This is a sponsored post brought to you by Prime Fresh. All opinions are my own.
Summer is the time for parties and who doesn’t want a quick and easy meal to serve to your guests? I’m not the only person sick of serving the same thing every meal and would love something new. I’m thankful that I had the chance to make some Party Time Sliders this past week and serve them to some Kroger shoppers!
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When I go shopping, I love deli meats but don’t always have the time to wait for them to be cut, especially when I have my kids with me. That’s the best thing about Prime Fresh: It is located with the refrigerated section of Kroger by the bacon. This is a new Deli meat brought to you by Smithfield and perfect for the Party Time Sliders.
Party Time Sliders
Party Time Sliders can be made both cold and warm, giving you plenty of options. I prefer placing them in the broiler. It melts the cheese and gives the bread a little more texture, keeping it from getting soggy. But, if you don’t have the time or are making the sandwiches on the go, making them straight up just takes minutes.
Check out the video I did with Kita below and make them your own. Thank you to Kita and Deli Fresh for including me in the fun we had at Kroger.
- 1 package fluffy dinner rolls or Hawaiian style rolls, about 6 to 12 rolls depending on size
- 12 slices Prime Fresh Honey Ham or Oven Roasted Turkey
- Dill pickles
- Fresh herbs
- Tomato slices
- 2 TBSP Mayo
- Sliced Cheese
- Sliced red onion
- Green leaf lettuce
- Cut the tops off the rolls leaving them connected.
- Line the bottom of the rolls with mayo. Feel free to spice it up by adding your favorite mustard. (We love honey mustard mixed with the mayo)
- Place the lettuce over the mayo.
- Add your favorite Prime Fresh meat. Roll the meat to make sure every sandwich gets the right amount of meat.
- Top the meat with your favorite kind of cheese. Ours is colby-jack which melts great!
- Lastly, place the onions and pickles before putting the top of the rolls on the sandwiches. Cut them into individual sandwiches and enjoy!
- *If you'd like your meat and cheese warm, skip the lettuce layer and toast in the broiler. Then add the lettuce and other toppings before serving.
About Kita Roberts of Girl Carnivore:
Kita is a food writer and recipe developer who’s knocking down barriers on the food scene. She delivers quality carnivorous recipes to aspiring cooks and savory enthusiasts who want to play with food as much as she does. Kita brings top-notch seasonal eats twice weekly showcasing drool-worthy photography. With her approachable delivery, she inspires curious at-home cooks to take on the challenges of preparing their own meal one recipe at a time.