Monday, December 15, 2014

Roast Beef and Swiss Sliders




Oh. My. Goodness! These little sandwiches are so tasty that I am adding them to my monthly menu rotation. They are super easy, really fast to make, and they are absolutely delicious! The downside is that they are a little expensive just because the price of roast beef and Swiss cheese is so high. If you menu plan on a budget, this recipe may be worth pinching pennies on another meal so you can splurge on this one.

Inspired (and adapted) from here.

Here are the ingredients.

1 12 pack of Hawaiian rolls.
3/4 pound roast beef, chipped
12 slices (about half pound)Swiss cheese
2 T. mustard
1 tsp. onion powder
2 T. Worcestershire *extra optional - see directions below
2 T. melted butter

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
First, slice the rolls in half and layer the bottom half in a 9 by 13 pan.


Layer the roast beef and Swiss cheese, then put top half of roll on top.




Mix together the remaining ingredients to create a sauce. Pour it over the top of the rolls.



Loosely cover the pan with foil and bake for 8 minutes.

After 8 minutes, take off the foil.

*** At this point, I drizzled extra Worcestershire over all the sandwiches and spread the sauce around.

Bake for 4-5 more minutes uncovered.


 Seriously, it takes 20 minutes from start to finish and they are soooooo worth it. You will need a napkin because the sauce is perfectly drippy and the top has the slightest crust. You cannot eat just one. I also think horseradish would be a great addition to this sandwich. It will be something I try in the future. Okay, I have to go now. Writing this post has made me hungry for another one.



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