My new favorite way to make burgers is in slider form. Out of all the things I can cook, I can’t grill a decent full size hamburger. I’m paranoid about them not being fully cooked and getting e coli. One thing I learned when I worked in the food industry is unless you ground your own beef; don’t even chance eating a medium/rare burger. Not worth it. On a more up-beat note – sliders are delish and very quick to make. And I’m all about instant satisfaction – especially when I’m hungry.
1 – 1 ½ lbs 80-20 ground beef
2-3 tablespoons of Worchester sauce
1 tsp. onion powder
½ tsp. garlic salt (I like Lowry’s California Garlic Salt)
Hawaiian Bread dinner rolls
Topping of your choice i.e. chopped tomato, shredded lettuce, finely sliced sweet onion, sliced mini dills, etc.
Mix ground beef with Worchester sauce, onion powder and garlic salt. Form into patties that are thin and bigger than the Hawaiian rolls (80-20 beef will shrink). I used one of those cheap plastic patty forms and made the patty just shy (1/2”) from the edge.
Heat grill on high. Place patties on grill to sear first side and turn heat down to medium. Cook 2-3 minutes, flip and cook another 2-3 minutes until juices run clear. Top with cheese of your liking to melt.
Serve with rolls and toppings. Enjoy!