Recipe by The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage
"These crowd-pleasing sausage and beef sliders will be perfect for your next party. Serve them with your favorite condiments."
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Johnsonville® All Natural Ground Italian Sausage, or links, decased
small slider buns or mini sandwich rolls
These were really good. I ended up doing a one to one ratio of Italian Sausage and beef since we cut back the number of servings. We cooked them on the grill and served them on King Hawaiian rolls. Yummy. We will make them again.
Yum! I added some spicy mustard to these and some medium cheddar and they were delicious. I would make these again and again. I feel like these would be perfect for any party, as long as it was a house full of meat-eaters.
Ours looked very plain, but to be honest, a pictures was as far as the buns got. No one ate them on the bread! They were ok but not something we'd eat on a regular basis. They tasted more like a breakfast patty. They were good though.
Had these last night for supper and loved them. Mixed all the meat together so I can't tell you exactly what the ratio was but no one complained. We used the Johnsonville Sweet Italian Sausage. Served them with provolone and marinara sauce on potato rolls.
These were yum! I used equal ratios of sausage and ground turkey(93%). For a good burger while you need the fat from the 80/20 you also need something a bit leaner to mix in. This helps your burgers keep their shape. Too much fat and you will end up with hockey pucks because the burgers shrink. We topped these with cheese and "normal" burger toppings and paired with some Ore Ida sweet potato fries to round out the meal.
I liked the combination of sausage and beef, and I served them on little wheat Hawaiin rolls-they were good
These were wonderful! I live Johnsonville because there sausage tastes so much better than all the others. I followed the recipe as directed and use 80/20 chuck because that's the best ratio for locking in a juicy burger. Will be making these sliders again. Thank you.
These were really good and I can't wait to try them on the grill! I added cheddar and lettuce along with a little mayo. I served them on rolls I made, but next time I'll be sure to have them with squishy, soft rolls rather than the heavier ones I used. C'mon summer.....I want these on the grill.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Johnsonville Italian Sausage Sliders
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 331
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