Super Sliders!

Remember when I shared the fun craft night?

Well I hosted the craft part of it, but my friend Brooke hosted it at her beautiful home and she did all the food. She made Super Sliders along with a few salads. At the end of the night, we all wanted the recipe for the super sliders after we tried them. They were so good!

It’s funny, because they are more “man food” than “craft night girl food”, but we all loved them! She sent us all home with the recipe that night, and she gave me the okay to share it here too!

(Thank you darling Brooke Huish! You are the best cook EVER! :)

So these are probably not the most healthy little sandwiches around, but they make for great party food. They have three of my favorite things: worcestershire sauce, butter and roast beef! Yum!

You start by making all the little roast beef sandwiches,

then you pour this yummy sauce all over them and bake them covered in tinfoil. After they have been baked in the sauce, the bottom of the bun gets this crust on it, that’s really good! It makes me hungry just thinking about it now.

Super Sliders (the recipe)

-Bag of Costco Rolls
-2 Packages Sliced Roast Beef
– Sliced Swiss Cheese

Sauce:
– 1 Cube Butter
– 4 Tablespoons worcestershire sauce
– 1 tsp Garlic Pepper
– 2 Tablespoons Poppyseeds/sesameseeds (or 1 of each)

Cut the rolls in half and fold one piece of roast beef in half and one piece of swiss cheese for each roll. Place into a 9×13 pan making room for 12.

Melt butter and mix all ingredients together. Brush onto rolls. The sauce makes enough for 2 pans/ 24 sandwiches. Cover pans with tinfoil and cook at 350 for 30 minutes.

Next time you host something, you’ll have to give these a try!


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Comments

  1. 1

    Yummm….yum,yum yum yum yum. You have made me starving after midnight. And what can I have? Maybe grapes. Maybe. I should just go to sleep. Or really go all out and make roastbeef right now.:)

  2. 2

    I can’t wait to try these! You had me at worcestershire.

  3. 3

    oh those look delish. i really should start cooking again more. i just don’t know where to start!! these would win over my hubby and they don’t need to be bbq’d which is usually the only menu items I think about making and i don’t know how to bbq!! thanks kami and brooke for the wonderful recipe.

  4. 4

    Yum! I love sliders and all things mini.

  5. 5

    Is the cube of butter a tablespoon or a stick? These look Fab! My boys would love them.

  6. 7

    Looks super yummy! I will be giving these a try :)

  7. 8

    so you really pour the sauce on top of the buns? They don’t get soggy???
    Just wonderin’

  8. 10

    I never would have thought to cook the buns with the sauce but they look wonderful! Definitely going to give them a try. Anything with a stick of butter has to be great, right?

  9. 11

    Wow those look good – love your recipes…you take amazing photos! I’m going to try them out for sure. Hope you are all doing well!!!!!! (I added all those !’s just for you).

  10. 12

    thanks for this! i think i’ll make these for bunco next week!

  11. 13

    These are right up my alley. YUM!
    Thanks for sharing :)

  12. 14
    melanie says:

    mmmmm… i’m going to make these next week!

    • 15
      Amanda Fleming says:

      It’s incredibly hard to please my husband because he is extremely picky, but I made these for him this evening and his exact words were “I could eat these every night!” That my friends is a home run in our house, thank you so much for the recipe!

      Thank You,

      Amanda

  13. 16

    I’m glad someone already asked if they were soggy or not….after seeing the underside of that bun….YUM!

  14. 17
    Christie says:

    Made these babies last night and they were a big hit! Thanks for the recipe!

  15. 18
    Michelle S. says:

    Quick question, at one point in the post you say to brush the sauce over the rolls and another says to pour the sauce all over it? I’m going to make these for a family reunion in a couple of days and I was just wondering if I could get clarification? I’m all about more tasty sauce being poured on them to enhance flavor but I want to double check before I soggify them. Thanks!

  16. 19
    Michelle S. says:

    Also, where did you buy your roast beef? Sadto say I’ve never made anything with roast beef before so I don’t know where is the best to buy it, presliced and packaged or have it sliced fresh at the deli and have them do it thick? Thanks again!!! I really appreciate you answering me!

    • 20

      Hi Michelle!

      I bought prepackaged roast beef, but you can have the deli slice it too. Just make sure it’s thin not thick. As for the sauce, mine (as you can see are a bit soggy, but they form a bit of a crust in the heat of the oven.

      I like them like that.

      I hope this helps. :)

  17. 21

    I don’t know what garlic pepper is, so I used garlic powder and put in some ground fresh pepper. YUMMY! These are so good. You’ve got to use a name brand worcestershire and not an off brand like a store brand because it was so much better with Lea & Perrins. I added salt to the roast beef, but other than that, no other modifications. SO GOOD

  18. 22

    Do they need to be warm for eating – or can they sit out for a few minutes and still be okay?

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