Mike's Own-White Castle Cheese Sliders®. Mike's Own-White Castle Cheese Sliders® For those more interested in just making and eating a better Slider. The added sodium in this dish from both the broth and onions does pair nicely with the sweetness of the King's Hawaiian Rolls. With that, they really do create a great medium for the hamburger.
They taste exactly like the original sliders. This post is part of a kick-butt burger grill giveaway hosted by GirlCarnivore but the burger epicness (these incredible White Castle Cheeseburger Sliders – copycat recipe) are all. The mini burgers are so unique, original, and delicious that anyone who's enjoyed a White Castle slider can't help but take part in the slider-mania that has spread across the country in the form. You can cook Mike's Own-White Castle Cheese Sliders® using 25 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mike's Own-White Castle Cheese Sliders®
- It’s of Slider Meat.
- Prepare 1 1/2 lb of Freshest Quality 80/20 Ground Hamburger.
- You need 1/2 cup of Salted Beef Broth [you may not need/use all].
- You need 1 tsp of Onion Powder.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of Each: Garlic Powder – Black Pepper – Salt.
- It’s of Oven Bake Mixture.
- It’s 2 1/2 cup of [to 3 cups] Beef Broth.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of Dehydrated Onions.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Onion Powder.
- It’s of Bread.
- It’s 15 small of Sara Lee Plain Dinner Rolls [best] Or, [for the sweet tooth] King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls.
- Prepare of Cheeses.
- It’s 10 slice of Kraft American Cheese Slices [one layer cheese only].
- It’s of Toppings.
- It’s 1/2 cup of Dehydrated Onions + 1 1/2 Cups Water [soak for rehydration].
- Prepare 15 of Sliced Vlassic Pickles.
- Prepare of Kitchen Equipment.
- Prepare 1 large of 9" x 12" Or 11" x 15" Baking Pan.
- You need 1 large of Straw [to puncture meat].
- You need 1 large of Plastic Bowl & 1 Smaller Plastic Bowl.
- It’s 1 large of Kitchen Knife.
- Prepare 1 of Parchment Paper.
- You need 1 large of Rolling Pin.
- It’s 1 of Spatula.
- You need 1 of Tinfoil.
The Design White Castle is the first and only fast-food chain ever to cook their patties with holes in them. The "slider craze" is pretty recent though with every fast casual and Darden-esque restaurant serving a (underwhelming) version. And nothing like it before, or since. So easy to eat, it was dubbed the Slider.
Mike's Own-White Castle Cheese Sliders® instructions
- WC, done my way. ;0) Enjoy!.
- Heat oven to 450°. Pictured are the items you'll need. Note: Tinfoil, parchment paper and large baking pan not shown..
- Mix your 1/2 cup of dehydrated onions with your 1 1/2 cups water and allow it to sit for 30 + minutes to hydrate. These little guys will burst several shades of white and bloom right up for you! These fully hydrated onions will also have that tiny inner, "snap!" that White Castle has indeed become known for! Drain any excess fluid from onions..
- Mix everything in the Slider Meat section except – slowly add your 1/2 cup broth. I didn't use it all but you may. You'll want your meat gummy and tacky – not runny and falling apart. Remember, there are no binders [i.e., eggs or bread crumbs] in this slider meat mixture and I can't be certain what grade of beef you'll be purchasing. So, go half, then go slowly! You'll want your meat really hard to roll with a rolling pin. Meaning, it sticks to your rolling pin constantly. That should give you that proper, "cooked meat," WC texture..
- On parchment paper or equivalent – roll your meat to about 1/4" [or just slightly thicker] thickness..
- ° Create lines with a knife where you'll size your patties. Cut meat all the way through. See photos. ° Using a sturdy straw or rounded equivalent, make 5 holes in your lined out patties. Discard leftover meat from hole punctures. ° Lightly sprinkle top of hamburger meat with onion and garlic powder. ° Freeze your patties until just slightly frozen, yet pliable. Or, you can simply freeze them solid. I've never noticed any difference between the two other than cooking times and I always freeze mine. ° I also freeze full sheets of these patties just to have on hand. They'll last safely in the freezer for a month and when ready, you're less than 30 minutes away from.a WC lunch!.
- ° Wrap hamburger in parchment and freeze fully or partially. Lightly flatten and evenly smooth meat before you do. Be careful not to flatten your work though! ° Second picture: Fully frozen sheet of copycat White Castle hamburger meat..
- Depending upon the size of your overall hamburger patty, mix your Oven Bake Mixture in a 9"x12" or 12"x15" pan..
- Place frozen sheet of meat into your pan filled with your Oven Bake mixture, cover with Tinfoil and seal pan very tightly. Bake for 13 to 15 minutes at 450° until bubbling. Try not to peek until the end of cooking. You'll want your meat to fully steam..
- ° Uncover your cooked hamburger. ° If needed, drain 1/2 of the fluid while leaving meat in place. [you won't want your buns touching the fluid in your pan] ° Lay one layer of sliced of American cheese on top meat as pictured. Don't double up on the cheese as it will easily over dominate your Sliders flavor and drown out your onions and seasonings. ° Sprinkle all of your now hydrated – dehydrated onions on the top of cheese. Cover every inch of meat. ° Cut your rolls in half and place the top halves atop your cheese and onions. ° Tightly re-seal pan again with your Tinfoil and place back in the oven for 3+ minutes to.
- Your entire kitchen should literally be smelling like a White Castle franchise by now! Throw on your bottom buns, a sliced pickle in each and prepare to taste the memories! Pictured below are WC's made with Kings Hawaiian Rolls..
The only thing better than polishing off a Sack of Sliders alone, is doing it with friends. Could it get any better than that? White Castle has introduced a new cheese-themed menu, featuring cheesy sliders and sides, available for a limited time. New Roasted Garlic Cheese Slider and French Onion Cheese Slider join fan-favorite Jalapeño Cheese Slider a
nd American Cheese Slider. Also, I buy the Deli american cheese – the finer quality cheese, you will notice a difference and so will your fam, the sliders taste WAY better.