Easy and Delicious Reuben Sliders
No matter if you are feeding a crowd or just the family you will be the talk of the block with these Easy and Delicious Reuben Sliders. This recipe is a great way to have use up left over beef brisket or just cook up some brisket for these sliders.
Reuben Slider Ingredients –
2-3 pound corned beef brisket with seasoning packet and a few bay leaves, covered with water and cooked 2-3 hours in a large dutch simmering (covered), on medium/high heat OR 5-6 hours on high in a crockpot. Remove and shred once the brisket is cooked through.
Thousand Island dressing, any brand ( I used Ken's Steak House)
2-3 12 ct. packages of Hawaiian Rolls
1 large jar of sour krout, any brand ( I used Vlasic), drained and rinsed thoroughly
melted butter (optional)
#1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
#2. Slice the hawaiian rolls in half and enerously spread Thousand Island dressing on each bottom and line an 8×13 baking sheet (see photo).
#3. Top with shredded corned beef (see photo).
#4. Top with sour krout (see photo).
#5. Top with swiss cheese (see photo).
#6. Generously spread more Thousand Island on the top half of the rolls and place on top of the bottoms. brush melted butter over the tops of the rolls (optional). Cover with foil.
#7. Bake about 20 minutes to heat through and melt the swiss cheese. Serve with more Thousand Island dressing.
*These are perfect for a crowd or just a great way to use up corned beef/boiled dinner left over from St. Patty's day!