About a year ago my husband got to try the King’s Hawaiin Sweet roll, the large bowl one. You know, the one people usually put the Spinach Artichoke Dip in from the Knorr’s Package recipe.
He loved the rolls!
Then we found them in the small slider size version, so he kept saying, we need to pick some of those up and do something with them. And that we did.
We had a Pork Roast sitting in our fridge that we needed to use before it went bad. He put it in a pan with aluminum foil, covered it in his BBQ sauce and put it in the oven to cook. He put it in at 350 degrees for about an hour and checked to make sure it was thoroughly cooked. Then we pulled it out, placed it in another pan, shredded it up, poured the sauce down over it and stirred it around so all pieces got covered.
Slice the rolls in half.
A cheese square was broken up in to quarters and fit quite nicely.
Then dip on your meat.
Place the top on and a bit more BBQ sauce if you’d like or any other condiments. and as Emeril would say BAM! You got yourself a Pork Slider. And they were mighty mighty tasty if I do say so myself! I should know, I may or may not have had 3…..