These Adobo Sliders are perfect to serve during the Superbowl. The patties are flavored with adobo sauce and garnished with some homemade pickled vegetables.
We had these Adobo Sliders as part of our last meal of 2018. It's made with homemade pandesal (Filipino Milk Bread) and the patties are flavored with garlicky adobo sauce. We also topped them off with atchara (pickled vegetables) and fresh cilantro.
It thought it would be perfect to serve during the Superbowl. They are mini and not so messy. You can also just leave out all the components and have your guests build their own Adobo Sliders.
For the pandesal I used a recipe from The Little Epicurean. I am the worst at baking bread and these turned out so soft and fluffy I just had to share it with the world. You can also use some mini burger buns or hawaiian soft rolls. However I highly recommend making your own pandesal. You will feel so proud of yourself.
For the atchara, you can use the recipe that I used in my Vegan Burger with Longanisa Mayo. We like putting slices of garlic in it for that extra kick.
For the patties, we mixed in the Filipino Adobo trifecta of coconut aminos (I use this instead of soy sauce), apple cider vinegar and garlic. Then we formed mini patties and fried them in a little bit of olive oil.
Now you just lay it all out for the masses and they can build and eat whenever they please. It also gives those people who are only there for the food something to do during game time or at least until half time.
For the Pandesal use The Little Epicurean's Recipe. If you don't want to make your own bread you can just buy a dozen mini burger buns or hawaiian rolls
For the Atchara using my recipe I have linked below
For the Adobo Patties
- 1 Pound Grass Fed Beef, or Chicken or Pork
- ¼ Cup Coconut Aminos
- 2 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
- 1 Tablespoon Diced Garlic
- Salt and Pepper To Taste
- 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
Garnishes and Condiments
- 1 Cup Cilantro Leaves
Make the Adobo Patties
- In a large bowl place all the ingredients in except for the olive oil. Mix well and form into 8 equal mini patties.
- Heat up a skillet on high heat. Sear each side of the pattie for 1 to 2 minutes each depending on how you like your burgers done.
- Place the patties on a platter along side the buns, atchara, cilantro and mayo. Have your guests build their own perfect Adobo Sliders.
Enjoy these burgers as much as we have and when you do make it don't forget to let me know! I love to see what you have made. @rezelkealoha