MO, but they closed up icon_sad.gif

    I make these at home, but I take 2 lbs. of burger and roll it out on a jelly roll pan extra thin, top with dried onion and bake in the oven until cooked. Poke holes in the meat so the grease comes through and meat stays flat.
    Drain grease (carefully) and slice meat while on the pan to fit on steamed hot dog buns cut in 1/2. I also cut the curved edges of the buns off.
    Top meat with a couple sliced dills and horseradish mustard.
    There is a copycat recipe for these which uses beef baby food added to the meat and it's pretty darn close to the original !
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