I grew up eating White Castle sliders. Ooh they were the best. Probably not the best for my stomach as I learned when I went back home to Chicago for a visit. My stomach sure aged. It was worth it though.

A bag of sliders. The absolute best. I missed being able to have them. Didn't know moving to Texas would start that drought for me. It was so sad. Trips to Vegas help too. I can get White Castle on the Strip as well. I know you can get sliders in the freezer section but they are just not the same.

credit: Melissa Bartlett, TSM
credit: Melissa Bartlett, TSM
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So I was scrolling through Facebook and found a recipe that was intriguing to me. It was a White Castle casserole. All the goodness of a slider without making a trip out of Texas. You can check out the recipe HERE.

So I had to try it. Here is how it went. First I had to make sure I had all the ingredients. Nothing weird in the mix.

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You will need two pounds of ground beef. A box of onion soup mix. You will use both packages. A package of American cheese. Grab yourself a two pack of crescent rolls. Make sure you have pickles and mustard. That is all.

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You start with adding the two packages of onion soup mix to the ground beef and brown it. Once that is done you drain the fat. You may even take a paper towel and blot off the extra juices from the soup mix.

Now grab a 9X13 pan and spread one can of crescent rolls to the bottom. I would spray the pan first.

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Then spread the meat mixture on top.

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Take several slices of the American cheese and cover the meat mixture.

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I then chopped up plenty of dill pickles to cover the cheese. Next I drizzled mustard on top.

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credit: Melissa Bartlett, TSM
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Take the final can of crescents and spread on top.

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You are now ready to bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes. Just check until the crescents are a golden brown and the cheese is melted. That is it. You are ready to cut into squares and enjoy.

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It was great in the first serving. Oh and even better as leftovers. So give it a try next time you are craving White Castle sliders.

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