Wednesday, August 24, 2011

MrsDrPoe: Sliders

It's another What's for Dinner Wednesday, and tonight I'll actually be sharing a main course recipe for two- old school sliders. Technically, we prepare regular sized hamburgers this way too, but mini-burgers are cuter. The breadcrumbs and Worcestershire make for a super moist and delicious burger, no matter the size!

Ingredients: 1/2 pound lean ground beef, 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, 1/4 cup Italian breadcrumbs, small buns or rolls (not pictured), your favorite burger toppings (not pictured).

In a small bowl, combine the beef, Worcestershire sauce, and breadcrumbs with your hands. After the mixture is thoroughly combined, divide in fourths, forming a small bun-shaped patty out of each fourth. Place the patties on a hot grill (or electric grill or grill pan if you're cooking inside):

Cook the burgers to your desired doneness (15-20 minutes till well-done on a grill pan, depending on patty shape and pan temp), flipping once about half-way through the cooking time. Place on the buns (we love potato rolls) and top with your favorite flavors (we like mustard, ketchup, dill pickles, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and cheese; the Lukes love BBQ sauce, ranch, bacon, cheese, lettuce, and tomato). Bon Appetit!!


  1. Great idea to use worcestershire and bread crumbs! I've also seen onions and green peppers mixed in before. YUm!

  2. @Heather

    That sounds tasty as well...and like a fantastically sneaky way to get picky kids (and husbands) to eat more veggies!