April 03, 2018
Fresh Tomatoes, Snacks, Pork,
Vegetables, Appetizers, North American, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Skillet, Stove Top, No Eggs, Sandwiches, All Occasions more
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"The slider genre is enjoying a huge surge of popularity on recipe sites & it's easy to see why. It's easy to prepare 1-2 of them for a quick breakfast, lunch or snack. And it's even easier to prepare them in volume for an appy buffet, patio party, starter course, picnic or potluck. They're about as multi-functional as you can get. I esp like them for: 1) Helping me to exercise dessert portion control w/mini sweet treats I can pair w/a fruit/cheese platter or 2) Helping me add variety to our weekly family brunch on Sat mornings. This recipe was part of a larger TOH recipe credited to Stacy Joura of Stoneboro, PA, but I modified it to use prepared frozen mini-waffles & chose 6 servings as a compromise between the larger or smaller # of servings the recipe easily prepares. ENJOY!"
Start w/thawed mini-waffles, toast if desired & set aside. Crisp cook the 6 bacon strips. (You're done cooking)
Spread mayonnaise evenly over half of the mini-waffles. Top each w/1 strip of crisped bacon, 1 slice of tomato & torn lettuce. Add salt & black pepper to taste, cover w/the remaining mini-waffles to make your sliders & serve immediately.
NOTE -- For examples of portion control themed recipes, ck out this cookbook: https://www.recipezazz.com/recipes/book/5547.
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