I can’t get enough of Thanksgiving flavors, and recipes that are simple and incorporate all of my favorites are the best! Whether you’re looking to use up leftovers, or you want to have a taste of Thanksgiving early, with a simple recipe this turkey sliders recipes Hawaiian rolls is perfect!
Thanksgiving sliders incorporate all of the yummy holiday favorites: turkey, cranberry sauce, and gravy with the addition of melty cheese and pillowy soft Hawaiian buns!
Here’s the recipe we use!!
(Recipe from Kathleen Greene)
+ 8 ounces leftover turkey or thick cut turkey deli meat +
+4 large slices Gouda, Havarti, Swiss or Provolone cheese +
+1 cup cranberry relish or sauce +
+1 package Hawaiian dinner rolls (12 rolls) +
+3 tablespoons butter +
+ 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce +
+ 1½ teaspoons Dijon mustard +
+ Preheat oven to 375° F. Prepare a 9X13 (or slightly smaller) baking dish with cooking spray. +
+ Slice Hawaiian buns in half while keeping all of the buns attached to one another. +
+ Remove the top buns and set aside. +
+ Place the bottom half of the buns in the pan. Add the turkey over the buns and top with cranberry relish or sauce, slices of cheese and the tops of the buns. +
+ In a small microwave safe bowl, mix the butter, Worcestershire sauce, and Dijon. +
+ Microwave for 30-60 seconds, or until the butter is melted. +
+ Brush the butter mixture over the top of the buns. Cover with foil and bake at 375°F for 15 minutes. Remove the foil and bake for an additional 5-8 minutes. +
+ Remove from the oven and slice into individual sliders and serve immediately for the best turkey sliders on Hawaiian rolls easy. +
+ Sliders are best served right after being removed from the oven. These don’t store or re-heat well. +
You could also add stuffing onto your Hawaiian rolls, on top of the turkey while assembling the sliders! A super yummy addition.
Once you’ve had turkey sliders with cranberry sauce, you’ll never go back! The cranberry sauce really adds a layer of flavor.
These are great to serve up at a holiday party, or the day after Thanksgiving for an easy lunch that uses up some of those yummy leftovers!