Every year for my Halloween party, I bring out something hot a few hours into the party as it is always held at night around dinner time. Snacks and sweets are all fun and good but something you just want something hot. And these Devilish Roulette sliders are such a fun, easy vegetarian idea. These sliders are filled with seasoned refried beans, melted cheese, sour cream and crunchy corn chips (seriously, if you've never had corn chips in a slider or burger, I'll wait while you get one together, it's EPIC). I assemble the sliders ahead of time and then bake them in the oven for 10 minutes and then fill with corn chips and sour cream. The idea behind these sliders is that there is one slider out of the 12 that has a hot chilli in it. Each bite is a crunchy, creamy delicious taste sensation. And for one lucky or unlucky person it is spicy AF too!
Mexican Roulette Sliders
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1 cup grated tasty cheese or 6 slices cut into quarters
60g/2ozs packet corn chips
100g/3.5ozs sour cream
1 small red chilli
Black pitted olives and green stuffed olives to decorate
Step 1 - Place the refried beans into a small saucepan and add the taco seasoning mix, tomato paste and cumin. Stir and heat through.
Step 2 - Take a baking dish that fits all 12 buns in snugly. Slice each bun in half and brush the butter on the cut side. Spread with the refried bean mixture. Add some cheese (I cut each slice of cheese in quarters and place two quarters on the bun). Place lid on and place in the baking dish and repeat adding the small red chilli in one of them (keep note of where it is). Brush the tops of the buns with remaining butter and add black sesame seeds if desired. Cover with foil and bake for 10 minutes until cheese is melted.
Step 3 - While it is baking cut up olives for spiders. Cut each pitted olive in half and then cut out eight legs. Slice stuffed green olives into "eyes". When the sliders are warmed up, lift off the top and pipe the sour cream into each one and add a couple of corn chips. Add spiders and eyes and serve. Watch out if there are any kids or chilli phobes so that they don't get the chilli when serving.