字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (sliding in) (laughing) - Hey everybody, it's Natasha of natashaskitchen.com, and today we are making cheeseburger sliders. These are so easy to make, you need a few simple ingredients. My kids love these, they reheat really well so they're perfect for meal planning. And, I'm hungry, so let's get started. (drum roll) (upbeat music) We'll start with the meat mixture. Place a large skillet over medium high heat and add half a tablespoon of olive oil. Next add half of a finely diced yellow onion and stir that for about 30 seconds. Now add two pounds of lean ground beef. I'm using a 90 10 ground beef. (sizzling) Use a firm spatula to break up the beef into small pieces, then season the mixture with one teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of black pepper, and one teaspoon of garlic powder. (upbeat music) Continue sauteing that, breaking up the beef over medium high heat until the beef is just cooked through. (upbeat music) Once the meat is finished cooking, turn of the heat and tilt the pan. You wanna spoon out any excess fat, or liquid that's released from the beef. And if you used a beef with a higher fat content, you will get more fat released, which is okay, just spoon it out. (upbeat music) Once you've drained off the extra fat, with the heat off, stir in 1/4 cup of real mayonnaise. That little bit of mayo is the secret to keeping the beef really juicy and tasty. Set the beef mixture aside, and we're gonna shred six ounces of medium cheddar cheese on the large holes of a box grater. This is a tool I use in my kitchen all the time, I will link to it in the notes. You'll also need eight slices of medium cheddar cheese, and you can use all sliced cheese if you prefer, but I love how shredded cheese melts into the ground beef. Cut a 24 pack of dinner rolls in half with a long serrated knife like so. And you can also use two packs of 12 dinner rolls if you can't find a 24 pack and just set them next to each other. If you're making this for a smaller crowd, I love that you can easily cut the whole recipe in half. To bake these we have our oven pre-heating at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. We're gonna butter the bottom of a rimmed baking sheet. Place the bottom half of the dinner rolls onto the buttered baking sheet. Now lined the cut side of the bread with sliced cheese, cutting the cheese in half as needed to completely cover the surface. Spread the ground beef mixture evenly over the sliced cheese using a spatula to straighten off the edges. (upbeat music) And just spread that out semi evenly, there is no need for perfection with these cheeseburger sliders. (upbeat music) Now we're gonna cover that ground beef with our six ounces of shredded cheddar cheese. A layer of cheese on the top and bottom of the meat will keep the buns from getting soggy, and I love how that shredded cheese melts into the beef making every bite irresistibly good. Place the top half of the buns over the cheese, then brush the tops of the buns with two tablespoons of melted butter. (upbeat music) While the butter is still melted, sprinkle the tops generously with sesame seeds. This'll make the sliders look like cute little cheeseburgers. Bake those on the center rack of the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 15 minutes, or if you made them ahead and refrigerated, bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 18 minutes, or until the cheese is melted. (laughing) I am so excited, because it is time for the taste test. Seriously, wasn't that so easy? This is the simplest recipe and I love to serve this with fries sauce, we have a bunch of different sauces in our burger video, so make sure you check that out. Including the barbecue one which is my personal favorite. And also some pickles, you can slice up some pickles and serve it, I love that crisp crunch, and tang of the pickles with these. But first, we're gonna cut these up. These are so easy to serve, you just slice it along the rows of the buns. (laughing) My buns, my buns, okay. (laughing) Here we go. (upbeat music) Ugh, I love these are so cute. They're baby cheeseburgers. And they taste just like burgers, but you don't have to stand over your grill, which is awesome, I love that. And you get your cheeseburger fix. Plus, these reheat really will. Just 15, 20 seconds in the microwave and you have a burger ready to go. Okay, I cannot wait any longer. (giggling) We're gonna dive right into this. Okay, here we go. (upbeat music) Look at that, love that little cheese pull. And it's so gooey, and cheesy, and moist. That little bit of mayo, I'm tellin' you it goes a long way, do not skip it. Okay here we go. (laughing) Get in my belly. Kay, here we go. I'm excited. (giggling) Are you excited? (giggling) Okay. (biting burger) Mmm. Mm. It has that classic cheeseburger flavor, super moist. That beef is not dry at all. And I love how that bottom bun gets crisped up just a little bit with the butter. Remember we buttered the pan? Also, adding the cheese on the bottom and the top of the meat keeps the bun from getting soggy, so it is just still super soft, and fluffy, and tastes like it just got baked because it just came out of the oven. And I have two more taste testers that are very impatiently waiting. Come on guys. (swoosh) - Me first. - Okay, go ahead. Grab a burger. - This one. - This one? Okay here you go. One for you. And, okay, okay. Ooh she's got the dip, she's goin' for the dip, she knows what's good. (laughing) He's goin', oh oh. The reviews are in. You like it? Yeah? (laughing) Okay, we're gonna eat. We'll see you in our next video. (chewing) (upbeat music) - Here mom. - Bite of pickle, bite of burger. Bite of pickle, bite of burger. - Here mom. - No I got one. - Here mom. - I've got one.