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And while we’re talking about SuperBowl food, let’s just add this to the list of sure-fire couch-pleasers:
SuperBowl Sliders! (YOu know – miniature cheeseburgers!)
4 pounds ground beef
5 large onions, cut into rings
1 jar Loco Cheese Dip
Two packages of dinner rolls, approximately 2 dozen rolls
Condiments as desired
What to do:
Form the ground beef into small patties, about 3 inches in diameter
In a large frying pan, lay the onion circles in the pan, and put the hamburger patties on top of the onions. Don’t worry about making them even. Fry the hamburger patties on medium-low heat, turning several times to insure doneness but not burning. The onions will carmelize and “share their wealth” with the hamburger. When the burgers are done, scoop them up, along with the onions, and put one patty on the bottom half of a split dinner roll. Generously spread Loco Cheese Dip over the burger, and replace the top bun. Put the cooked onions in a bowl- they’ll be a condiment. Each time you take up a batch of burgers, replace the cooked onions with fresh-cut.
When you’ve got a huge platter of Loco Cheese Dip-covered mini-burgers-on-a-dinner-roll, bring it into the TV room, put it on the coffee table along with whatever condiments (don’t forget the onions!) your crew wants.
Then, stand back. Or take your place on the couch and grab a slider yourself. Football isn’t only for the guys, you know.
My husband refers to SuperBowl Sliders as “a man’s hors d’oeuvres,” and he just might be right!
He also wanted me to tell you that you can’t fix too many of these. However many you make, they’ll devour.