1 Pound Ground Beef
1 Tsp. Garlic Powder
1 Tsp. Onion Powder
1/2 Tsp. Sea Salt
1/2 Tsp. Ground Black Pepper
1 Package King’s Hawaiian Sweet Bread Rolls
6 Slices American Cheese
1/4 Cup Butter, Melted
1 Tsp. Sesame Seeds
Carefully remove the rolls from the package without separating them.
Cut the sheet of rolls horizontally in half.
Place the bottom half in a baking sheet.
Cook the ground beef with the spices in a skillet until crumbly.
Spread ground beef evenly on top of the rolls.
Place the cheese slices over the ground beef.
Place the top of the rolls over the cheese.
Mix the sesame seeds with the melted butter and brush on top of the rolls.
Bake in 375 degree oven for 20 minutes.
Remove from oven and slice along the roll seams. Serve hot with ketchup for dipping.
If you want to freeze them or refrigerate leftovers place them in freezer safe containers. Microwave frozen sliders for 4-5 minutes. Microwave refrigerated sliders for 2 minutes.
A salad can be warming too
The weather may have started to become more on the wet and cold side than we experienced over the summer, but people are still enjoying the delights of a nice salad and you will still see a Saladette Counter in use in many restaurants and catering firms. If you are looking for something similar then pop along to www.fridgefreezerdirect.co.uk/commercial-refrigeration-brands/i-l/interlevin/interlevin-esa900-refrigerated-saladette-counter to see what they have to offer.
There is a way to enjoy the healthy tastes of a salad but add some warmth for the colder days – the warm salad and here are some recipe ideas for you.
Warm Greens with Salmon
Instead of opting for your standard lettuce leaves to form the base of your salad take a look at the other leafy greens that are available such as kale and spinach and sauté these in a little oil and add some pepper and seasonings of your choice and serve them along with a griddled salmon fillet for a healthy, warm salad option.
Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Salad
Serve yourself a nice bowl of your favourite greens whether these are lettuce leaves with a mixture
1. Almond and Soya Milk Smoothie
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: no cooking time
Almond Flakes – 100g
Soya Milk – 750ml
Honey – 150g
Whole almonds – 350g
Banana – 200g
In a mixer jar, take whole almonds without skin, add soya milk, honey and banana in it. Blend it and garnish with roasted almonds flakes.
Tip: Add a berry flavour as per availability to enhance flavour.
Total fat 240.6g
Vitamin E 118.5mg
2. Almond, oranges and Roast Pumpkin salad
Preparation time: 50 minutes
Cooking time: no cooking time
Pumpkin – 50g
Fresh Orange – 50g
Mixed Lettuce – 200g
Almond Flakes – 50g
Olive oil – 25g
Honey – 10g
Mustard – 10g
Almond paste – 20g
Balsamic vinegar – 20ml
Almond slivers toasted – 30g
Cut Pumpkin into wedges and marinate it with honey, rosemary and roast it for 30-35 minutes or until cooked at 180 C.Peel fresh orange and cut into wedges. Then, in a bowl, add olive oil, honey, salt and almond paste, and balsamic. Blend