Made them for the first time last night. Baked 50g rolls and used 50g of hamburg. When I make big burgers, I can't get them to work. Even though I've been eating meat for a little while now, I'm still not good at beef burgers. So I went smaller and that worked. So much so that ate three.
Tim only got one.
What's a slider, Ivy?ReplyDelete
Today it means little hamburger, but back in the day the term had crude a meaning.Delete
It went something like this, they slide going in and and they slide going out.
I was a veghead in those days though.
Where's the lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle?ReplyDelete
Slide is a North American turtle as well. Guess you didn't use beef?
"Where's the lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle?"Delete
Answer: On someone else's burger.
Make those sliders turkey burgers and you have a deal!ReplyDelete
Turkey if I ground it at home, isn't too bad, but last night was a lesson in beef.Delete
Fantastic looking buns you have there, great looking crust.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Alan. I was out of egg wash and had to go with olive oil. Only thing though, the seeds didn't stick too well. Most are on the plate.Delete
So...you're a stingy cook, too, huh?ReplyDelete
Looks yummy, though. Bet it was, too.
Don't feel too bad for him. He got a homemade calzone for supper.Delete
Nom nom nom!ReplyDelete
Making them again tonight. Hope your weekend is going well. Cold but sunshine, here.Delete
Looks delicious HW!!ReplyDelete
Hi Azra - How goes you today?Delete
Hmm? It looks tasty!ReplyDelete
Do you have sliders in the UK?Delete
I've heard of these small burgers, but haven't had them myself.ReplyDelete
Compensation for Tim by way of a calzone is more than welcome!
And calzone for breakfast, too.Delete
I have never thought of a hamburger as cute but that one is!ReplyDelete
I love sliders. Always a happy hour special at breweries. I had one at a fancier place that had sliced beet on it. Not bad.ReplyDelete
Organic locally grown beets are my favorite. Slice 'em up, and eat 'em like chips. So flippin' good.Delete
That sure does looks good! Thank goodness I came here after I had supper. Every time I visit your blog before I eat, I get so hungry!ReplyDelete
How's your weekend?Delete
reminds me that we don't have any White Castles down here. The first time I heard of them was that Harold and Kumar movieReplyDelete
White Castle, home of the slider.Delete
They look real good!ReplyDelete
They stayed juicy. Which I'm excited about since I'm still learning how to make beef burgers.Delete
Perfect! I like the small hamburgers so much better than the big giants.ReplyDelete
I don't know why some of those burgers are THAT big. Oy. Too much for me.Delete
awwww it's so cute :DReplyDelete
I was handing it to Tim when I thought the same thing and stopped to snap a shot.Delete
Looking good! :)ReplyDelete
Do you ever make little rolls? They are so fun and cute and fun. Wait I said fun twice. But they are.Delete
I make dinner rolls sometimes, and have been known to eat them as sandwiches. Cute and fun is good. :)Delete
Girl after my own heart! That look mouth-watering. OK, its burgers tonight. Sliders, in fact. I'm happy now. Cheers!!ReplyDelete
Yummy. I was headed out to get more hamburg for the weekend but then decided to pass because it's so flippin' cold out. I'll make something else. Maybe chicken sliders.Delete