Pull Apart Beef Sliders

Pull Apart Beef Sliders

AuthorDale's Sauces, Inc.

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DifficultyAdvancedYields816 Servings
Prep Time25 minsCook Time35 minsTotal Time1 hr

 2 85/15%
 4 tsp Dale's seasoning, divided
 0.50 tsp Black pepper
 16 Slider rolls
 0.25 cup Mayonnaise
 0.25 cup Ketchup
 2 tbsp Creole mustard (Dijon mustard)
 2 tbsp Chopped pickles
 2 tsp Pickle juice

1

Heat a medium skillet over medium heat.

2

Add the butter, then the onions.

3

Cook until the onions start to soften and look translucent, about 5 minutes.

4

Reduce heat to low and let cook, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes.

5

Add 1 teaspoon of Dale’s seasoning and continue to cook another 5 minutes.

6

Remove from heat and set aside.

7

Preheat the broiler to high, with the oven rack positioned 6” from the heating element.

8

In a medium bowl, gently combine the ground beef, 3 tablespoons Dale’s seasoning and black pepper.

9

Line a large baking sheet pan with foil.

10

Form the meat into 16 equal sized patties, (about 2oz each or ¼ cup each).

11

Form the patties to be slightly wider than the bun, with a small indent in the center.

12

Arrange in rows in the center of the sheet tray.

13

Place under the broiler for 3 minutes.

14

Turn to the other side, and broil 2 more minutes. (Patties should be slightly undercooked at this point, as they will return to the oven later).

15

Transfer sliders to a plate and replace foil on the sheet tray with clean foil.

16

Reduce oven temp to 375°F.

17

Slice the slider rolls in half cross-wise.

18

Arrange the bottom halves tightly together on the baking sheet.

19

Top each bottom half with 2 small slices of cheese, a slider, another 2 slices of cheese, and small spoonful of onions.

20

Top with the top buns and push the sliders together so that they touch in a square.

21

Cover tray tightly with another piece of foil and return to the oven for 10-12 minutes, until cheese is melty.

22

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, whisk together the mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, pickles & their juice.

23

Place sliders on cutting board to serve with the sauce on the side.

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Ingredients

 2 85/15%
 4 tsp Dale's seasoning, divided
 0.50 tsp Black pepper
 16 Slider rolls
 0.25 cup Mayonnaise
 0.25 cup Ketchup
 2 tbsp Creole mustard (Dijon mustard)
 2 tbsp Chopped pickles
 2 tsp Pickle juice

Directions

1

Heat a medium skillet over medium heat.

2

Add the butter, then the onions.

3

Cook until the onions start to soften and look translucent, about 5 minutes.

4

Reduce heat to low and let cook, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes.

5

Add 1 teaspoon of Dale’s seasoning and continue to cook another 5 minutes.

6

Remove from heat and set aside.

7

Preheat the broiler to high, with the oven rack positioned 6” from the heating element.

8

In a medium bowl, gently combine the ground beef, 3 tablespoons Dale’s seasoning and black pepper.

9

Line a large baking sheet pan with foil.

10

Form the meat into 16 equal sized patties, (about 2oz each or ¼ cup each).

11

Form the patties to be slightly wider than the bun, with a small indent in the center.

12

Arrange in rows in the center of the sheet tray.

13

Place under the broiler for 3 minutes.

14

Turn to the other side, and broil 2 more minutes. (Patties should be slightly undercooked at this point, as they will return to the oven later).

15

Transfer sliders to a plate and replace foil on the sheet tray with clean foil.

16

Reduce oven temp to 375°F.

17

Slice the slider rolls in half cross-wise.

18

Arrange the bottom halves tightly together on the baking sheet.

19

Top each bottom half with 2 small slices of cheese, a slider, another 2 slices of cheese, and small spoonful of onions.

20

Top with the top buns and push the sliders together so that they touch in a square.

21

Cover tray tightly with another piece of foil and return to the oven for 10-12 minutes, until cheese is melty.

22

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, whisk together the mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, pickles & their juice.

23

Place sliders on cutting board to serve with the sauce on the side.

Pull Apart Beef Sliders