Mom's Taco Sliders

Neens from Ono Yum
Meet the Chef!
Neens from Ono Yum
Neens grew up in the island-style communities of San Diego. Far from Hawaii, but close to plate lunch, surfing and ukulele jammin, Neens is the creator of the Musubi Map and the I Love Poke Festival, both vehicles that reflect his passion for all things Hawaiian. He was raised on local-style home cooking thanks to his Mom, Gles, also known as the Filipina Betty Crocker. This recipe is one of Neens’ favorite dishes that he grew up eating, courtesy of his Mom. Thanks, Mom!
Recipe Details

1 pound 90% lean ground beef

1 (1 ounce) package Lawry's taco seasoning

2-3 slices Cheddar cheese, each slice cut into 4's

8 ounces sour cream

2 small Tomatoes

lettuce, shredded

1 bottle La Victoria Salsa (or your favorite hot sauce)

1 jar Jalapenos (optional for that extra kick)

1 package KING'S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls

Step 1
Add taco seasoning evenly to 1lb ground beef and blend by hand well. Continue to make 8-10 slider patties. Yield depends on how big you like your patties to be.
Step 2
Grill your patties over medium to high heat, cooking them to your preference.
Step 3
Toward the end of your patties grilling, add a slice of cheese to each patty and let melt. At this time you can also use the other side of your grill to toast your KING’S HAWAIIAN rolls over indirect heat. If indirect heat is not an option, keep a very close eye on your rolls as they will toast fairly quickly over direct heat!
Step 4
Build your sliders in this order: Bottom roll, hot sauce, slider patty with cheese, sour cream, lettuce, tomato and jalapeno (if you want it spicy).

Neens from Ono Yum says:

You don’t have to use the whole packet of seasoning. If you like things a little lighter and less salty, use less of the packet.

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