Roast Beef Sliders

I promise you that if you make these, they will become your new favorite appetizer. And your family and friends will want you to come around more because, well, you bring the good sandwiches.

My life long friend Jess brought these delicious little sliders to a girls party this weekend, and we couldn’t get enough of them. (Or the champagne, cheese dip, and gossip but that’s for a different blog) They are sweet & savory and oh so yummy. I swear it’s impossible to eat only one.

You could use the recipe for paninis and main-course sandwiches too.

Roast Beef Sliders

  • 1 lb. of thinly sliced roast beef
  • 1/2 lb. of Havarti cheese
  • 3 8 oz. packages of frozen dinner rolls (I used Rhodes, you want to get the ones connected in the pan, so you can slice the whole thing in half, cook the sliders, and then slice them into individual sandwiches)
  • 1/2 cup of chopped, toasted walnuts
  • 1 cup of peach preserves
  • 1/2 cup of mayo
  • 1 tbsp. yellow mustard
  • S&P

1. Start by thawing the rolls. You want the bread to be soft enough to slice in half.

2. Finely chop and then toast the walnuts. To toast the walnuts put them in a dry pan and stir frequently over medium heat. You’ll know they are good and toasted when you can smell them.

3. Shred the cheese.

4. Stir together the mayo and mustard mixture.

5. Slice the dinner rolls in half. It’s much easier to assemble the sandwiches whole instead of individually. You can just cut them when they are toasted and done.

6. Spread the mayo and mustard on one side of the bread, and the peach preserves mixed with the walnuts on the other.

7. Stack on the roast beef and cheese.

8. Put the sandwiches in a 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or until cheese is melted.

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11 comments
  1. Mary said:

    These are the best appetizers ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Dane´ said:

    Oh! I can’t wait till half time of the next Steelers game to try these. Made your tomato basil pasta again last night. think of you every time I make it. It’s now know as “Molly Pasta” here in Crafton

    Dane

  3. I’m so glad you love the pasta–it’s one of my favorites. Let me know how you like the roast beef sliders. They are seriously addicting and delicious!

    • Let me know how they turn out! Thanks for reading!

  4. Katy said:

    Just made these for my family dinner tonight! They were a hit. Thanks for posting these!!! Can’t wait to try more of your posted recipes 🙂

    • Glad your family liked them, Katy!! We need to get together again soon 🙂

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