Mushroom Swiss Burger Recipe: these homemade sliders are easy to make and a real crowd pleaser, the perfect combination of flavours.
Try our Mushroom Swiss Burger Recipe. We love these mushroom Swiss sliders, because they’re something a little different then your everyday burger. They are perfect for a party, and guests always love them.
My favourite way to make these is as mushroom Swiss sliders. They’re a perfect few bites. Why is everything mini size just so much yummier? Enjoy a few mini burgers, or opt for the regular size.
Perfect For A Party
We love these for a party. Unlike your average burger were everyone has there own preference of toppings, these guys come with the perfect combo of mushrooms, Swiss cheese, and sauce so there’s no need to worry about having to fuss with the ketchup, mustard, or relish. Leave the traditional condiments aside. Not having to worry about everyone dressing their own burger makes these absolutely perfect for passing at a party. Add a cute cocktail stick to hold them all together and serve with mini containers of potatoes chips for the perfect combo.
Easy To Make
We’ve kept these burgers really easy to make. You’ll get all the benefit of homemade burgers, in terms of taste and freshness, but none of the hassle. We’re using a package of onion soup mix for all our spices and it’s the simple short cut that makes these homemade burger patties so simple to make.
If you’re making them for a party make the patties up ahead of time and keep in the fridge until you’re ready to cook them.
Choosing Your Beef
You can use lean, extra lean, or medium ground beef in this recipe, whatever your preferred ground beef is. Keep in mind that fat adds flavour. We choose a medium for ours and they were delicious and moist.
Forming Your Patties
Making homemade burger patties results in great tasting burgers. They’re fresh and delicious, and you will definitely notice a difference from store-bought frozen ones. They are worth the little bit more extra effort. Keep in mind when you’re forming them that they will shrink slightly when they cook, especially if you use a ground beef with a higher fat content like medium. Make them a little larger than your buns for the best results, and don’t make them too thick, or they’ll end up looking more like meat balls than burger patties once they’re cooked.
This easy mushroom topping takes these little sliders to the next level. There’s nothing complicated here to worry about, just tons of flavour!
We love the classic and inexpensive white mushrooms for this recipe, but you can always experiment with different kinds of mushrooms here. Use your favourite, or try a combination. You can’t really go wrong with fried mushrooms!
We love added some caramelized onions too. The onions add some sweetness and are a great addition.
There’s nothing like a great condiment to take a dish to the next level. Every great burger needs a little sauce to elevate it. We landed on classic HP sauce. It’s so great used here to add a little tang. It’s such a rich sauce that a little goes a long way. This sauce always reminds me of my childhood, since it was a favourite of my dad’s growing up. There’s a reason it’s a classic it adds so much to these burgers.
Other Sauce Options
Looking for some other sauce options for the mushroom Swiss sliders? Mayo is a great choice too. It adds some creaminess and would be a delicious choice. Even better would be a garlic mayo or garlic aioli. And if you wanted to add some spice, a spicy mayo would work well here too.
Another great option would be your favourite bbq sauce. Add smoke or sweetness to the burger with your favourite.
We opted for broiche buns for our burgers and they’re the perfect choice. They’re soft and slightly sweet, and work really well for this recipe. Look for the slider size at the grocery store.
If you want to you could toast the brioche buns as well. Spread each side with a little butter and place on the grill for few minutes, or in a frying pan until just toasted and serve hot.
A grilled burger is always a better burger. It adds that smokey charred taste that we love when we think about burgers. And if it’s the right time of year, cooking the burgers on bbq will differently be a great choice for these. For the mushroom and onion topping, you can cook it ahead of time in a frying pan inside, use a sider burner on your bbq if you have one, or use your frying pan on the grill. Which ever you prefer.
But if you don’t have access to a bbq, feel free to cook these in a frying pan. They will still be delicious.
- 1lb ground beef
- 1 pkg onion soup mix
- 1 egg
- brioche mini buns
- 8 oz mushrooms, sliced
- 1 onion, sliced
- 1 tbsp butter
- 1tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp pepper
- 8 slices Swiss cheese
- 3 tbsp HP steak sauce
- Combine the ground beef, onion soup mix, and egg in a large mixing bowl, and combine.. Form into about 8 mini slider patties.
- Melt butter in a large frying pan and add sliced mushrooms, sliced onion, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper. Cook over a medium heat, until the onions are translucent and the mushrooms are cooked.
- Grill the slider patties on the bbq or cook in a large frying pan over medium heat. Once fully cooked, add a slice of swiss cheese so it can melt.
- To assemble the mushroom Swiss sliders, cut open a brioche bun, add the burger, top with sautéed mushrooms and onions, and add about a tsp of HP steak sauce or to taste. Enjoy
Not a fan of HP sauce? Try using bbq sauce or mayo instead.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 356Total Fat: 23gSaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 117mgSodium: 521mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 26g
With these delicious Mushroom Swiss sliders, life really is a party!
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