Cuban Sliders. These wonderful little rolls are baked until lightly toasted and the cheese melts. The leftover King's Hawaiian ham sliders keep really well in the fridge, and they make a lovely cold snack. These Cuban sliders are loaded with ham, swiss cheese, and dill pickles, topped with a dijon mustard onion spread!
It is native to Cuba and Isla de la Juventud, but has also been introduced to Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac in the Cayman Islands. These Cuban sliders are potato buns piled high with meat, cheese and pickles, then brushed with These Cuban sliders are the ultimate slider sandwich in my opinion, everyone seems to love the. A welcome change from the ubiquitous hamburger slider, this mini sandwich has all the flavor of a great Cuban. You can cook Cuban Sliders using 5 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
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Ingredients of Cuban Sliders
- It’s of Hawaiian rolls.
- You need of Thin sliced deli ham.
- It’s of Baby Swiss cheese.
- It’s of Stone ground Dijon or other horseradish based mustard.
- You need of Dill pickles (optional).
The key here is to crisp the bread by. Cuban Sliders – ham, Swiss, pickles, and a mustard glaze makes these Cuban sliders a great appetizer for any party. You can make these Cuban Sliders with Hawaiian rolls or any slider roll. Remove foil and press down the tops of.
Cuban Sliders step by step
- Cut and separate Hawaiian rolls.
- Lay bottoms of rolls in a deep pan.
- Dab the Dijon mustard on each slider roll. If using pickles place on top of mustard..
- Fold 2 slices of ham onto each slider bottom.
- Lay Swiss cheese over the tops. It’s ok to overlap because when it melts you can separate..
- Place the tops on. Bake at 300 for 20 minuets or until cheese melts.
Cuban Sliders are really easy to make! It all about layering the ham, pork, and cheese, mustard and pickles. The part that makes these sliders stand out above your average sliders are the seasonings. This Cuban sandwich recipe is one of my favorite ways to use pork shoulder! How to make Cuban Sliders using Hawaiian rolls.