These chicken, ham, & beef sliders are just perfect for a weeknight meal, your next party, or game day snacking. Prepare enough to feed a crowd and pop them in the oven. 30 minutes to a delicious sandwich.
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Baked juicy ham, chicken or beef paired with melted cheese in soft Hawaiian rolls and brushed with melted butter!!
Fast, EASY, and a party FAVORITE!!
If you’re in need of an easy comfort-food recipe for tailgating, holiday parties, or an after-school snack that everyone loves, this recipe will please them all.
Bread for the Sliders
Hawaiian bread is one of our all-time favorite kinds of bread. This is a Holiday must have. Therefore, I already know that my family will love part of the sandwich. This small bun is just the perfect size for making sliders.
When you sliders are baked, the center will stay soft and tender, while the outside will have a crispy, buttery flavor. If you are not able to find this bread locally, you can find it here.
Types of Meat for the Sliders
Most often, I go to the deli counter at the grocery story and get a pound of thinly sliced Black Forrest Ham, Chicken, and Roast Beef.
Deli Sliced Thin Cheese
For thin sliced cheese, I get a variety. Today, it was Provolone and a Colby Jack combination.
However, you can use any cheese you like. Here are a few suggestions; Mozzarella, Guoda, Muenster, Swiss, American, Cheddar, Gruyère
Make Enough for a Crowd
While you can make just one loaf of 12 buns, if you have a crowd, you can make two 9 X 13 pans full of sliders and have 24 for just about the same amount of work and time.
Preparing the Chicken Ham & Beef Sliders
I know that some recipes call for many additions to sliders; however, my daughter complains that her hands get all messy and it is hard to eat without making a huge mess with anything else you touch.
Greasy hands are not always to nice at a party.
Therefore, this recipe just calls for melted butter brushed on top of the buns. This will give your the delicious buttery flavor and allow the buns to slightly crisp in the oven. No messy hands and all the taste.-
Types of Sauce for Sliders
Today, I used Thousand Island Dressing; however, there are so many other options. You can make the sliders plain and have your guests dip their sliders into a wide variety of sauces, or you can add them before baking like I did today. Here are some sauce ideas for you; Barbeque, Pizza Sauce, Ketchup and Mustard, Tartar Sauce, Cheese Sauce, or Pesto. Have fun finding new combinations that you and your guests will love!
Chicken Ham & Beef Sliders
- 2 12-count Hawaiian Buns
- 24 Tsp. Thousand Island Dressing
- 1 Lb. Thin Sliced Ham
- 1 Lb. Thin Sliced Beef
- 1 Lb. Thin Sliced Chicken
- 12 Slices Provolone Cheese
- 12 Slices Colby Jack cheese
- 1/2 Cup Butter Melted
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray 2, 9 X 13 Cake Pans with oil so the melted cheese does not stick.
- Cut the buns in half and place the bottom halves in the pans. 1-12 count package per pan.
- Place 1 Tsp. of the Thousand Island Dressing on each bun.
- In each pan, I made 4 ham, 4 chicken, and 4 beef sliders. This way, I could serve guests right out of the baking dish. It is an easy way to keep everything warm and low-stress for everyone.
- Add a slice of your desired cheese to each slider.
- Top with the bun. Brush tops of each bun with the melted butter.
- Bake for 30 minutes until the bun tops are turning golden and crispy and the cheese is all melty. Enjoy!
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