Bacon Cheeseburger Sliders

Juicy hamburger patty topped with with crispy bacon, onion and cheese.

1.5 lb ground beef

1/2 c diced onion

8 strips bacon

Hawaiian sweet rolls

5 slices American cheese

2 tablespoons butter

Preheat griddle to low. Place the ground beef on a sheet pan lined with wax or parchment paper. Press/Roll the beef into a rectangular shape slightly larger than the sheet of Hawaiian rolls. Set aside.

Cut the sheet of Hawaiian rolls in half horizontally so you have a top and bottom “bun” for each slider. Set aside.

Add sliced bacon to the griddle top and begin to cook. As bacon cooks move it off to the slide. Add diced onions to the bacon grease on a griddle and cook the onions.

When the onions are almost cooked through season with the burger seasoning. Toss to coat with seasoning and then make a rectangle the same size as the burger patty on the griddle.

Carefully flip the burger patty onto the cooked onions on the griddle.

Cook the beef patty on the first side with the onions until the meat is over halfway cooked through and a slight crust develops. Then flip the patty to the second side.

While the burger patty is cooking, spread butter on the cut side of both sheets of Hawaiian rolls.

Place the rolls, butter side down, on the griddle and toast until toasted to your liking. Remove from the griddle.

Top the burger patty with cheese slices and allow the cheese to melt and burger to cook through to 160 degrees Fahrenheit.

When the cheeseburger patty is cooked through, use griddle spatulas to carefully transfer the whole patty to the bottom side of the toasted rolls.

Chop the cooked bacon and sprinkle it on top of the cheeseburger patty.

Add the top sheet of Hawaiian rolls to the bacon cheeseburger party.

Cut into individual sliders and serve immediately.

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