Amazing Recipe for Mushroom Swiss Sliders!
Finally, experience a quick & easy way to make mushroom Swiss sliders for your family’s lunch. You love ’em! Now, you can make ’em! Just scroll down and go through the recipe and directions and you’ll be eating these delicious beef sandwiches today.
The way I discovered this mushroom and Swiss sliders recipe I got here was from more than one interconnected but ultimate activities. After buying a cheeseburger at a neighborhood restaurant, I decided to make that into a pasta.
I took the fundamental ingredients of a cheeseburger, created my own specific cheese sauce and viola!, I developed a cheeseburger pasta.
“I Don’t Normally Like Mushrooms, But…”
Truth be told, I don’t like mushrooms. But after ONE bite I declared these to be the best sliders I have ever eaten. They are THAT GOOD.
The Hamburger Slider Part
- Ground Beef: I like to go with about 80/20. But, you could use a leaner version if you prefer.
- Seasonings: Worcestershire, Lawry’s, Salt, Pepper, and McCormick Hamburger
Round out the seasonings for this slider recipe. If you don’t have hamburger seasoning, you could mix together onion powder (or toasted onion flakes), black pepper, chili pepper, sugar, and garlic for a similar effect.
- Yellow Onion: You could use Red onion too if you wanted, but I like the sweet flavor of the yellow onion.
- Garlic: I like to use fresh garlic, but feel free to use the garlic powder too if you are out.
- Oil: When cooking burgers, we tend to favor canola oil, but you could also use butter or olive oil.
Now, Let’s Make the Cheese Sauce
For the Cheese Sauce
- Beef Broth
- Swiss Cheese
- Salt and Pepper
Finish Up With The Slider
- Kings Hawaiian Rolls – I like to use the Hawaiian rolls for the bun in this Swiss slider recipe. These buns are perfectly sweet, but not so much that they pair nicely with the seasoned butter on the outside.
- Butter Mixture: This is what really takes the whole recipe over the top. To make the butter mixture, you will need garlic salt, salt, pepper, and sesame seeds
- Swiss Cheese Slices: I know you don’t have tons of options when it comes to Swiss cheese. But, since added two separate layers of cheese, we can go for the square, thinner version of the Swiss cheese slices. If you want extra cheesy beef sliders, you might use the thick cut version as well. Either produces a delicious burger.
Quick & Easy Directions for How to Make Swiss Sliders with Mushrooms
Yes, this seems to be a lot of trouble to make. But, I believe you’ll whiz through in no time at all. Below, find the directions for making these delicious mushroom and Swiss sliders. Keep going..
- Cut the rolls in half. Cover with Swiss cheese. (I used 6 slices, use as many as you need to fit the rolls)
- Set the bottom half in a baking dish.
- Prepare the meat, set aside.
- Prepare the cheese sauce, then add to the meat.
- Pour meat over cheese covered rolls.
- Add another layer of Swiss cheese.
- Brush butter sauce over rolls. Sprinkle with sesame seeds (optional). Cover and bake.
- Remove foil and bake a few more minutes (if needed) to get a golden brown roll.
- Brush with more butter. SERVE!
How Long Do These Beef Sliders Take to Prepare?
The prep time is around 20 minutes. Then, cooking time is about 25 minutes. So, you can eat these amazing mushroom & Swiss sliders in less than an hour!
I hope you enjoy your unique lunch. And, please comment below if you have a variation of this beef recipe. Or, just let me know if you liked the slider recipe.
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