Recipe: King’s Hawaiian Sausage Sliders

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Sliders

King’s Hawaiian Sausage Sliders. These were heated at 350 degrees which got them a bit brown; I recommend 325 degrees.

King’s Hawaiian Rolls are like regular dinner rolls, but slightly SWEET. I couldn’t resist making sliders from the new four-packs which are just right for a couple’s meal or a single hungry haole. This King’s Hawaiian Sausage Sliders recipe is delicious, but it’s as much a technique as a recipe; please invent your own slider hacks with these adaptable grease pillows.

1 or more onions, peeled and sliced into rings
1 T olive oil
King’s Hawaiian Rolls, 4-pack (expand the recipe if using larger size)
1/2 lb Jones Dairy Farm Breakfast sausage, sliced into patties and pressed to a size to fit the rolls
8 dill pickle slices
4 slices of your preferred cheese (I used American, because it was on sale)

King's Hawaiian Rolls

Adorable four-pack of King’s Hawaiian Rolls

Method: preheat oven to 300 degrees. Sauté the onion in olive oil over very low heat till caramelized, 45 minutes or so. Cook the sausage in a skillet over low/medium heat till there is no pink in the center.

Assemble the sliders by cutting the rolls in half crosswise, so there is a top and bottom bun. Squirt a bit of mustard on the lower bun, add a round of sausage, then some cheese, then some pickle, then some onion, with a squirt of mayo on the top. Press down lightly to keep the ingredients in place then transfer to a cookie sheet. Heat in 300 degree oven till cheese is melted, about 25 minutes. (For extra unctuousness wrap the sliders loosely in aluminum foil as they cook.)


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2 Responses to Recipe: King’s Hawaiian Sausage Sliders

  1. Judith Cromwellh says:

    I’m his should have mayo on it, no ?

    • Burnt My Fingers says:

      Mayo is ok for this fusion slider. If we were hardcore White Castle it would be lubricated by the fat from the meat and fried onions, with maybe a whisper of yellow mustard.

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