Sliders: more than just little burgers. There’s an art to making delicious sliders. Follow these five tricks for ultimate slider deliciousness, every time you grill turkey, mushrooms, or chicken.
1. Little Buns
You’ve got to find the right buns for your sliders to get the proper bread-to-filling ratio. If you can’t find good brioche slider rolls, consider cutting hot dog buns in halves or thirds.
You’ll want something rich and gooey to ensure moistness in every slider bite. Garlic-rosemary aioli fits the bill.
They add an excellent crunch. You can even make your own.
All sliders are messy–that’s a given. But some are so rich and gooey you can’t resist ’em–notably, Sloppy Joe Sliders.
5. Make ’em Veg
Mini portobellos are completely key.
This post is part of Food Network’s Comfort Food Feast. See the other sliders participants made by clicking the links below:
Jeanette’s Healthy Living: Gluten-Free Maryland Crab Cake Sliders
The Heritage Cook: Italian Sliders with Fried Polenta and Marinara Sauce
Elephants and the Coconut Trees: Shredded Beef Sliders
Haute Apple Pie: Easy Pan Cheeseburger Sliders
Devour: Pick Your Slider Stuffing for Super Bowl
Dishin & Dishes: Philly Cheesesteak Sliders
Weelicious: Mexican Chicken Sliders
Taste With The Eyes: Classic Chicago-Style Polish Sausage Sliders
Virtually Homemade: Meatball Sliders
Napa Farmhouse 1885: Buffalo Sliders with Bacon & Cheddar
Red or Green: Buffalo Chicken Sliders with Bacon & Celery
The Sensitive Epicure: Arepas — The Ultimate Gluten-Free Slider with South American Flair
Domesticate Me: Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Meatball Sliders
Daily*Dishin: Italian Roast Beef-Smoked Almond Creamy Cheesy Sliders
FN Dish: Super Sliders