Game Day Bites
These mini hamburgers taste very similar to the popular mini fast food burgers! We make them every year for the Big Game, but they are great any time. They can be made ahead and frozen until needed.
These mini hamburgers taste very similar to the popular mini fast food burgers! We make them every year for the Big Game, but they are great any time. They can be made ahead and frozen until needed.
The way I originally submitted this recipe was not on frozen rolls! I don't know how it was changed. I always use the Pepperidge farm dinner rolls in the foil pans. This recipe will fill 2 of those trays. They taste just like the popular miniature burgers! Everybody kept asking for more.Read More
The way I originally submitted this recipe was not on frozen rolls! I don't know how it was changed. I always use the Pepperidge farm dinner rolls in the foil pans. This recipe will fill 2 of those trays. They taste just like the popular miniature burgers! Everybody kept asking for more.
Great and simple recipe!! I used about 3/4 of the onion soup mix as recommended by others and they turned out great! I used brown and serve rolls that I had baked previously according to the directions. I then used 2 9x13 pans to put the bites into with the meat packed into them. The key is to make sure that the foil covering the bites is good and tight otherwise the bites can come out hard instead of soft and delicious!
I am not sure why these are called Super Bowl Bites, but my family likes them no matter what they are called. I made the whole recipe a few weeks ago, and froze half for a later date. What a nice surprise when I made the frozen ones last night. This recipe reads like it should just be a simple recipe, certainly not something an 'experienced' cook would think should be gourmet. I would make these again easliy and know that my family will enjoy them. Thanks Kathy W.!
To solve any bun problems-flatten meat out onto a cutting board, and use pizza cutter to cut into squares. Bake on cookie sheet covered in foil. Heat premade dinner rolls (e.g. Sara Lee) in microwave for 45 seconds. Buns will be soft but not soggy.
wouldnt you cook the burgers first before putting them on the bun according to the recipe you cook the burgers on the bun wouldnt they get soggey
I enjoyed these and they were very easy to make. I used both Hawaiian Sweet Rolls and Hawaiian Honey Wheat - the store I went to didn't have Savory Butter flavor as another poster mentioned. The sweetness was a little overbearing, but I could taste the concept of the recipe and will definitely be making it again with a different roll. That being said, I followed the recipe to the letter with one addition, I placed the pan of "bites" inside another pan that had about a 1/2-inch water in it. The steam would prevent the rolls from getting hard on both the top and bottom. The smell of this dish was definitely that of WC, the taste was close - close enough, everyone enjoyed them. I didn't have a problem with the cook time as others did, the meat was done in 30 minutes just as stated in the recipe and it wasn't soggy or unevenly cooked. I still have some of the mix left, I just have to run to the store and get some more rolls. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thanks Kathy W for posting it. TIP: If your rolls are buring, check the location of your oven rack, it may be too close to the top or bottom of the oven, it s/b in the center. Also if the meat is not done in the time recommended, the patty may be too thick, these should be thin burgers, just like the restaurant. UPDATE: I tried the recipe using Hawaiian Savory Rolls WITHOUT the water bath and the rolls were kinda crunchy/toasted, I prefer the softer bun using the water bath.
Just like White Castle, if you can get the meat cooked! There is a lot of conflicting info in the reviews and after reading it all I tried the recipe as submitted but ended up with raw meat. So, I retried using 90/10 ground beef and mixed ingredients then rolled meat mixture out and cut into 24 squares with a pizza cutter. I placed patties in a large glass baking dish and baked meat only at 350 for 25 minutes which was a little long...try 15-20 minutes. Then I placed the patties on buns (do not use sara lee; this is WAY too much bread) using King' Hawaiian SAVORY BUTTER rolls. Cover in foil and heat in oven at 350 for 10 up to 15 minutes until warm. These were cooked and delicious!
Whatever you do, do NOT use whole wheat rolls to make these. I did and it was horrible. The wheat taste was overpowering after baking and we had to throw them away.
White Castle has nothing on these little morsels! My husband could not get enough! Made them twice, the first time I followed directions but the second time I found it easier to bake the frozen rolls per the package directions then slice them, add the meat mixture, top with processed cheese slices and serve. Man are these good! Must try!
We loved this recipe!! I doubled the filling for 24 rolls, didn't seem like 1 pound of ground beef would be enough. Perhaps the rolls I found were a little larger? I scooped the meat on to the rolls with a small icecream/cookie scoop, and it worked out perfectly for 24. Cooked them for closer to 45-50 minutes since there was more meat. Yum! Can't wait to make them again!
We used to make something similar to this and lost the recipe. I am so happy that we found it again, and this one may even be better. We mad these for Thanksgiving, while we watched football. Everyone loved them and gobbled them up in a flash. Thanks for posting this recipe!
These are super easy to make and my family loves them. I use the Sara Lee dinner rolls and they work great.
I Read several reviews before making these and used a combination of tips. First rolled out beef mixture and baked on foil lined cookie sheet for 15 minutes. Next, I cut them in squares with a pizza cutter and placed on rolls. I used Hawaiian king rolls. Some thought these were to sweet but we liked them. I used a glass baking pan and covered them tightly with aluminum foil. Baked for additional 15 minutes. I have made them twice now and everyone loved them. They are not "gourmet", as some reviews criticized but are easy and tasty. Kids and husband loved them. You can also use a leaner beef and less cheese to make them a little less fattening. Also, I used about 1.5 lbs of beef, a full packet of soup mix, and about 6 ounces of cheese.
I used the whole pack of seasoning and it was not too strong at all. I actually thought they could have used more salt. I bought 2 packs of Sarah Lee dinner rolls, they came in packs of 12 rolls. The rolls are all attached together so I split them into bunches of 6 rolls stuck together. I sliced the tops off each bunch of 6 rolls and put the bottom parts into the baking dish. I divided the meat up into 4 parts and plopped it down on each section of rolls. Then I spread the meat out so it covered all the bottoms. Topped them, covered with foil and cooked 35 minutes. They came apart easy because the rolls were already divided I just had to pull them apart a little. The bread was soft, not soggy and the meat was perfectly cooked. The way I made them was quick and easy with no mess. The kids loved these mini burgers with chips.
Made these for Super Bowl party yesterday - they were a hit! Used 93% lean ground beef, they were not greasy at all. I did add more meat (about another 1/2 lb) to the one packet of soup mix and threw in some more cheese. I agree that one pkg for just 1 lb of meat would be too much. Used King Hawaiian rolls. Placed them in a low-sided pan so that there was no air space above the rolls, wrapped the foil tightly and they stayed nice and soft. Had the left overs for dinner tonight, heated in the micro wave they were still soft and yummy. Thanks for the recipe!
I really liked these. I'd maybe try a little less dry onion soup mix. Tasted a little over powering with the whole packet.
Made these the other night using the recipe on here for dry onion soup mix in place of the packaged stuff. The flavor was good and buns were soft but the meat was hard and dry. Don't know why as I followed the recipe exactly. Maybe my oven was hotter? I may try again but not sure what to do differently to keep the meat from getting dried out as I want to be sure it's cooked thru too.
Turned out way better than I expected, the bottom of the roll wasnt greasy at all. I used Hawaiian rolls, and I wont do that next time, as it made them too sweet. Everyone loved them still, and this is such a different recipe than Im used to, with the raw meat going on the rolls like that. Im very pleasantly surprised!
This recipe is so good. Though I couldn't bring myself to put raw meat on the buns. Sarah Lee now makes mini buns and these worked great for me. At the suggestions of other reviewers, I pre-cooked the meat - flattened in a 13x9 pan - and baked for 8 mins. Then cut and put on the buns. SO GOOD! This is definitely a keeper.
These are GREAT. We made these last night to give them a trial run before Super Bowl. I followed the recipe and added minced dried onion & a few dashes of worcestershire (only because that is what we add to homemade turkey burgers). We definitely did not think they were salty as some reviewers. I used dinner rolls from the bakery section of the grocery store. I did top with a damp papertowel while cooking, which was needed. The bottom bun was still a little on the hard side but not a big deal. I don't think a damp papertowel on the bottom would work. I cooked at 350° for 40 minutes and the meat was done. My husband and daughter said they taste exactly like "sliders" & LOVED them. (I submitted a photo and unfortunately there is really no way to make them look as good as they taste.) Thanks for sharing this recipe. It is a keeper.
These are wonderful! I used one package of Hawaiian Rolls (12), ground chuck, 2% cheddar cheese, light mayo, and the dry soup mix. I put 1/2 the recipe on one package of rolls, just as the recipe says to do. No soggy bottoms at all. I was a little concerned that they would be too oniony, but they weren't. Definitely a keeper! *** The next day, I wrapped one in a paper towel and warmed it up in the microwave. Still very good!
It was delicious even though I cooked them on the grill.
I LOVE THESE! I made them for an Oscar party once and they were the first things to go! Everyone wanted the recipe, so I passed along this website. Thanks
This was great, I didn't think one pound of beef would be enough, but it was and it was quick and easy. My family loved them. I will make these again.
These were just okay to me. They were a little bit bland for my taste. The bread was dry, but that's because I didn't use the ready-to-bake rolls but rather already prepped bakery rolls. Will try them again with a little more spice and the ready-to-bake rolls.
My husband really liked these, me not so much, but I think thats just due to personal tastes. I flattened burger mix onto a small cookie sheet and baked at 350 for 15-20 minutes. Then I cut the meat into square pieces to fit inside the buns. I used Sara Lee dinner rolls for the bread and baked the sadwiches for a few minutes in the buns. Pretty easy.
This recipes is exactly how I hoped it would be from the reviews! Having moved to the Northwest from the Midwest, I discovered that there are no White Castle restaurants here. This is definitely the perfect White Castle "fix"! My whole family loved them and I will make often. Followed the recipe exactly and super easy!!
This recipe is so full of flavor. I have used inion soup in my hamburger mixture and it did not get the oomph!! that this recipe gave to it. I guess the cheese had something to do with it. Anyway, my family, (husband, 8yr. old and 2 yr. old) loved it. Thanks Kathy W.
These are so good! I did cut back a little on the onion soup mix as well and added a tiny bit more cheese...You can't make enough of these!
These were really excellent! The bottom of the rolls (I used Hawaiian butter ones) did get a little crispy so next time I'll put them in a water bath. Thanks!
These were really tasty! I made the recipe exactly as written and didn't find them salty at all. I used Pepridge Farms slider rolls and they were the perfect size. These were super simple to put together and had awesome flavor. I will definately be making these again! Thanks for posting. :)
Made these for Super Bowl and they were a hit! I used the suggestion of another reviewer and pressed the meat mixture into a rectangle then cut squares to hit the rolls using a pizza cutter. Simplified the assembly. I also tried precooking 1/2 of the meat on a cookie sheet covered with foil before putting on the rolls, then heating in oven covered in foil until warmed enough. The other 1/2 I cooked the meat on the rolls as directed in the original recipe. I did not think the buns were too soggy this way and preferred the taste, the meat flavored the rolls a bit. I did use 95% lean beef so it was not overly greasy. I did think the full amount of onion soup mix was too salty so next time I will cut back on it and add either fresh chopped onion or dried minced onion. I did serve with dill pickle slices, mustard and ketchup on the side so people to dress their sliders to taste.
Got to have a dill chip on them and I will cut back on the onion soup next time...maybe only half an envelope.
They're messy making them difficult finger food, but they are oh so good.
I just moved into my own house and I've never cooked before, so I'm learning by experimenting. I was having a few friends over for the Super Bowl and searched and found this recipe this morning. I decided to chance it and was blown away how great it is. It's super easy to make and it tastes amazing. My friends scarfed them down in no time. I definitely recommend giving this one a try ASAP.
you cant beat this recipe...very good..would not change a thing
We have updated this recipe to use baked dinner rolls, and also altered the servings from 12 to 24.
I added I Tbsp steak sauce instead of the onion soup mix. These are fantastic. We had a wedding at our house and I served these burger bites during the cocktail hour. They were a huge hit. I also just served them at Super Bowl XLII and everyone loved them!!
I made two changes -- I cut the onion soup mix in 1/2 and I didn't have any rolls, so I used Pillsbury Flaky Biscuits (which made only 16). The biscuits made it really great actually and I highly recommend trying it that way! The only needed to cook about 30 minutes. Anyway, they came out really good. I probably would use some salt or something next time, though. So, all in all, very good.
These were awful looking. No one cared for them.
I did as other reviewers did and used only half of the onion soup mix. The only problem I had was that the bottom of the bun was crunchy and hard. Is there something else I should do to make them soft?? I used lean meat, was that the problem? Thanks anyways.
I follwed the recipe. I did based on other reviews place a pan of water on the rack under the bites while they were baking.
Awesome! Mixed ground chuck, mayo, Lipton onion soup mix, and shredded cheddar, pressed in a 9x13 pan and baked on 350 for about 20 min. Then used a pizza cutter to cut the meat into squares. Added to Sara Lee dinner rolls, wrapped in foil and "steamed" in oven for about 8 minutes. Added a dill chip and a squirt of mustard and voila! The whole family loved them. Really easy to prepare too. Will be making these again for sure!
WOW, these are awesome, i followed others suggestions and pressed and pre cooked hamburger mixture into 9x13 pan, cooked at 350 for 25 minutes then cut into 18 squares (because they shrank so much) i used 1.19 lbs of ground round and followed the original directions for 8 oz shredded cheddar and 1 pkg dry onion soup mix and TBS mayo . after the meat mixture was cooked and cut i split the rolls and placed the square piece of hamburger into the rolls. and then wrapped the whole bunch of them in double wrapped tin foil and placed them back in oven at 250 to warm and steam the rolls.. the only problem is they stuck a bit to the bottom of the tin foil.. the taste was amazing served them with baked french fries II
This turned out well, I used I 1/8 cup measuring cup to pack the patties in to make them a uniform size
not bad. onion soup mix taste was really strong. i might try this again with no onion soup and spice it up myself to better suit our tastes.cooking time was bang on for me.
We love this recipe! I've made it twice within 2 weeks. I followed the recipe exactly. We did not feel the entire packet of onion soup mix was too much. It was perfect. I even think I can sub lowfat mayo, and it will still be good.
Very good! I also cooked the meat first on a 9x13 pan, because speading raw meat on buns sounded kind of gross. But the flavor of these was so good! I followed other reviewers and used hot dog buns cut in thirds (that way I didn't even have to go to the store, I had everything on hand) It wasn't too much onion soup mix for us, but I did have about 1 1/2 pounds of meat. Great recipe, so easy and delicious, I will make these often.
Closest recipe I've found to white castle, big hit!
These are simple to make, easy on the budget, and a big hit with the everyone. What more can you ask for? I couldn’t find the buns listed in the recipe so I used regular hamburger buns.
I didn't change a thing and my whole group gobbled them up with rave reviews!
Perfect gametime snack. Adults and kiddos ate this one up. Lookout Whitecastle... We know the secret now.
Very good sliders! I made them for the Super Bowl and they were a hit! My husband took the leftovers to the office and he said that they heated up well in the microwave. The next time I make them I will decrease the onion mix. We are not big onion eaters, though! I took the suggestions of other members and rolled the beef mixture onto a cutting board and then cut perfect squares. I then placed the sliders on the top portion of a broiler pan (completely covered in aluminum foil) and placed it on top of the bottom pan that I had filled with water. I tightly covered the sliders and baked them in a gas oven for 35-40 minutes!
I followed recipe other than my cheese being mozzarella simply because that is all I had. These really did taste like white castles. Even the heart burn later :). My rolls came in an aluminum tray so I assembled in the tray and wrapped the entire tray in heavy duty aluminum foil. Baked for 30, my buns were perfect and my meat was cooked. Family loved them. I will make these again!!
I made these for a superbowl party and replaced the hamburger meat with ground turkey. I also used whole-wheat rolls. I don't think anyone even noticed because they were too busy scarfing them down! They were gone within an hour...
These were awesome! I made them for super bowl and everyone loved them. My boyfriend liked them better the next day microwaved because the bottoms weren't crunchy. If they could be made without the bottoms getting crunchy they'd be even better!! Very close to White Castles!!
Amazing!! I used the savory butter Hawaiian rolls. Just make the meat mixture, slap it on the rolls and bake, yum! No need to pre bake the rolls, use fresh not frozen and save yourself a step.
These were pretty good. The recipe was a little confusing when it came to the rolls though. I bought already baked dinner rolls and just cooked the meat on a griddle. I am assuming the recipe wanted you to buy frozen dinner rolls but I am not sure
I love these! I was suprised how much they taste like White Castles! My husband didn't like the fact that the buns were kind of crunchy vs soft, but I thought they were fantastic!
Taste is right on with these, but I didn't have the courage to spread the meat mixture directly onto the buns in a raw state (I have a 3 yr old.) I precooked it for like ten minutes beforehand. Here's the secret White Castle addition I added - mix a small bottle of strained Veal Baby Food into the meat mixture -- yup, believe it or not! The buns are important in this recipe too - I think the best option is cheap store brand hot dog buns cut into thirds, personally. I got some nice mini kaisers from the bakery but they were just too bready and not authentic. Great recipe idea though - thank you for the post!
Wow these taste just like White Castle! I did change it up a bit. I first browned the ground beef on a skillet. While the meat was browning I added 1 tablespoon of mayo, 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce,a little bit of dried minced onion, and some handfuls of shredded cheddar cheese. I then baked them in the oven for about 10 minutes and put more cheese on the rolls. Woah! They were amazing!!!I think next time I will caramelize some onions to put on the burgers!
These are sooo good!I was a little scared of the raw meat going on the bun,thinking it would end up greasy but it didnt.I used 85% ground beef and Martins Potatoe party rolls,which come in a 24 pack.Everyone loved them.
Ok. I just made these. Followed recipe, except after reading reviews only used 3/4 Pkg soup mix. These had a great flavor, but was not seasoned/salty enough. Saved half of mixture to make tomorrow and will add the rest of the soup packet. Also, was worried that they may be soggy after just putting the raw meat on the roll, but the opposite was true. Cooked mine for 25 minutes and the meat was very done, but the rolls were almost burnt, VERY crispy (even after covering very tightly with foil). Tomorrow will only cook for 15-20 minutes and/or maybe at slightly lower oven temp.
Love the idea, but not crazy about the flavor of the burger. Have never been to White Castle, maybe they are supposed to taste this way. The recipe though did work great--used a very lean beef so no greasy buns.
Yum o! These little burgers taste just like White Castle sliders. Great recipe. I made the recipe exactly as written and it came out fantastic.
Easy, easy, easy! And my family loved them. I had a little more than a pound of very lean beef, used a whole Knorr package (which is more than the recipe calls for), and opted for potato rolls. Would not change a thing. Everyone asked for it to be permanently added to the family's recipe book. Even cold the next afternoon, they were still good.
This rolls were absolutely fabulous! So easy to make and they were all gone in no time. These are great for kids and adults also. Didn't really change a thing except I added just a little more mayo. Per other reviewers, I used a damp paper towel on top of the rolls. They came out perfectly. Thinking about trying them on the grill. Has anyone attempted this? Would be interested in knowing how they turned out. Great recipe - Thanks!!!
These were a total hit at my Super Bowl party. It's a month later and I am still getting requests for the recipe. I gave them 4 rather than 5 stars because the buns do get a little soggy/mushy - maybe slightly leaner meat may have worked better, but the trade-off may be flavor - I would definately make them again!
Awesome. Hands down, my new favorite.
These are delicious! They do taste very close to White Castle hamburgers. I have ketchup, mustard, and dill pickle slices available for individual people to add if they choose. I usually use hot dog buns cut in thirds for the bread. I tried them with Kings Hawaiian rolls once, but they weren't that great on the sweet bread. Overall a great recipe! Thanks!!
My hubby and kids love these little burgers. I do use the wet paper towel on top that other reviews suggested and using a 9x13 pan to pat out the meat and cut into even squares is great. I usually use ground turkey and 1/2 pack of of the soup mix, but do add some of my homemade bbq sauce or A1 to the mix. these reheat great in the microwave.
Not that good. The meat tasted like mini meatloaves. The buns however where good. I liked the crispy bottoms.
I made two batches of this recipe. One batch was on soft dinner rolls. The second batch was on french bread baguettes. They were both equally delicious, but the men liked the bigger french bread bites. The only thing I will change next time is I will add more meat on the buns. Served with mustard and pickles!
We loved these!!! I made them exactly as written. Leftovers were awesome as well. I wrapped two in a damp paper towel and microwaved for 30 seconds. My 6 yr-old daughter wanted them for breakfast the next morning!!
These burgers have an amazing flavor!!! I made them as sliders the first time and they turned out great, the only downfall was that the buns got hard quickly so the leftovers didn't taste as good. About a week ago I decided to see if the same recipe would work for regular hamburgers, and it surely did! I used probably about 3/4lb of ground beef and created the mixture by using low fat mayo instead of regular. I also didn't use the entire packet of onion soup mix because I was afraid of overdoing it. After making the mixture I made two patties and put them in the oven in a 8x8 pan with foil over top of them for the same time directed by the recipe. There was a ton of juices in the bottom of the pan which showed me how much the slider buns soak up. The burgers tasted great to me and my husband complimented me on them. I think they could have been a little more flavorful so I'm going to use more (probably all) of the onion soup mix next time around and I'm going to continue cooking them in the oven without rolls so I can get the least amount of fat per serving that is possible.
These were a huge dissapointment. There was hardly any flavor and the bread just overwhelmed any meat flavor there might have been. I only made 14 (instead of 24 as the recipe calls for) and it was still tasteless. Will not be making this again.
This is great recipe for get-togethers. I have made it several times. My only recommendation is not to squeeze a double batch in a pan. The middle burgers do not get done and the outside burgers dry out quickly.
These were so good! I did use the whole packet of seasoning, and did not think that it was too salty and I don't care for salty foods. I couldn't make them quite as stated since I only had cheap hamburger and didn't want all of that grease in my rolls. So I also baked the meat in the 9x13 that I had also made rolls in at 400 for about 15 min. I didn't add the cheese in, one of the kids don't like it, so I sprinkled it on top after baking. Even my three year old, who never eats any meat but chicken, ate her whole slider. I made Sweet Dinner Rolls from this site and made 16 sliders.
So delicious for such simplicity! My son's eyes lit up with surprise when he took his first bite. We don't have any White Castles up here, and these are very close. My only problem is that my rolls get hard instead of soft. Any suggestions? I doubled the foil the second time but they still came out crunchy.
Made these for our Canadian Grey Cup night and they were a hit! Turned out really nice, and were very easy to make. Almost tasted like a sausage roll to me because the bun gets a little crispy. We did have some left over which my husband also really enjoyed in his lunches for a couple days.
We love these! I could've sworn I had onion soup mix but couldn't find it so I just added minced dried onion. I also added a little salt & pepper & just put sliced american on top instead of cheddar. They taste like a cross between White Castle & McD's little cheeseburgers. MMMmm
These were a real hit! Be sure to add a pickle or two as soon as they come out of the oven. These really take care of the craving for White Castles. Thanks for sharing your fun, easy and yummy recipe!
Huge hit at our Super Bowl party and so easy! We added ketchup and a pickle slice to some, buffalo sauce and blue cheese to some and left some plain... They were all awesome! Next time I want to try BBQ sauce!
Very good. My kids love them!
They turned out a little soggy for me, but I think I did something wrong. Will definatly try them again.
I made these for the Super Bowl and the taste was great. The only thing I will change next time is to not bake them in the bun. The bottom of the buns got a little hard and my family likes them soft. Taste was amazing though!
I brought these into work for my boss's birthday and my co-workers loved them. I thought they were just ok. I expected them to taste more like white castles. In order to keep the buns from drying out I placed a couple of damp paper towels on the bottom of a 9x13 pan then sprayed it with non-stick spray. I then put the burgers on top and placed another damp paper towel over the burgers before wrapping in tin foil. No problems with dry buns. Also, they taste best with pickle and mustard.
My son loves these so much! Now, when we have a house full of teenage boys, this is my "go-to" recipe. I even have guys asking me to make these...and offering to help! They are delicious!!
yummy!!! I couldn't find the frozen rolls so I used the brown and serve rolls. SO YUMMY and cute!! I can't wait to make again ~ very easy to make!! A big hit for football sunday!!!
Such a disappointment! Onion taste was too strong; buns were hard; meat never got done. Not even my easy to please husband would eat these. If I try again, I'll cook meat on George Foreman grill first then put on buns. And no Onion soup mix! I'll season with some worstershire sauce and salt/pepper.
I took them to 2 different superbowl parties this year and they were a huge hit
So good. Not a huge buger person but loved these, my husband wants them all the time. Really good the next day and out of the freezer.
These went over well at the party. When I make them again I will cut the onion soup mix by half. It seemed to be a little too much with the entire packet. They were not only good, but very easy to make.
Fantastic. My sister made these for our group and everyone loved them. So easy too.
Great recipe! I love Crystals and White Castle so I was really excited to try this recipe. It lived up to my expectations. I used King's Hawaiian small butter rolls that I purchased at Wal-Mart. I had to sub. sour cream for the mayo, because I hate mayo. I prepared each roll with the meat mixture and then wrapped each roll with foil. After baking I let the burgers cool a bit before I unwrapped them, like 2-3 minutes. Served with ketchup and sliced pickle they were amazing!
Pretty Good, but the Lipton Onion Soup Mix is an overkill. I think next time I will omit the soup mix and just add some A1 steak sauce for flavor. I will also use jalapeno jack cheese for some extra "Bamm"!
Super easy and inexpensive..every body loved them!
I thought this was great. My five kids agreed. Since Onion Soup mix has MSG, I used dried onion and salt instead ( you could always use seasoning salt). I also used the Earth Grains Thin Buns for lower carbs. They were delicious as there is not much dough to get soggy.