Hawaiian Roll Cheeseburger Sliders cooks perfectly on the Blackstone Griddle. These sliders are cheesy, meaty and full of flavor with simple ingredients.
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Hawaiian Roll Cheeseburger Sliders Recipe:
If you love making a classic burger, then you are going to love these Cheeseburger Mini Burgers. These sliders are quick and easy to prepare and made with simple ingredients.
Hawaiian Roll Sliders make the perfect family gathering meal. Placing the rectangle shape ground beef on the griddle takes just a few minutes to cook. Top the ground beef with cheese and place on Hawaiian Rolls for a delicious meal idea.
Add your favorite sides to complete this easy slider recipe. You might also like Blackstone Smash Burger Sliders.
- Ground Beef (80/20)
- Hawaiian Rolls (12 count)
- American Cheese
How to Make Cheeseburger Sliders on Blackstone Griddle:
- Step 1 – Heat Griddle – Preheat the Blackstone grill over medium high heat (approximately 450 degrees F).
- Step 2 – Cut Hawaiian Rolls – Cut the Hawaiian rolls in half lengthwise.
- Step 3 – Prepare Ground Beef – Then form the ground beef into a large rectangle. Roughly the size of the Hawaiian rolls that is approximately ¼ inch thick.
- Step 4 – Butter Griddle – Place the butter on the grill and use a spatula to spread it out. Then place the beef directly on the grill over the buttered area.
- Step 5 – Press Ground Beef on griddle – Place a large sheet of parchment paper on top of the beef. Gently press the beef down with either a burger press or a spatula.
- Step 6 – Season Ground Beef – Remove the parchment paper and season the beef with salt and pepper.
- Step 7 – Cook Ground Beef – Allow the beef to cook for 2-3 minutes per side until browned. Cook until the beef is cooked through. You will know that the beef is ready to flip when juices start to pool on top. The outsides of the beef start to brown then is ready to flip.
- Step 8 – Toast Rolls – Place the Hawaiian rolls onto the grill. Place cut side down, for a few minutes to toast the rolls. Remove the rolls from the grill.
- Step 9 – Top with Cheese – Cover the top of the beef with the American cheese slices.
- Step 10 – Place beef on rolls – Once the cheese has melted, remove the beef and place it on the Hawaiian rolls.
- Step 11 – Cut and Serve – Use a knife to cut apart the sliders. Then they are ready to serve and enjoy.
Slider Topping Ideas:
You can easily top them with your favorite sauces or toppings.
- Bacon – Make Bacon Cheeseburger Sliders for a delicious option.
- Sauce – Before placing the top of the bun on the cheeseburger, add ketchup, mustard or mayonnaise.
- Pickles – Top the sliders with slice pickles before serving the sliders.
- Lettuce – Add green leaf lettuce or ice berg lettuce before serving.
Substitutions and Variations:
- Cheese – We love making mini cheeseburgers as you can change the cheese to what you prefer. Add a slice of cheddar cheese or pepper jack cheese for an kick to your burgers.
- Lean Ground Beef – We used ground beef in this recipe, but you can use ground turkey. You can mix ground beef and ground turkey together if you prefer.
- Topping – Brush the tops of the buns with melted butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
- Rolls – We love the flavor of Hawaiian Rolls, but you can use dinner rolls if you prefer.
- Onions – If you love grilled onions cooked in your ground beef, cook some dice onions on the griddle. You can then add them to your ground beef or add as a topping before serving.
Tips for Making Hawaiian Roll Hamburger Sliders:
- Melting Cheese – Leave the ground beef on the griddle topped with cheese for a few minutes or until cheese is melted.
- Shaping Ground Beef – Shape your ground beef in a thin layer in a rectangle shape. It does not have to be perfect just make it about the same size as your Hawaiian rolls.
- Burger Sliders – We recommend serving cooking and serving immediately so the rolls do not get soggy.
- Cheese – These Sliders can easily be made without cheese if you prefer. My son does not like cheese, so I usually make half without cheese.
What to Serve with Sliders:
- French Fries on Blackstone – Blackstone recipes has become my favorite way to make dinner. These Blackstone French Fries are the perfect side dish and come out perfectly crispy every time.
- Blackstone Smashed Tator Tots – Blackstone Smashed Tator Tots is a fun way to serve tator tots. The Frozen Tater Tots go directly on the griddle and then are smashed to make a yummy side dish.
- Blackstone Zucchini and Squash – Zucchini on Blackstone Griddle is one of our favorite ways to make this vegetable. Using out Blackstone Griddle has been so fun to make our favorite recipes.
How to Make Cheeseburger Sliders on Stovetop:
We make these on the Blackstone grill. But you can also make them on a griddle or a cast iron skillet as well.
- Prepare the ground beef by shaping into a rectangle shape.
- Season and place on a griddle or a cast iron skillet. The cast iron skillet is similar to cooking on the Blackstone.
- Cook until the ground beef is cooked thoroughly.
- Place the bottom buns of Hawaiian rolls on a baking sheet.
- Place prepared ground beef on the bottom bun and top with cheese.
- Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or until cheese is melted.
How to Store Leftovers:
Refrigerate the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days. These sliders make an easy lunch the next day.
To reheat the slider, place on a microwave safe dish and reheat for about 15 seconds. Serve with your favorite side for a delicious lunch the next day.
Print Recipe here for Hawaiian Roll Cheeseburger Sliders:
Hawaiian Roll Cheeseburger Sliders
- Preheat the Blackstone grill over medium high heat (approximately 450 degrees F).
- Cut the Hawaiian rolls in half lengthwise. Then form the ground beef into a large rectangle roughly the size of the Hawaiian rolls that is approximately ¼ inch thick.
- Place the butter on the grill and use a spatula to spread it out. Then place the beef directly on the grill over the buttered area. Place a large sheet of parchment paper on top of the beef and gently press the beef down with either a burger press or a spatula. Remove the parchment paper and season the beef with salt and pepper.
- Allow the beef to cook for 2-3 minutes per side until browned and the beef is cooked through. You will know that the beef is ready to flip when juices start to pool on top and the outsides of the beef start to brown.
- Place the Hawaiian rolls onto the grill, cut side down, for a few minutes to toast the rolls. Remove the rolls from the grill.
- Cover the top of the beef with the American cheese slices. Once the cheese has melted, remove the beef and place it on the Hawaiian rolls.
- Use a knife to cut apart the sliders and then they are ready to serve and enjoy!
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