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Wed, Mar 12 2014 post by admin

Lucky you, Lucky Sliders!

Lucky Sliders are so cute and ideal for St. Patricks's Day.  

St. Patricks Day is this coming Monday, March 17th!  I'm all about making memories with my kids.  Any holiday is a excuse to get them together and be a little silly!   I am so excited to repost this recipe from Melissa.  I get excited about finger foods, sliders or anything mini and even more excited about  "Free Printables".  Well, its our LUCKY day, because we get both!  Check out these sliders...

 

With St. Patrick's day just around the corner, I've got beef and greens on the brain! What kind of special meals do you cook for the holiday? My mom used to dye everything green, then after my brother lived abroad in Ireland for a couple years, we started a little tradition of corned beef and cabbage. I love corned beef, but not the cabbage part. Not so much. Here's my take on an irish meal that you'll be able to whip up in no time and is sure to get your tastebuds doing a little jig.

 

 

Instead of steamed and lifeless cabbage, we're going to roast spinach. It's healthy and packs a crunch!

  1. Pull out 9-12 rhodes rolls from the freezer and allow to thaw and rise. For bigger sandwiches, try the texas rolls or the loaf bread.
  2. As soon as the rolls are ready to bake, preheat the oven to 365 F. Toss a few handfuls of spinach in a bowl with a tablespoon of oil. Add sesame salt, parmesan and a touch of garlic powder.

 

 

Arrange coated spinach evenly on a sprayed or lined cookiesheet. Put both spinach and rolls in the oven for 10 minutes. Remove the spinach after 10 minutes and set aside to cool. Cook the rolls until goldenbrown on top.

 

 

Slice up mozzarella, cucumbers (avocado would be delicious, too), and roast beef. I purchased roast beef from the deli counter. Beef pastrami would work well here, too.

 

 

Once the spinach and rolls are cooled, scrape the spinach off the cookie sheet and place atop the beef.

 

 

Assemble your sandwich. A little mayo on the roll is very delicious.

 

 

Serve! Garnish with a toothpick and green flag for more Irish festiveness.

 

 

Click the button below to download the "lucky you" flag. Enjoy!

LUCKY YOU FLAG DOWNLOAD

"Lucky You" flag is subject to ISLY terms of use: This freebie is free for personal use and should not be distributed without the express consent of Melissa Esplin. Please link with love.

 


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Lucky Sliders

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 10 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 12 min

Lucky Sliders
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Ingredients

Pull out 9-12 rhodes rolls from the freezer and allow to thaw and rise. For bigger sandwiches, try the texas rolls or the loaf bread.
As soon as the rolls are ready to bake, preheat the oven to 365 F. Toss a few handfuls of spinach in a bowl with a tablespoon of oil. Add sesame salt, parmesan and a touch of garlic powder.

Instructions

Arrange coated spinach evenly on a sprayed or lined cookie sheet. Put both spinach and rolls in the oven for 10 minutes. Remove the spinach after 10 minutes and set aside to cool. Cook the rolls until golden brown on top. Slice up mozzarella, cucumbers (avocado would be delicious, too), and roast beef. I purchased roast beef from the deli counter. Beef pastrami would work well here, too. Once the spinach and rolls are cooled, scrape the spinach off the cookie sheet and place atop the beef. Assemble your sandwich. A little mayo on the roll is very delicious. Serve! Garnish with a toothpick and green flag for more Irish festiveness.

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