I came up with this sliders recipe as a fun option to serve at parties- for the Golden Globes, Academy Awards, or the Super Bowl. This sliders recipe is a version of ham and cheese with Hawaiian rolls but I took it up a notch so it is extra delicious. This post is sponsored by King’s Hawaiian.
Kings Hawaiian Sliders Are Perfect For Parties
This time of year, when it is cold outside, everyone loves a nice warm snack or meal. I designed this warm sliders recipe so it would be easy enough to throw together in a flash but still taste delicious. I decided I wanted a version of a sliders recipe with ham and cheese so I went with Canadian Bacon and Smoked Gouda Cheese. Then, I added Caramelized Onion Slices to really make the flavors pop. These Hawaiian roll sliders are husband and kid-tested and all approved!
I am using the term “sliders” here to refer to little sandwiches on buns. I used the King’s Hawaiian “Original Hawaiian Sweet 12 Pack Dinner Rolls” for buns because they are so soft and sweet and the perfect size for sliders. Plus, my son says they are his favorite rolls ever! Canadian bacon is a leaner bacon that is almost like a super thick slice of ham. This Canadian bacon recipe is sure to make you a convert.
Easy Sliders Recipe: Canadian Bacon, Smoked Gouda, and Caramelized Onion With Hawaiian Rolls
These sliders are yummy, delicious, goodness! Plus, this sliders recipe is super easy and fast to whip up for parties (or even for a quick delicious lunch or dinner!)
makes 12 sliders
2 tbsp butter
24 slices of Canadian bacon
3 small yellow onions
1 package of sliced smoked gouda
1 package of King’s Hawaiian Original Hawaiian Sweet 12 Pack Dinner Rolls
How To Make Ham And Cheese Sliders:
First things first. Peel onions and slice them up into thick onion rings about 1/4-1/3 of an inch thick. Keep the rings in tact. (You don’t have to but it is pretty that way!) You need 12 onion rings to make 12 sliders.
In a large skillet over medium high heat, put down a pat of butter and coat the bottom of the pan evenly by pushing it around with your spatula. Place onion rings into the pan. After a minute or two, go ahead and flip the onions (should see a bit of color on the onions). Allow to cook on the second side for another one to two minutes and then turn heat down to medium and cook for about 5 minutes on each side until becoming translucent and browned. Then remove from heat.
While the onions are cooking, you can slice your King’s Hawaiian Dinner Rolls in half so they will become slider buns and cut your smoked gouda cheese slices into perfect sized pieces for your buns.
Then go ahead and use a pat of butter to warm up the Canadian bacon in a skillet. Remove from heat once warm and browned a bit. Now use another pat of butter to warm and brown the insides of the King’s Hawaiian Dinner Rolls.
Assemble your sliders- bottom of the King’s Hawaiian roll, 2 slices of Canadian bacon, 1 slice of smoked gouda cheese, 1 caramelized onion ring, top of the roll. Now they are all set and ready to eat!
I love the saltiness of the Canadian bacon with the sweetness of the roll and caramelized onion, and the smokiness of the smoked gouda. Good stuff!
Printable Canadian Bacon Sliders Recipe With Hawaiian Rolls
I hope you enjoy this sliders recipe with ham and cheese on Hawaiian rolls at parties or as a great whenever meal. Let me know if you try these Canadian bacon sandwiches and what you think. #familyfocusblog Have you tried Hawaiian roll slider recipes before? I just love them!