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Take ham and cheese to the next level by making a slider

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'Sliders'? What the hell are they? These are bite size rolls made with substandard bread. Those dinner rolls are horrible.

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This hardly seems to qualify as a “recipe”. Anyway, I’ve not seen any fluffy potato dinner rolls in any supermarkets in this town.

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Sliders'? What the hell are they?

Popular word in the US for smaller sized burgers and sandwiches. Originally for burgers though.

Why is all the ham and sausages here so sweet?

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The fillings aren't good in burger, and even the patties taste the same in different named burgers in the same restaurant.

I tried Gourmet Burger Kitchen, all burgers. All patties same, jusy little bit different fillings, all taste the same, just different names.

I wonder if it is the same in real burger restaurant in US.

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Who is this targeted at?

I guess most readers here understand the concept and structure of a ham cheese sandwich.

Use butter knife to spread mustard evenly over insides of rolls.

Seriously?! I’m glad this was explained otherwise I’d have probably used the cheese to spread mustard over the plate.

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You’re right Hollis. I might even have used a paring knife. Glad they steered me right to the butter knife!

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Sliders'? What the hell are they? These are bite size rolls made with substandard bread. Those dinner rolls are horrible.

Use butter knife to spread mustard evenly over insides of rolls.

Seriously?! I’m glad this was explained otherwise I’d have probably used the cheese to spread mustard over the plate.

I might even have used a paring knife. Glad they steered me right to the butter knife!

These comments had me rolling, gasping for breath for several minutes! Thanks guys! Now, about the "sliders"... Hey, those soft dinner rolls are fine if you toast them, and they wouldn't be bad for these "sliders" but good ol' French bread / baquette is way better. I make them open face in the oven toaster, er, toaster oven. But without the pickle slices. Plenty of ham and cheese though. Cover the bread with ham slices, spread the mustard over the ham with a butter knife or anything else ya got, put the cheese slices on top of that, 5 minutes or so in the toaster oven or until the cheese is melted and mmmmmmmm

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I never eat anything called slider or mudslide.

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Take ham and cheese to the next level

Slider? Is that really considered the next level? Ham and cheese sliders have been around forever. They are not that great.

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Serrano, you’re welcome!

Abd while we’re on this theme, I really am grateful for the equipment list. If they hadn’t told me I’d need oven mitts I would have grabbed that hot baking sheet out of the oven with my bare hands!

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@Educator60 Hahahahahahahahaha, I can just imagine you grabbing that hot baking sheet out of the oven with your bare hands, and having everything go on the floor where I was for a couple of minutes after reading that! Thanks again!

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I’ll give the recipe a go next week!

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