“ This slider recipe combines both ground beef and Andouille sausage to form the perfect, bite-sized patty. Top it with spicy creole mayo and sweet caramelized onions and you have a slider straight from the Louisiana bayou. Raychel, Recipe Hunter ”
- Andouille Sausage
- Black Pepper
- Creole Seasoning
- Ground Beef
- Hot Sauce
- Olive Oil
- Slider Buns
- Worcestershire Sauce
Getting everyone to sit down for a full meal in the summer can sometimes be a hassle, but that’s where finger food comes in. Easy, convenient, and delicious, andouille slider burgers are the perfect meal to serve on those hot days when you don’t feel like spending hours on the grill but still want a quick meal to get everyone in the same place. These two-meat sliders are a combination of Andouille sausage, known for its smoked flavor, and ground beef. The patties are then layered with sweet caramelized onions and spicy creole mayo, classic southern staples, which play up the flavors of the smoked Andouille. This spicy-sweet dish is brought full-force with the addition of melty muenster cheese and fresh arugula. Just fire up the grill and throw on these mini patties—in minutes, the platter will be empty and guests will be licking creole mayo from their fingers.
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