Thursday, August 2, 2012

Double Decker Sliders

Why celebrate only the beginning of the olympics with a spot of tea and croutons with your daughter when you can make double decker sliders. The picture above makes them look bigger then they are- this recipe made about 14-18 sliders and they all gotten eaten up by the five of us.

I love homemade hamburgers hands down to something bought in a fast food joint. You can add your own things, just like how I added carrots to it to hide vegetables for my kids. It is very juicy and will fall apart if you try to do too much with it, but done well, it is juicy and delish.

Congrats to Michael Phelps, for becoming the most decorated Olympian in history!! As well to Gabrielle Douglas in Gymnastics, Rebecca Soni in swimming, Kayla Harrison in Judo- just to name a few record breakers and gold medalists! Congrats to all the athletes!!! Can you tell I have team spirit?! Yes, I do! 

1 pound ground beef
1 egg
1/2 cup shredded carrot
1 small onion
1 tbsp worchestire sauce
1 tsbp pale ale beer (option)
1 glove garlic, minced
3 tbsp bread crumbs
1 cup sharp chedder cheese, grated

1. cut onion, garlic, and put in the bowl.
2. shred the baby carrots and put in.
3. Add egg, beer, sauce and stir.
4. Add in meat and stir.
5. Add in bread crumbs and cheese and stir.
6. preheat oven 170 degrees to keep patties warm while you cook others.
7. Make patties no bigger then the palm of  your hand and compact them as much you can.
8. Over medium heat cook the patties, try not to push down and flip once or twice.
9. Serve.

You Know You Want This Burger!
               Yes! I See You!              

1 comment:

Ben Jamin said...

Those sliders look huge in the first photo. And then you see the baby, and you realize that they actually are sliders. Perfect size for a little kid, actually.

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