Hello! Happy Thursday, or if you're getting tomorrow off, happy "Friday!" You're probably thinking I'm a lazy blogger lately when it comes to the recipes I'm sharing, and you're probably right! I first made these Monte Cristo sliders for a wedding shower that I threw for a friend about 2 years ago. They were gobbled up instantly, and Robert always requests that I keep extras around for him after I host a brunch or party. I found this recipe on Pinterest from South Your Mouth. Mandy's sandwiches look a heck of a lot prettier than mine, but I've been told that these are delicious (Yes that's right- I've never tasted these- I hate ham, but everyone I've fed these to has enjoyed them tremendously!)
So without further ado, scroll on down to learn how to make these super easy and super scrumptious sliders!
* 24 King's Hawaiian rolls
* 1/2 pound Muenster cheese, sliced
* 1/2 pound smoked turkey breast, sliced
* 1/2 pound honey ham, sliced
* 1/2 cup melted butter
* 1 egg
* 2 Tablespoons dijon mustard
* Powdered sugar (optional)
* Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
* Line your 9 x 13" pan with aluminum foil.
* Lightly spray the foil.
* Keep the packages of rolls connected and slice them through the center.
* Put the bottoms of the rolls in the foil-lined pan.
* Layer your slices of ham, turkey, and then cheese on top of the roll bottoms.
* Put the tops of the rolls on top of the cheese.
* Whisk your egg and then stir in the butter and mustard. Mix well.
* Pour the mixture over the top of the rolls.
* Tent the rolls with aluminum foil.
* Bake for 20 minutes, tented.
* Remove the foil and bake for an additional 5-10 minutes.
* Serve warm and enjoy!
* Optional: You can sprinkle powdered sugar on the sandwiches, but I have yet to serve them with this sweet side.
These would be great to serve at your Easter gathering this weekend! Try them out and let me know how they taste (since you know I won't be taste testing ham! Ha!) Share your favorite recipe of the week below, and make sure to stop by the other bloggers to say hello! See you tomorrow for an Easter edition of Friday Favorites!