Bacon Bullet Sliders

Yes, the long awaited bacon bullet sliders! One of my favorite little heart attacks waiting to happen recipes. I apologize for not having a photo of the finished product but we ate them all before I could get a shot of one.

Serves: approximately 4 people
Chef Ginzu Difficulty Level (1 blade = easy; 5 blades = very difficult): 3 blades


  • 1 pound Ground Pork
  • 1 tbsp Basil
  • 1 tbsp Oregano
  • ½  tbsp Garlic Powder
  • ½ tbsp. Onion Powder
  • ½ tbsp. Paprika
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • ½ tbsp. Pepper
  • BBQ Spices
  • BBQ Sauce
  • ½ package Bacon cooked (I use maple flavored bacon)
  • 1 slice bacon per/slider
  • Slider Buns


  1. Place ground pork in a bowl and mix in basil, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, salt and pepper. Mix well (I mush it all together with my hands)
  2. Cook up about ½ of a package of maple bacon and then let cool and dice the bacon into bits
  3. Make a small patty out of the ground pork mixture (if you have a slider form, those work well too)
  4. Sprinkle the bbq seasoning/spices onto the patty
  5. Add some cooked bacon
  6. Add some bbq sauce (just about a teaspoon worth or so)
  7. Make another small patty the same size as the first one and place this ontop of the other patty
  8. Seal off the sides so you have 1 nice stuffed patty
  9. Take a slice of your raw bacon and slice it down the middle the long way to create 2 thin slices
  10. Wrap one of the slices around the patty
  11. Wrap the second slice the opposite way around the patty (so they cross each other now)
  12. Heat up your grill and wrap the patties in tinfoil – I use a special slider/meatball holder for the grill but you can wrap them individually as well
  13. Cook on low with the grill cover down about 20 minutes
  14. If you are serving right away, unwrap the patties and cook right on the grill till the bacon is crispy – NOTE: You will want to constantly turn and flip the sliders to keep them from burning and drying out
  15. Serve on a slider bun
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