I take absolutely 0 (ZERO) credit for this recipe. I pinned it on pinterest and thought I would give it a try for our annual Bunco Christmas party. Sadly, I won’t be eating any. I have to tell y’all about a recent incident I had. My gallbladder decided to retaliate on me. It was a slow process that lead up to it. All I can tell you is I would rather have twins than go through that pain again. I was about a minute away from waking up my husband to take me to the ER. I sucked it up though and started googling and once I pin pointed the pain, I knew I was having a gallbladder attack. It was my first, and I pray it will be my last. If it happens again, I will get this sucker gone. My cholesterol is perfect so it isn’t due to that. I am hoping it was a one and done occurence. I did follow up with the Doctor and she confirmed with me that indeed it was an attack and that we all have gallstones, it’s just a matter of time if they form and give us grief. It was no surprise, I had been eating really bad leading up to the day. Anyhow onto how to make roast beef sliders. I did have my family as taste testers and they were officially stamped and approved. My boys went nuts for these!
You only need a few simple ingredients. Most you will have on hand already. I did improvise this original recipe. I could not find Hawaiian rolls, so I went with soft dinner rolls. I am sure the Hawaiian rolls are even tastier.
They only took about 10 minutes to prepare in a 9 x 13 pan.
My other improvise was to double everything in the original recipe as for the sauce you pour on top. I just didn’t feel it was enough.
That is your call to add more or less.
Baked in the oven for about 20 minutes.
And you now have a party in your mouth.
To view the original recipe please visit blogger Plain chicken for her original roast beef slider recipe. I apologize for making you go elsewhere, but it’s the right thing to do. I see way- way too many bloggers swiping recipes and ideas and not giving any credit where credit is due. That is just not how I roll:)
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