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Perfect for feeding a crowd, my French Onion & Asiago Beef Sliders will win game night! Slider rolls are filled with tender roast beef, caramelized onions and sharp Asiago cheese then topped with melted Chef Shamy Gourmet French Onion Butter and baked to melty, golden perfection. (Thanks to Chef Shamy Gourmet for sponsoring this post and providing me with several of their delicious butters to taste!).
Sliders have quickly become one of my favorite things to make when having company over. They are fun for the kids (mini sized!) and you can really play around with the flavors. I was inspired by Chef Shamy’s French Onion Butter when I created these Caramelized Onion & Asiago Roast Beef Sliders. Asiago cheese is so delicious and nutty and it really blends well with the beef.
I used the French Onion Butter to caramelize the onions in the first step of this recipe. Caramelizing the onions adds a subtle sweetness to these sandwiches. The process takes a little longer but it’s oh so worth it.
You can chop them or leave them in bigger pieces like I did; it’s completely a personal preference. Once they are nice and golden brown, add the meat and some beef broth and Worcestershire sauce. and let that beautiful mess simmer for several minutes to let the flavors blend. There will be some liquid still in the pan, so be sure to use a slotted spoon or tongs to remove the meat and add it to the slider buns. While there’s tons of flavor in those juices, you don’t want them leaving your sliders a soggy mess!
If you like, reserve the liquid for dipping the sliders in later!
Stuff all the meaty goodness, topped with a generous amount of fresh Asiago cheese, between the slider buns. Brush the tops with some melted French Onion Butter (the same butter you used to cook the onions – this stuff is so versatile!) and sprinkle on some more Asiago and some fresh chopped parsley.
A little tip for getting the shredded cheese on top – use a microplane and grate right over the top just like they do in restaurants! The cheese is evenly distributed and doesn’t get stuck together in your hands!
And then watch that butter and cheese turn to melty, golden brown perfection!
So why Chef Shamy Gourmet Butter? Well, for starters, it tastes GOOD. This French Onion Butter was the second of their flavors that I tried and I am totally hooked. It’s got notes of sweet onion and chives plus a creamy nuttiness from the fresh grated Asiago cheese. But you have to read the story behind the brand, that started with the gift of garlic butter. They only use real butter and no GMOs, oils, or margarines. There are several flavors to choose from, like Cinnamon Brown Sugar Honey Butter, Parmesan Basil Garlic Butter, and more!
Want to know how you can get your hands on Chef Shamy Butters? You can find them doing road shows at Sam’s Club (find dates on their website), and they are also available for purchase at Bristol Farms and on Amazon. And be sure to check them out on Facebook and Instagram!
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