These Homemade Sliders Are Worth Every Little Bite
2024/02/14

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What's the easiest way to serve a crowd fast? It's not flipping over the grill or skewering on individual plates. It's sliders! These bite-sized sandwiches, stacked and served on small buns or rolls, are great for , outdoor gatherings, or even as a tasty snack.

A lot of The Pioneer Woman's slider recipes here start with a store-bought hack: a package of dinner rolls. Cut the whole pack of rolls in half horizontally. (Tip: A bread knife is great for slicing through the rolls without separating them.) Next, layer your favorite meats and cheeses on the bottom half of the rolls, and don't forget your toppings.

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Giving them a quick toast in the oven turns them all golden brown and crispy, and melts the cheese. Hence, an epic cheese pull!

There's a whole world of sliders to sink your teeth into: BBQ pulled pork sliders, buffalo chicken sliders, or even seafood sliders with crispy fish fillets and tangy tartar sauce. Ree Drummond's spicy whiskey BBQ sliders are what she likes to call, "drippy, diminutive, and divine." But if you're looking for a , BLT sliders are a guaranteed hit with the kids. Best of all, these pair well with all kinds of dipping sauces—like Sriracha aioli, honey-jalapeño mayo, or garlic herb butter—which adds another layer of flavor. Prepare a few of these of different varieties, and people can mix and match on their own sampler plate. Heck, you may never go back to a full-sized sandwich ever again.

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