Eat Drink & Be Mary: Poppyseed Turkey Sliders


Poppyseed Turkey Sliders

Three words.  Poppyseed Turkey Sliders.  

Have I mentioned before that, although I must've skipped the cooking gene, the women in my family are amazing in the kitchen.  Well that includes my MIL too.  She first made these sliders (well something pretty dang similar) for the Superbowl and I fell in love -- like pretty much anything she's ever made me.  

Y'all these are so dang good to make ahead and reheat for a quick weeknight dinner or lunch leftovers.  Not to mention football season is right around the corner and I can pretty much guarantee they'll be a hit.  

I made these this past weekend, stuck them in the fridge and warmed them up in the microwave..y'all they were just as good as the right out of the oven if not better.  And confession: the next day after that I ate them for lunch again and they were EVEN better.  Seriously.  

I love a recipe that only gets better with time.  I'm kinda finicky about leftovers so when I find a recipe that I love the next day I'm sold.  

Warning this is seriously the easiest.  

1 pack of Hawaiian Rolls
1 package of Ham deli meat (I chose to do half the sliders ham and half turkey so I got a package of each)
1/2 lb of white american cheese
1 tbsp dijon mustard
1 stick of butter
1 tbsp poppyseeds
2 tsp worcesteshire sauce
1/4 tsp salt, or to taste
1/4 pepper, or to taste


1. Preheat oven to 350.
2. Slice the entire roll slab in half, do not break each roll apart
3. Line a 9x13 pan with aluminum foil and place the bottom slab of rolls in it.
4. Layer the meat across the bottom half of the rolls.  I did two slices of ham on one half, and two slices of turkey on the other side.
5. Layer cheese across the entire slab.  I chose Great Lakes White American Cheese because it's my fave, but you could do any cheese you like.
6. Add another layer of meat and cheese then add the top slab of the rolls.
7.  In a small bowl, combine the following ingredients: melted butter, dijon mustard, poppy seeds, worcesteshire sauce, salt and pepper.  Mix well.
8. Pour the sauce over the rolls, and spread some on top of the rolls as well.
9. Cover the pan with aluminum foil.
10. Let the rolls sit at room temperature for 5 to 10 minutes.
11.  Cook at 350degrees for 15-20 minutes; until the cheese is melted.
12. Uncover the rolls and cook an additional 3-5 minutes.  

CONFESSION: I have totally sucked at showing up and posting on here lately.  I know.  I hate it really.  Between family beach trips, friend beach trips and my graduate online class I've just found it hard to balance it all.

So I need two things from y'all.  ONE: what type of giveaway would you like to see in the next couple of weeks?  TWO: what type of posts would you like to see on here?  more recipes, lifestyle, faith?

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