Sunday, February 1, 2015

Sliders~Easy and a CROWD PLEASER!

Sliders that are DELISH!!

 Slider's ingredients that you'll need:

recipe for a crowd
                                                             Mel's Sliders...easy to make!

I know many of us like to entertain...not only for the holidays but all year round. I am no exception.  When I have a big crowd I like to serve something that people will enjoy without breaking my budget.  My friend Mel introduced me to these sliders many years ago. She would serve them when she entertained. That is why I have named them Mel's Sliders.  I have served these to many groups and everyone really enjoys these little bites of fun! 

Recently I hosted one of the card clubs that I belong to at my home.  I was requested to serve my FAMOUS Mel's Sliders.   Last year I made these for this group of ladies and they were a hit!  I passed out copies of the recipe to everyone that night.  My friend Donna, a self proclaimed non-cook, now makes these special treats for her son's baseball team.  She tells me she is a hero when she brings these for the team.  They are VERY easy to make.

Dinner Rolls with middles cut out waiting to be filled

Heating all the ingredients together (except pickles)

Easy assembly of the Mel's Sliders

Mel's Slider Recipe:
1 lb. Ground Sirloin
1lb.Grond Round
1 cup Water
1 packet Lipton Onion Soup Mix
3 Tbsp. Real Mayo (NOT Miracle Whip)
1 Package (2 cups) finely shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
24 Sara Lee Classic Dinner Rolls
24 Hawaiian Rolls 
Dill Pickle Chips (drained)

In pan, brown AL meats with the water and let it boil.  Chop it up as it is browning.  Drain.  Cut dinner rolls into 1/3.  Take out the middle.  You can toast this part up and make croutons or bread crumbs later. **(IF you use Hawaiian rolls you do NOT need to cut the middles out~just cut in half)

 Now add rest of the ingredients (except pickles and diner rolls).  Heat up and mix together.  Take about a Tablespoon or more of this mix and put onto each of the rolls.  Top with 2 pickle chips.  These can be made 2 hours ahead, covered with foil and warmed in a 350 degrees oven for about 10-15 minutes.  Enjoy!

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