Delicious little morsels of love. Smoked Ruben Sliders can be a meal or just an appetizer to get the juices flowing.
Start with a smoked cornedbeef. If you haven’t found it already, my recipe is here.
Take a tray of King’s Hawaiian Sweet Dinner rolls. Split them down the side and place the bottom half in a buttered pan. Brush Thousand Island dressing over the rolls, then layer with the sliced smoked corned beef. Top with sour kraut and slices of Swiss cheese. Brush Thousand Island on the cut side of the roll tops and place on sandwiches. Melt 1/4C butter and mix in 1t garlic powder and 1t onion powder. Brush over the tops of the rolls and sprinkle with Italian Seasoning or a garlic and herb seasoning. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 350.
Remove sliders from pan, separate with knife, and enjoy the best little slider you’ve ever tasted!