Right before Thanksgiving I was sent an amazing package from Woeber Mustard! They have sooo many mustards, mayos, and more! They are manufactured right out of Springfield, Ohio. One of the things I picked out of the box was their Cranberry Honey Mustard. My first thought was, “turkey and cheese slider!”
That one jar of yummy mustard inspired this incredible slider recipe! -And since then I’ve created various recipes from this one! It’s so much fun! I highly encourage you to make tweaks per your taste – or what inspires you! BUT you have to promise me one thing – – – even if you think you don’t like worshisire sauce, you have to use it in your recipe, it gives this taste that you will love!!
MY favorite thing about this recipe? It’s perfect for sprucing up these holiday left overs! This is a great way to take the left over ham and turkey to the next level!
Woeber’s Cran-Gouda Turkey Sliders
What you need:
sweet rolls – I used the Sara Lee sweet hawaiian rolls. They seem to be the biggest and best for sliders.
1lb turkey – If not holiday leftovers, I would order from the deli counter and ask for it cut extra thick.
Woeber’s Cranberry Honey Mustard
For the glaze:
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4th cup Woeber’s Worshisire sauce
1/2 stick of butter
1 clove of garlic minced
1 tbs Woeber’s Dijon mustard
What to do:
Coat your cake pan with non stick cooking spray
Prep your rolls and cut them open to be ready for a slider. The Sara Lee rolls are precut but just need some help.
Spread out your Woeber’s Cranberry Honey Mustard to the bottoms of your sliders.
Assemble out your turkey and cheese sliders in your pan.
Prepare your Woeber’s glaze – warm your sauce pan on medium – melt your butter + garlic. Add in the worshisire sauce, dijon mustard, and brown sugar. Warm only until the glaze starts to thicken.
Pour your glaze over your sliders + cover with foil.
Bake covered with foil for 15 minutes and then uncovered for an additional 3-5 minutes.
Are you hungry for a Woeber’s slider now? Woeber’s products can be purchased locally at Kroger, Meijer, and Family Dollar stores. They have sooooooo many condiments- even a mayo/ketchup blend that I must get my hands on! Definitely check them out and support local business next time you’re shopping for your condiments.
*This post was sponsored by Woeber’s but this recipe and my opinions are my own
Let me know if you make this recipe and how you put your spin on it! Instead of turkey-ham? Add pickles? Top with seeds? Let me know!