Total Time
35mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins

I love these cute little bite-sized burgers. They are excellent for parties, and football gatherings and always go down a storm with the men folk! Great for children’s parties too! These can be prepared up to a day before hand, then assembled and grilled.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. For the patties:.
  2. Combine mince,onion,mustard and sauces in a bowl.
  3. Take two teaspoonfuls and shape into a ball, and then flatten slightly to form a patty. Repeat with all of the mixture.
  4. Cut 4 1/2 cm rounds from each slice of bread, 4 out of each slice. Brush with melted butter and bake in a moderate oven for approx 15 minutes, until lightly browned and crisp.
  5. Spread each round with tomato paste.
  6. Heat oil in a large fry pan. Cook patties until well browned; drain on kitchen towel.
  7. Place patties on top of the bread rounds and top with cheese.
  8. Grill until the cheese has melted.
Most Helpful

5 5

last night i had a "burger" night, made these and another burger (i wanted mini and a carnivore wanted a big double burger lmao)absolutely great. Served them on soft "brown and serve" buns..they stay wonderfully squishy when you don't brown them.

5 5

I'm rating this a 5 star because of my so called error. I used a nice sourdough roll clusters for the bread. ?anyway? every one thought that it was a bit too bready. Don't do that. :) We really enjoyed the meat mixture and the overall thought of the recipe. I made it for our appetizer night. :) I did replace the tomato paste (on top of the bread) with a homemade BBQ sauce Ruby's BBQ Sauce very tasty indeed. Thanks for posting. :)

4 5

My family thought these were so cute but thought the burgers were "missing something". I topped ours with american cheese and used ketchup instead of tomato paste.

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