Find the fluffiest buns you can and hop on this slider train stat. These magnificent mini sandwiches are layered with juicy pork slices, tart pickles, and a scratch-made, smoky barbecue sauce infused with Worcestershire, peach preserves, and chipotle peppers in adobo. Keep reading to wrap your hands around this recipe.
Whether you’re tailgating at home or you need a last minute snack to feed a crowd, baked ham and cheese sliders are super simple to make, and totally flavorful. This recipe is a great way to use up holiday leftovers, too. The onion Worcestershire sauce pops on your taste buds and the melted cheddar is gooey perfection.
Forget the chips and dip. Next time you need an unforgettable party platter, these addicting sliders will do the trick. In this appetizer, tender roast beef, tangy provolone, and creamy horseradish mayonnaise are sandwiched between sweet, fluffy rolls and topped with a buttery-mustard mixture. Read on for the recipe.
Want your next backyard bash to be a culinary success? Whip up these Korean barbecue burgers. In this recipe, regular ground beef is taken to the next level with an infusion of ginger and soy. Even the toppings and condiments get a creative twist, with gochujang slaw, spicy mayo, and fresh mint. Get the recipe now.
If you want to enjoy the flavors of Greece in a handheld pocket, our super easy chicken pitas are just the thing to tickle your taste buds. The poultry is marinated in yogurt, lemon juice, and herbs to create a delicious sandwich filling. Topped with tzatziki sauce and fresh vegetables, lunch is served. Get the recipe.
The next time you’re craving a fancy cafe panini, skip the line and make your own at home. A mouthwatering balance of sweet, salty, and creamy, this roasted chicken and fig panini tastes impressive, yet is quick and easy to make – no panini press required. Read more now and enjoy this sandwich tonight!
Looking for a healthy, budget-friendly meal that the whole family will enjoy? These slow cooker chicken sloppy joes are a lighter twist on the childhood classic. Made mostly with pantry ingredients, you can feed a family of four without breaking the bank. Read more now to make this recipe a family favorite.
There’s no need to go through the process of battering and frying with grilled shrimp po’boys. Instead of the traditional fried preparation, this succulent shellfish is thrown on a hot grill to give it some flavorful flair. With an easy remoulade and all the traditional toppings, it’s a surefire win. Read more now.
When you feel like treating yourself to a flavorful and fresh lunch, reach for one of these chicken Waldorf salad wraps. Leftover poultry paired with celery, grapes, apples, walnuts, and raisins provides a textural symphony, all wrapped up in a flour tortilla. Learn how to make our version of this classic recipe now.
Looking for a meaty, yet vegetarian, meal you’ll love? Skip the salad, and make these hefty sandwiches instead. It’s a tall order: we stack portobello mushrooms in a spicy chili garlic sauce with roasted red peppers and arugula on toasty ciabatta bread smeared with Camembert cheese. Get the recipe now on Foodal.