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Summer time in the Hoover house is just about as busy as the school year. And meal time can be just as challenging. After a full day at the pool or running between VBS and camps, I am always open to new and easy recipe ideas. Kita from Girls Carnavore recently shared this great Party Time Sliders recipe using Prime Fresh deli meats. Definitely it is party worthy- but I say perfect for busy family night dinner too!
I love that I can pick up Prime Fresh on my next Kroger run. It is available in the package meat section near bacon. This is a new deli meat brought to you from the people at Smithfield (yep that great bacon!) And you can find it in your favorite varieties: Honey Ham, Smoked Turkey Breast, Chicken Breast and Roast Beef.
So check out the recipe for Party Time Sliders either for a salad and sammies dinner or for your next party. Here is your Kroger Shopping List for these Party Time Sliders:
- 1 package fluffy dinner rolls or Hawaiian style rolls, about 6 to 12 rolls depending on size
- 12 slices Prime Fresh Honey Ham or Oven Roasted Turkey
- Dill pickles
- Fresh herbs (chives preferred)
- Tomato slices
- 2 T Mayo
- Sliced Cheese (cheddar or Havarti)
- Sliced red onion
- Green leaf lettuce
The recipe is quite stright forward, but here are some tips from Kita:
- Slice the rolls down the center, leaving them connected. You will have a “sheet” of tops and a “sheet of bottoms. (That’s the game changer for me right there!)
- Spread mayo on the bottoms. Maybe even spice it up with a mix in of your fave flavored mustard or other condiment.
- Layer lettuce on top of mayo.
- Now for the Prime Fresh meat. Kita’s tip to get a mouthful of meat in each bite, roll each slice of meat as you layer it on the rolls.
- Top the meat with your favorite cheese (we like a strong cheddar)
- Last add onions and pickles, then cut each individual sandwich.
And how about making this a toasted sandwich? Just wait on the lettuce and after layering the meat and cheese, toast the rolls in the broiler until the cheese begins to melt. Then you can add the lettuce and other toppings just before serving.
What meat and cheese combos will you try? Will you serve this for busy weeknight dinner or a party? Let me know what you think in the comments below. And of course- PIN IT for later!
Kita Roberts | Girls Carnivore |
Kita is a food writer and recipe developer who’s knocking down barriers on the food scene and delivering quality carnivorous recipes to aspiring cooks and savory enthusiasts who want to play with food as much as she does. Kita brings top-notch seasonal eats twice weekly showcasing drool-worthy photography and an approachable delivery that inspires curious at-home cooks to take on the challenges of preparing their own meal one recipe at a time.