Roast beef sliders follow in a long tradition that began back in the 1940s.
When the hamburger slider was invented it was given its name by US sailors.
The name described how in two small bites the greasy slider just slid right down your throat.
Sliders became a lovely new way of eating something that was no longer a whole meal on its own.
It gives the eater the option of lots, or a few to enjoy as a meal or a snack.
What Are Roast Beef Sliders?
Sauteed onions give this slider great appeal, maybe with extra sprinkled onion powder.
Sliders are often popular on game day, along with chicken wings and beer.
However, remember to drink alcohol responsibly!
How To Make Roast Beef Sliders
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Cut the buns you are using in half, and layer the bottom portion of the bums into a 9X12 inch pan.
In a separate bowl mix the mayonnaise and horseradish, and spread on the top half of the buns.
On top of the cheese goes the sauteéd onions, just split them evenly.
Place in the oven and bake uncovered for about twenty minutes or until the cheese has melted.