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Brushed with a decadent butter sauce and topped with creamy havarti cheese, these Easy Turkey Sliders on Hawaiian rolls are a dream come true. They’re ready in 30 minutes and are the perfect party food!
Hawaiian roll sliders are a staple in my household. They are just too easy to make ahead of time, and everyone loves them. One of my family’s favorites is this turkey sliders recipe!
Complete with creamy havarti cheese and a delectable butter sauce, these Hawaiian roll turkey sliders are beyond delicious – and they’re so easy to make.
Simple ingredients, easy to make ahead of time, and ready in 30 minutes… turkey slider recipes just don’t get any better than this. I could make them every week and my family would not get tired of them!
What cheese goes best with turkey?
Turkey pairs best with mild cheeses that melt well.
Havarti cheese is our cheese of choice. It’s creamy, melts beautifully, and tastes just plain delicious with both deli turkey and leftover turkey meat from the holidays.
Try these other cheeses for your baked turkey sliders:
- White cheddar
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Butter Sauce for Sliders
We make a delectable butter sauce to brush over top our turkey and cheese sliders using:
- Worcestershire sauce
- Dijon mustard
- poppy seeds
- and dried minced onion.
This creates a decadent, rich sauce that adds so much flavor to these easy baked sliders.
You can also use our Garlic Butter Herb Sauce to top the sliders with. Complete with garlic and fresh herbs, this butter sauce is a game changer.
How to Make Turkey Sliders
- My favorite party rolls to use in this recipe are Hawaiian rolls. They are so sweet and buttery! You can also use potato rolls.
- If the butter sauce is too thick, you can heat it in the microwave to thin it out a bit before pouring, or simply brush it on using a basting brush.
- The best part about Hawaiian roll recipes like this one is you can switch up the ingredients however you like! Try adding toppings like Million-Dollar Bacon.
This is the best recipe if you’re wondering what to do with leftover turkey. After Thanksgiving, I love making leftover turkey sandwiches for my family. These simple turkey sliders are perfect for that!
What to Serve With Turkey Sliders
Try serving our easy turkey sliders with a side of:
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Turkey Sliders Recipe
- 9×13" baking dish
- 24 Party Rolls we use Hawaiian rolls
- 24 slices turkey
- 12 slices creamy Havarti cheese sliced thinly
- ½ cup unsalted butter melted
- ½ tablespoon Dijon mustard
- ½ tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
- 1½ teaspoons poppy seeds
- 1 teaspoon dried minced onion
- Preheat the oven to 350°F.Slice the tops off the rolls and carefully set them aside until ready to use. Lay the bottom halves of the rolls in a 13×9 casserole dish.Layer cheese slices on the rolls to cover rolls completely. Overlap the cheese as needed. Layer turkey sliders on top of the cheese. Fit one slice of turkey on each bun.Carefully top with buns.
- In a small bowl, combine ½ cup melted butter with ½ tablespoon Dijon mustard, ½ tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce, 1½ teaspoons poppy seeds, and 1 teaspoon dried minced onion. Whisk to combine and pour on top of the buns. Use a pastry brush to spread the glaze evenly.
- Bake in the oven preheated to 350°F for 15-20 minutes until the cheese is nicely melted and the sliders are warmed through. Serve and enjoy!
- Be sure to fit one slice of turkey on each bun, so once they are cooked they will pull apart easily without pulling the turkey off of another bun.
If you overlap the turkey to more than one bun you will have to cut through them after they are cooked to make sure they will pull apart easily.
- If the butter sauce is too thick you can heat it in the microwave to thin it out a bit for pouring or you can brush it on.
Photography by Marion Myers.