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Tiny bite-sized hamburgers!
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Brown meat in large skillet. Drain.
While meat is still hot, stir in cheese to combine. Stir in mayonnaise and soup mix.
Slice rolls (*see note).
Put about 1 Tbsp. meat mixture on bottom of each roll (I use a 1 inch ice cream scoop thingy).
Cover with well drained pickle slice and top of roll. Return hamburger to the small foil pans that the rolls came in. Cover with aluminum foil. Bake 20 minutes or until warm and steamed.
Makes 40 individual “mini-sliders.” Enjoy!
*NOTE: The party rolls are available in some areas all year, and only at holidays in others. Here where I live, I can’t get them anymore at all, so I slice soft hamburger buns in fourths. You need 10 hamburger buns. After making the burgers, I put them into a disposable foil pan or my jelly roll pan. Cover with foil and bake as directed.
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