50 Slider Recipes for the Tremendous Bowl That Show The whole lot’s Higher Chew-Dimension

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Why a burger or sandwich on game day when you can have two (or five)? These guys may be small, but they’re big crowd pullers, from the buffalo chicken to the salmon BLT. They’re kind of magical too: flick up one of these 50 easy, epic slider recipes for the Super Bowl and watch them fade before your eyes.

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Question: Is there anything that cauliflower can’t do? Answer: No.

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Possibly the easiest party recipe ever. (And definitely one of the tastiest.)

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Feel free to apply this topping on anything and everything you do this week.

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Bring those healthy fats (and the blue cheese).

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You won’t even miss the meat in these delicious vegan and gluten-free bites.

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Pineapple + teriyaki sauce = a match made in heaven.

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Hosting Sunday brunch for your squad just got easier (and tastier).

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Who says sliders can’t be healthy? (Not us.)

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Quickly pickled cucumbers meet coleslaw and crispy chicken.

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When bread is off the table (damn it, keto …), sprouts are a delightful substitute. Just load them up with mozz, tomato, ham and glue them with toothpicks for serving.

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How in the world did we do it so quickly, you ask? Roast chicken bought in the store.

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Swap Hawaiian rolls for mini-pita rounds and fill them with seasoned chicken, herb yogurt sauce, and fresh vegetables.

The story goes on

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Who needs ground beef when you can have a juicy thinly sliced ​​steak instead? Bring the white cheddar.

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These Bánh Mi-inspired sweets feature spring onion mayo, pickled daikon, and carrots.

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Deli Roast Beef has never had such a decadent upgrade. We’re talking melting provolone, caramelized onions, and hearty, buttery au jus.

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Fair warning: you want to make the kids their own lot for the big game.

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Start February with a bite of summer. The coleslaw is light, crispy and refreshing in equal parts.

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Those 30-minute handhelds ask for a dose of chipotle mayonnaise.

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Of course, you can buy your own pretzel rolls in the store. Or you can wow your quarantine pod by making your own …

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The key to chicken patties that are * not * bone dry? Use ground chicken legs instead of breast meat.

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When in doubt, rely on a timeless classic. What do you dislike about seasoned grilled beef, cheese and all the ingredients?

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These beauties are smeared with a butter mustard laden with poppy seeds and dried onions.

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The chicken braised with beer will keep in the refrigerator for five days. Try the leftovers on salad, rice or tacos.

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Aka your children’s new favorite food. Must be the garlic parmesan butter topping.

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Don’t knock until you try – flavorful beef, nutty PB, sour jalapeños, and bacon are basically a match made in sandwich heaven.

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You’re only 30 minutes away from an edible seaside vacation.

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You could add more hot sauce on top if you want it spicier, but the chicken’s buttermilk hot sauce will do much of the heavy lifting.

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Get in, we’re going to NOLA. (PS, there is hoppy, bitter beer in both mayo and shrimp bread.)

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Salami, capicola, roasted peppers, pepperoncini – Nonna would be proud.

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Once you have the ground turkey and honey-wheat buns, the rest are all pantry staples.

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Slowly roasted cherry tomatoes meet creamy burrata, fresh basil and a dash of balsamic vinegar.

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Vegetarians at your Super Bowl meeting? Swap the short ribs for mushrooms.

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Thanks to the practical Instant Pot, these handhelds only take 30 minutes from start to finish.

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Frying the salmon instead of baking it ensures an extremely crispy outer crust.

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Corned beef, Swiss, sauerkraut and Thousand Island – some combinations just don’t get old.

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BRB, an extra batch of the onion rings just to nibble on. (Hot tip: use hard cider instead of beer in the batter.)

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If you’re making the Cajun chicken pusher, you should probably be cracking these meatloaf pusher as well. After all, you’re already frying onions (and come on, check them out!).

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They are paleo, gluten-free and conserve the carbohydrates, as the bread is exchanged for grilled sweet potato rounds.

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Pureed chipotles in Adobo sauce are mixed with ground beef for a stunningly flavourful patty.

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A word to the wise: you might want to have some tortilla chips on deck to dip in the chilli cheese sauce … you know, just for the cook.

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We have never met a fresh coleslaw that we haven’t met to like Love, including this flavorful, refreshing take with apple, cucumber, carrot, and red onion.

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Where should we start: the Tabasco chipotle buttermilk marinade, the cornmeal waffles or the maple-flavored butter?

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Instead of shredded pork shoulders, these summery Sammies cut sliced ​​pork chops.

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You should stick a needle into the whipped garlic, herb and goat cheese spread for your next sausage board.

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If you have never tried bison, you are seriously missing out. It’s lighter, leaner, and sweeter than beef, and ridiculously juicy.

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Sweet Pickle Relish takes these lunch classics from good to great.

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Forget the cut stuff. This provolone parmesan cheese sauce won’t hold a candle.

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Almost everything tastes divine on these vegetable sliders like avocado, feta cheese, cucumber or sprouts.

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Who needs a spitting pot of oil when the corn flake-encrusted chicken can become crispy like magic on a baking sheet in the oven?

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Try making your own sweet and flavorful pickles with serrano peppers, mustard seeds, dried dill, and more.

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