From the American South and beyond, here's a delicious collection of savory slider Recipes that you can really sink your teeth into!
- What is a Slider?
- 25+ Easy Slider Recipes
- BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders with Vinegar Slaw
- Greek Turkey Sliders with Tzadiki Sauce
- Kentucky Hot Brown Slider Sandwiches
- Carolina Pork Sliders and Sweet Coleslaw
- Easy Party Cuban Sliders
- Slow Cooker Carolina Pulled Pork Sliders
- Blackened Salmon Sliders
- Ham and Gruyere Sliders with Raspberry Mayo
- Quick and Easy Baked Pizza Sliders
- Easy Pull Apart Italian Sliders Recipe
- Tandoori Chicken Sliders
- Pork Tenderloin Sliders with Apples & Onions
- Hamburger Sliders
- Turkey Sliders
- Ham and Cheese Sliders with Garlic Butter Sauce
- Philly Cheese Steak Sliders
- Chicken and Waffle Sliders
- Spicy Pulled Pork Sliders
- Chicken Banh Mi Sandwich Sliders
- Turkey, Cheddar and Bacon Sliders
- Slow Cooker Beef & Beer Sliders
- Maple Bacon Turkey Sliders
- Sweet Potato Sliders
- Crispy Chicken Sliders
- Pineapple Pulled Pork Sliders & Slaw
- French Onion Roast Beef Sliders Recipe
- Quick and Easy Reuben Sliders
- Slow Cooker Korean Pulled Pork Sliders
- Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sliders
What is a Slider?
Depending on who you ask, a slider is either (a) a mini-hamburger, or (b) a mini-sandwich. Unless you ask Adam Kuban, who unequivocally defines and defends the original slider recipe:
A slider is something very specific. It is not just a mini hamburger. It’s a thin, thin slip of beef, cooked on a griddle with onions and pickles piled atop patty. The steam from the onions does as much cooking as the griddle. The buns are placed atop the onions, absorbing the pungent aroma and flavor.Adam Kuban, Editor Emeritus, Serious Eats
Personally, I prefer to use the broadest interpretation possible – a slider is a little bun with a yummy, mostly protein-based filling. However, while I may not agree with Mr Kuban on the defining points, I do have to give him some serious props: he has constructed what is probably the best copycat recipe around for traditional beef-n-onion sliders.
Who Made the First Slider?
White Castle, generally credited as the country's first fast-food chain, also gets credit for inventing the original slider in Wichita, Kansas in 1921. Eleven years later, Krystal was founded in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
In a modern-day Mason-Dixon fast-food standoff, Tennessee and Kentucky are the only two US states in which the two chains cross paths. (Awhile back, Mr B and I seized the opportunity to weigh in on The Great Slider Debate. Click through to read more!)
25+ Easy Slider Recipes
Sliders are just plain fun! These hearty, palm-size wonders of the sandwich world make a perfect party food! With limitless filling options, you'll be sure to have something to fit everyone's tastes, and you can easily make enough for a few or for a crowd.
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