These Cuban sliders are loaded with ham, swiss cheese, and dill pickles, topped with a dijon mustard onion spread! Super easy to make and definitely a crowd pleaser!!
First of all, can I just confess my love for sliders. If you haven’t seen my previous slider recipes you can see them here.
I’m not sure what my obsession is with sliders. They’re just so much more fun than sandwiches. And it’s totally okay for me to sit and eat five sliders in a row, whereas eating five whole sandwiches in a row is just not considered normal.
These sliders are perhaps my favorite so far. The cuban! Loaded with ham, swiss cheese, dill pickle. Topped with a dijon, onion, butter spread. Baked til those wonderful little rolls are lightly toasted and the cheese is ooey gooey.
These are so easy to make, and they definitely don’t stick around for very long.
I’ve made these before for potlucks, and get togethers. I also like to make a batch of these just for us as a family to have for dinner. The leftovers keep really well in the refrigerator, and they make a lovely cold snack.
Am I the only one who likes to snack on cold leftovers? Cold pizza is a favorite of mine. But as I sit here snacking on a cold cuban slider, I’m thinking these just may beat out the pizza now.
When I make sliders I love to use Hawaiian rolls, the sweetness of the bread just adds that little extra for me. So for these I buy the big pack of 24 rolls. Cut it in half so you can just separate the top from the bottom of the rolls. They fit perfectly inside a 9×13 cake pan. Layer the meat, cheese, and pickle, and stick the top of the rolls on the top! How easy is that?
Once you have the sliders assembled, add a few ingredients (in the recipe below) to make the dijon spread and pour it over the top. Cover and bake. Voila!!
You will love how simple these are to make, but how they taste as though you just spent a lot of time working hard in the kitchen!
PS..Scroll down for a video after the recipe that shows how to make them !!
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