Last year I posted a grilled Thanksgiving sandwich, but this year I decided to switch things up and use my new favorite warm and heat rolls and make these Easy Thanksgiving Leftover Sliders. I’ve got to say I like them even better – and for lots of reasons. Since I use these rolls, it takes only a matter of seconds to start my sandwich on rolls that taste like they were just baked without ever mixing, kneading, rising, or baking. In fact, I didn’t even have to turn on the oven if I didn’t want to. Which I didn’t. I totally popped these babies in the microwave for a few seconds. Shut the front door, RIGHT?!? Seriously, after turkey day, who really wants to spend any more time in the kitchen? Then I added my favorite Thanksgiving trimmings… some turkey, a little stuffing, some cranberry sauce, and a little cheese. You could add mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes or what ever it is that you like. You could build your sandwich with hot or cold leftovers as well. That’s what is so fun about these sliders. I plan on popping some rolls in the over the day after Thanksgiving and lining up a little slider buffet for my family while they are baking. I figure while they are getting all soft and delicious, I will set everything out with serving spoons. When the rolls have finished baking I’ll set them at the start of the line with a bread knife and plates and let everyone build their own sammies. Are you with me? Totally yummy! Totally easy! It’s a win-win, isn’t it? And you can be sure that after I’ve had my Thanksgiving Leftover Slider I will be digging in to a slice of pumpkin pie with real sweetened whipped cream. I know you wouldn’t expect anything less of me.
- Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls
- Stuffing - or dressing whatever you call it
- Sliced Cheese
- Other Thanksgiving leftovers
- Heat rolls as directed on package. Slice rolls and stuff with your favorite Thanksgiving leftovers. Enjoy.
- It would be easy to set up a build your own sandwich buffet to serve your family. While the rolls are baking, line up all your leftovers on the counter and table top with serving utensils. Place the rolls with plates and a bread knife at the start of the line and let your crowd serve themselves. Easy and delicious!