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‘Tis the season for company, parties, and house guests. Don’t spend all day cooking when these Baked Hot Pastrami Sliders will impress your family and guests. They are quick to throw together and heat up in the oven all together so dinner is ready in no time at all!
I love having guests, little gatherings, and big parties too. I’m a crazy planner and plan out my menu and the whole event a month or so ahead of time. I plan how far in advance I can make recipes, how long recipes will take to make from start to finish, and have a whole working timeline. Yes, I’m that crazy…but it works well for me because then I’m not in the kitchen when my quests are here.
I used my favorite rolls to make up these amazing Baked Hot Pastrami Sliders in no time at all. Just a few minutes of prep time, then stick them in the oven before your guests (or hungry kids) arrive and you will have a hot sandwich for everyone. I love having something cooking in the oven when guests arriving because it fills the house with the smells of tasty things to come.
Sliders are so fun and everyone thinks you slaved all day, but in reality they are so quick. Most of the sliders I tend to make take less than 30 – 45 minutes from start to finish….and most of that is baking time!
Baked Hot Pastrami Sliders
Don't spend all day cooking when these Baked Hot Pastrami Sliders will impress your family and guests. They are quick to throw together and heat up in the oven all together so dinner is ready in no time at all!
- 2 packages Udi's Gluten Free Rolls, thawed
- 1/4 cup thousand island dressing
- 3/4 lb thinly sliced pastrami
- 1 1/2 cups sauerkraut
- 2 cups shredded white cheddar cheese
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 12 toothpicks
- Preheat oven to 400F and spray a 9x13 baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
- Slice thawed rolls in half and place the bottom half in the baking pan, cut side up. Spread 1 tsp of dressing on each bottom piece. Then top with a slice or two of pastrami. Add 1/8 cup sauerkraut and 1/4 cup cheese on top of the pastrami.
- Place tops on rolls and brush with melted butter. Insert toothpicks to keep them together.
- Heat in oven for 6-8 minutes or until cheese is melted and meat is warm.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 5 Serving Size: 2
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 453Total Fat: 34gSaturated Fat: 18gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 122mgSodium: 1651mgCarbohydrates: 9gFiber: 2gSugar: 3gProtein: 27g
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Update: 1/1/18 Org publish date: 12/21/14
Sarah Robinson says
Love sliders! My family would think that I was totally spoiling them if I made these for lunch in the middle of our homeschool day, lol. I’m going to have to try it!
Vicki Finn says
Oh holy yumminess! I can already smell these sliders! Reminds me of growing up visiting my Polish grandparents house with the sauerkraut and kielbasa on the stove. What a tasty quick and easy dish to make for weekends with family or pot lucks!
Perfect recipe to take for potluck dinners. Sliders are always a big hit for the kids. This is a great new twist we haven’t tried.
Denay DeGuzman says
This past weekend these cute hot pastrami sliders were the star of the show! Thank you so much for sharing this fabulous, easy-to-make recipe. I rate this 5/5 stars!
Great way to prepare for a party! I made these ahead of time for a weeknight meal on “sports” night, the sliders were heated up and ready for dinner before the kids got to the table. These are going to be a regular at my house.
I was hunting for a slider recipe that we could try and discovered these on Pinterest – my husband loved them and has requested them again for Game Day so he can eat and watch.
Amanda @ Cookie Named Desire says
These sliders sound so good! I think I’d need to keep away from them cause I’m sure I’d eat them all!!
Wendy O'Neal says
LOL! Totally…I always eat way too many. w-
These pastrami sliders sound awesome! I bet they would go fast at a party!
Tanya White says
These look amazing I love Patrami Thanks for sharing.
Geoff K says
Holy cow, these look absolutely amazing! I wish I had seen this post before our recent New Year’s Eve party, but I won’t miss the chance to try this recipe out for out Super Bowl shindig. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!
Kathleen Kuykendall says
I just added these to my Super Bowl party menu!
ellen beck says
OK I drooled a little. These sound amazing and are very different and would be tasty. I like making different things and may do these for SuperBowl.
Kathy Pease says
My hubby is a pastrami freak..I knowhe would go nuts over these and will have to make them soon 🙂
Janet W. says
These look delicious! I’ll have to make these next time we have guests over!
BILL HOFF says
We are always looking for new recipes for adult type appetizers…thanks
Rajee Pandi says
very nice love to try it
Julie Wood says
I know my son, Dad and sister and I would love this delicious Baked Hot Pastrami Sliders. These would be good for the Super Bowl because they are so easy to make. I will have to make these! They look delicious!
Merry \ Sunshine On My Shoulder says
I love this. I am going to make this in my solar oven.
I’m a big fan of pastrami, but never thought to make my own sandwich. I bought one from Subway last month and almost gagged. I’m going to make your recipe.
Nicole Dz says
I love pastrami so much, these look great! So much flavor and cheesy too. They would not last long at all.