See The Thanksgiving Menu Item Now At White Castle

White Castle is continuing a tradition it started back in 1991 and adding to its list of Thanksgiving stuffing slider recipes.

By Brian Scheid | Published

When waking up on Thanksgiving morning, our minds start fantasizing about the incredible home-cooked food we are going to be feasting on that day. It’s a day filled with family traditions that were started by prior generations which we will uphold regardless of the cost. Whether your family is all about the football game or the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade there is one commonality all families share and that is dinner will be the best meal of the year, and White Castle wants to be a part of your family’s festivities with its White Castle stuffing recipe.

With your traditional family Thanksgiving dinner headlining the holiday’s events menu it is important to remember that it is not the only game in town. White Castle began a yearly tradition back in 1991 when they debuted their Stuffing Slider original recipe. It was another way to help you turn their tiny bite-sized delicious burgers made famous by the 2004 film Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle into a foundational piece of your family’s traditional meal.

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White Castle Stuffing Slider

Each year they release a new spin on their stuffing and last year featured two twists on the recipe which were the Bacon Jalapeño Cheese Slider stuffing and a Southwestern Jalapeño Cheese Slider stuffing. This year’s addition to the 78 stuffing recipes on the White Castle website is the Kickin’ Southwestern Stuffin’ Muffins. Packed into these bite-size muffins are corn, green onions, chili powder, a variety of peppers, cheese, and of course Jalapeños.

According to Food & Wine “Jalapeño Cheese Sliders, which can be purchased fresh from White Castle restaurants or frozen from retail stores across the U.S.” The recipe takes a mere five-to-ten minutes of prep time and cooks for 25 minutes resulting in about 18 servings — which feels like a lot of stuffing bang for your buck.” White Castles is extremely humble in their approach to having its fare be an addition to your traditional meal and not a replacement for any of those food choices. So not only is it an inexpensive addition to your family feast but it is easy to prepare, which is a load off the chef’s shoulders.

That leaves more time to watch the parade or the football game for Mom, Dad, Auntie, Uncle, Grandpa, Grandma or whoever is the chef of the day in your family. Plus, for all the procrastinators in the world who waited too long to go purchase the ingredients to make those dishes. This is an easy remedy when the grocery store is out of that stuffing ingredient you need.

If you are a fan of White Castle this is a can’t-miss addition to bringing a little of that White Castle magic to your Thanksgiving holiday. You never know one of your future descendants might be scurrying around town searching for the nearest White Castle location, so they can purchase their Great, Great, Great, Grandparent’s White Castle stuffing because it’s been a tradition in their family for hundreds of years. They always say to try to set the trend and this may be your opportunity to do so.