Slam-Dunk Sliders

Win big on game day with these tasty sandwiches. Vegans and vegetarians, don't worry - there's sliders for you, too.

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Sliders

Ina gives her sliders a subtle spicy edge by mixing the ground beef with a bit of Dijon mustard. She dresses them simply, with baby arugula and some nutty Gruyere, and serves them on small brioche buns for a classic presentation.

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Pulled Pork Sliders

Pimenton (smoked Spanish paprika) and beer are two key ingredients in Anne's pulled pork recipe. It cooks low and slow (more than four hours), so plan ahead and start early.

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Beef Sliders for a Crowd

We're redefining sliders with this easy press-in-a-pan recipe no forming and cooking individual patties! And we took a cue from our favorite burger joints: onions on the bottom, beef on the top. You can prepare the meat mixture on the cookie sheet a few hours ahead, refrigerate and cook just before serving.

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Crab Cake Sliders with Blood Orange Aioli

Jeff swaps in butter crackers for breadcrumbs in this finger-friendly crab cake appetizer. The crackers do double duty in helping the cake bind together as well as infusing the crab with delicious butter flavor.

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Sunny’s Meaty Cheesy Casserole Sliders

Garlic bread meets deli sandwich in Sunny’s meaty, cheesy casserole. She layers store-bought dinner rolls with deli roast beef, two different types of cheese and chipotle mayo, then brushes the entire casserole with a garlic-Parmesan butter.

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Sliders with Chipotle Mayonnaise

Bobby’s five-star sliders are quick, easy and oh-so-delicious. He tops his beef sliders with a homemade chipotle mayo.

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Spicy Juicy Lucy-fer Sliders

To ensure a nice browned top to your sliders, check that the broiler flame is on when you pop them in. Many broilers cycle on and off as they work, so it's important to broil these fast-cooking burgers during an "on" cycle.

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Slow-Cooker Sloppy Joe Sliders

Inspired by her mom’s recipe, Valerie uses ketchup and sugar to add sweetness to her sloppy Joe’s. After a few hours in the slow-cooker, she piles the meat on slider buns or mini potato rolls.

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Chicken Fried Steak Sliders

Buttermilk is key to Ree’s tasty sandwiches she uses it to marinate the steak, prepare homemade biscuits and whip up a simple gravy.

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Mini Meatball Sliders

Ree's Italian-inspired sliders come together in less than hour, thanks to store-bought marinara sauce.

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Vegan “Pulled Pork” Sliders

Meat eaters don't get to have all the fun. The "pulled pork" in these vegan sliders is made from mushrooms that have been slowly roasted in a marinade of molasses and spices. Slap them on a slider roll, top with some creamy vegan coleslaw and enjoy.

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Pretzel-Mustard-Crusted Pork Tenderloin Sliders

Mustard and pretzels make a crispy, salty breading for pounded pork tenderloin. These are a great game-day snack paired with a cold beer.

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Ham, Apple and Cheddar Slices

Easy and delicious, Valerie likes to serve these sliders for game nights. She tops her ham and cheese sandwiches with apple slices, arugula and a honey-mustard relish.

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Nashville Hot Chicken Meatball Sliders

Trisha’s saucy sliders nail the sweet and spicy combination, thanks to a mixture of hot sauce, brown sugar and honey.

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Meatball Sliders with a Twist

Molly’s twist? Her meatballs are made with absolutely no meat! Instead, she pulses nuts, garlic, breadcrumbs and Parmesan in a food processor until they mimic the texture of meatballs.

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Beef and Ground Pork Sliders

No party is complete without burgers. For party-ready bites, make these beef and ground pork sliders, perfectly dressed with lettuce, caramelized onions, cheese and a delicious sauce.

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Pulled Pork Pancake Sliders

The iconic pulled pork sandwich gets a makeover here as a party appetizer, served atop fluffy silver dollar pancakes. Make the coleslaw up to a day in advance so assembly for these hors d'oeuvres is as quick as mixing up the pancake batter.

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Greek Lamb Meatball Sliders with Tzatziki

As an introduction to Mediterranean cuisine, Guy mixes feta, mint and garlic into his lamb sliders. Before eating, he tops the burgers with a creamy, tangy tzatziki sauce.

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Ree's Sliders

Ree’s trick for making great sliders? She uses her thumb to form a well in the patty before grilling that way, the sliders don’t puff up too much while cooking.

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Baked Roast Beef and Provolone "Tea" Sliders on Everything Buns

Jeff’s loaded sliders are not for the faint of heart. He layers store-bought rolls with roast beef, provolone, crispy fried onions and pickles, then brushes the sliders with an everything bagel butter.

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