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    White Castle Sliders

    Get a pound of 85% lean ground beef, and divide into 16 equal sized pieces.
    Form each into a 2−1/2 inch square patties. Do this on waxed paper. Make
    the patties very thin. Then "cookie−cut" five holes in each pattie.
    (the pattern should resemble 5 on a dice) A CLEAN pen cap works nicely.
    Freeze these 16 patties. (It'll make it easier later)
    BUNS: the buns are also small. My grocer has dinner rolls the exact size
    I need, but you might have to create your own using hot dog buns. One
    hot−dog bun makes two White Castle buns. Simply cut in half (through top
    and bottom) and then cut off the rounded sides to make them square.
    COOKING: This is key. You need to finely chop a medium white onion.
    On a pre−heated 375 degree electric griddle, lay about 1−1/2 Tablespoons
    of onion for each patty you want to cook (generously spray with non−stick
    spray like Pam first) The onions should only be "one deep" if you will.
    Immediately place frozen patty directly on top of onions and press down.
    Cook for about 4 minutes right on top of the onions. The holes in the beef
    will allow the steam to cook the top side. (You don't flip)
    Add a dash of salt and a pinch of pepper to each patty while they cook.
    Remove and place on UNTOASTED buns.

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    Default Re: White Castle Sliders

    I am going to try these, we LOVE them, but Whities is alittle out of out way.
    Hope Everyone Is Enjoying The Day. Best Wishes From MN ~ Pamela

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    Default Re: White Castle Sliders

    Thanks so much for this recipe. We love these and they are expensive at the grocery store and we don't have a White Castle anywhere near us. I have made just plain sliders but this will be much much easier
    Barb in West Virginia

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    Default Re: White Castle Sliders

    We always bought these by the bagful. No White Castle near me now - so, to bring back old memories - I'm going to make my own bagful.

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    THought I'd post a response since no responses had actually already made them. Had them tonight - they're great. I actually made my own buns so they'd be the right size.
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    Default Re: White Castle Sliders

    Sounds like something my family would love, I have to give it a try.

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    Default Re: White Castle Sliders

    Love the idea to put holes in the parties. Will make this.

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    Default Re: White Castle Sliders

    you can roll the ground beef onto a cookie sheet and then cut them.

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