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Grilled Cheese Sliders

Sliders provide the whole taste and juiciness of a burger or sandwich into a small bite. In this episode, we present three varieties of grilled cheese sliders to choose from—regular, club, and breakfast. It’s perfect for breakfast or an appetizer for a celebration. Adding more ingredients could make the sliders more delectable, such as mayo, mustard, veggies, or even more cheese! Just make sure it’s still according to your taste because it is always better when you make it yourself.

Anyways, coming right up! Here we have Juliana and Jeremiah with our fresh and hot Grilled Cheese Sliders!



Ingredients:

  • Hawaiian Rolls

  • 1 butter stick, melted

  • Cheese slices:

  • American

  • Cheddar

  • Pepper Jack

  • Deli meats:

  • Ham

  • Turkey

  • Bacon

  • Fried egg

Directions:

  1. Set pan to medium heat.

  2. Slice the Hawaiian rolls in half. Spread melted butter on the inside of the bread and cook inside out. The inside of the bread should face down the pan.


a. Regular slider:

3.a. Add two American cheese slices.

4.a. On another bread, repeat the same procedure by smearing melted butter and placing it

at the top.

5.a. Flip until brown then remove from pan.


b. Club Slider:

3.b. Place a layer of American cheese, two pieces of ham, turkey, and bacon

4.b. On another bread, repeat the same procedure by smearing melted butter and placing it

at the top.

5.b. Flip until brown then remove from pan.


c. Breakfast Slider:

3.c. Add cheddar cheese, fried egg, bacon, ham, and pepper jack cheese.

4.c. On another bread, repeat the same procedure by smearing melted butter and placing it

at the top.

5.c. Flip until brown then remove from pan.


6. Cut the bread into quarters to turn into slides.

7. Serve while hot, Enjoy!


Download recipe here.

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