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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Cooking Thursday

 Here's an easy slider sandwich recipe we tried a few weeks ago.  It can be made ahead and heated when ready to eat.
The name came with the recipe!


White Trash Sliders

1/2 pound ground beef, browned and drained
1/2 pound breakfast sausage, browned and drained
8 ounces velveeta cheese, cubed
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon minced onion.
Mix all ingredients together and heat until cheese is melted.  Serve on slider buns.
You can also put them on half the bun and then broil them till hot and bubbly.

13 comments:

Debi said...

I make ham and cheese sliders, never thought to make something like this. Thanks for sharing!

Deb said...

Looks yummy. I will give it a try. We loved the last slider recipe you posted and tonight I fixed Carmel Asian Chicken for dinner and it was a hit with us all! Thanks, Mari. Have a good weekend!

Jan said...

That sounds delicious!

Ginny Hartzler said...

Looks awesome!

Hootin Anni said...

Sliders are a perfect size for seniors!!!

Latane Barton said...

I love things that are easy to make and that looks delicious. Cheers.

Beside a babbling brook... said...

That name!!! >,-))))))))

Bet it's the Velveeta Cheese, which contributes to the name.

Since Velveeta is a _processed_ _cheese_ product.

And remember those squirt containers of some cheese product, maybe Velveeta?????? They may not even make them anymore.

I have this memory, from long ago tv. Marlo Thomas on "That Girl"... Had a party and no one would go home, so she ended up, serving CORN FLAKES, with SQUIRT CHEESE on them!!!!! LOLLLLLLL

🌼🌱🌼🌱🌼🌱🌼

Suemn said...

That slider looks so good. I love that sliders are so easy to make. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Kerin said...

That sounds good, and I like the addition of sausage.
Thanks for the yummy recipe!

~K.

Sparky said...

Yum, except I would substitute the velveeta for real cheese. Sounds delish!
Blessings. xx

Jenny the Pirate said...

Haha sounds spectacular. Love the name xoxo

Terri D said...

Yum!! SloppyJoe-like sliders! Thanks, Mari!

Jeanette said...

Those look really good!