Laughter is brightest where food is best
~ Irish Proverb
For a hearty dish that will put smiles on their faces, this recipe for corned beef sliders does the trick. Using a 12-pack of dinner rolls you can easily whip up some craft sliders. They’re mini. They’re melted. And they’ll be gone almost as fast as they arrived! 🍀🍀🍀
A client gifted me this recipe so in similar fashion I’m sharing it with you – perfect for St. Patrick’s Day gatherings, game day or just because.
To Prepare: About 20 minutes
To Bake: 15-20 minutes
❤ I recently scored a Misto – this gourmet oil-vinegar-juice sprayer is a great way to use less oil when cooking. Check it out! So if using the Misto you can dial back the 2 Tablespoons of oil (below) to just a few sprays to evenly coat your onions before sautéing.
❤ Lover of the green? Make sure and check out some of my other St. Patrick’s Day recipes!
2 Tablespoons | Olive Oil
1 | Yellow Onion, Thinly Sliced
8 Ounces | Fresh Mushrooms, Thinly Sliced
To Taste | Kosher Salt and Fresh Cracked Pepper
12 | King’s Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls
1/4 Pound | Corned Beef, Thinly Sliced
12 | Aged Swiss Cheese, Sliced
What To Do:
0. Preheat your oven to 375°F.
1. Warm a medium-sized skillet or pan over medium-high heat. Add your olive oil. Add the sliced onion and sauté them, stirring until they’re soft. Add the mushrooms, salt, and pepper and continue cooking until everything looks nice and done. Remove from heat to rest.
2. While the onions are resting, grease a baking dish or pan. Horizontally cut the sheet of dinner rolls and arrange only the bottom halves into your baking dish.
3. Place a layer or two of the corned beef on top of the roll bottoms – it’s OK if the beef overlaps from slider-to-slider as you can easily cut them apart after they bake. Top the beef with your onion mixture and then top that with your cheese. Hungry yet? :)
4. Place the roll tops on top of the cheese and bake everything for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and gooey.
5. To serve – Remove the sliders from the oven let them rest a few minutes. Separate them with a knife and serve them from the baking dish or plate them. If entertaining “party style” you can transfer them to a pre-warmed hotplate and let your guests enjoy them as they leisurely mingle. I like these best served warm but even served at room temperature the melty-meaty-cheesy combination is quite nice.
Yields 12 delicious sliders. I enjoyed mine two at a time!
~ Joe Paul Reider
Home Style Austin Founder
Keller Williams Realty
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