Sliders Recipes

One-bite sliders are perfect for serving on game day, allowing football fans to keep their eyes on the screen and not on their plates.

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Mini Man Burgers

Alton Brown keeps his patties simple with ground chuck, garlic and onion powders, kosher salt and fresh ground pepper.

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Waffle Chicken Sliders

Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark’s petite version of this soul food classic is almost too cute to eat. They use a baking mix for the waffles to cut down on prep time, but make the fried chicken from scratch with a traditional buttermilk marinade.

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Bobby's Buffalo Chicken Sliders

Bobby Flay combines two game-day favorites into one portable snack by filling miniature buns with shredded chicken, blue cheese and a zippy mango-and-habanero dressing.

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Chipotle Porky Joe Sliders

Complete your party menu with Michael Symon’s mini burgers. The Iron Chef kicks up his sloppy joe filling –– made out of pork butt and chopped bacon –– with seasonings like cumin and chipotle.

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High Tea Meatball Sliders

Meatball sandwiches aren't typically thought of as haute cuisine, but Rev Run dresses his sliders up with homemade marinara sauce, fresh basil and plenty of cheese.

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Crispy Tuna-Cake Sliders with Citrus Slaw

Seasoned with fresh parsley, diced celery, cayenne pepper and garlic, and topped with Nadia G.'s tangy Dijon mustard-infused slaw, these tuna-cake sliders may be light, but they're also loaded with flavor.

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Pulled Pork Sliders with Brussels Sprouts Slaw

Upgrade slow-cooker pulled pork with crunchy-creamy Brussels sprouts slaw. The dressing packs a tangy punch with buttermilk, Dijon mustard and lemon.

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Sloppy Jane Sliders

Kelsey Nixon uses turkey instead of beef for a lean slider that's deliciously messy and comforting. Considering the short preparation time and good-for-you nutritional stats, these Janes look (and taste) anything but sloppy.

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Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders

Try Ching's Chinese-inspired take on an American classic: pork meatballs bound by soy sauce, sesame oil, rice wine and scallions and sandwiched between sweet buns with peanut oil, ginger and hoisin sauce.

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Buffalo Blue Sliders

Kelsey's cute, spicy burger bites turn everyone's favorite wings into grilled fare. Top them with her homemade blue cheese dressing and a few celery leaves to round out the buffalo chicken flavors.

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Hamburger Sliders

Good ol' burger sliders get a fancy upgrade with one simple ingredient: pretzel buns. 

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Meatball Sliders with Mozzarella and Basil

These cute mini burgers start with homemade meatballs cooked in a quick tomato sauce. Serve them in buns to turn them into finger food.

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Banh-Mi Sliders

"Banh-mi" means bread in Vietnamese but generally refers to a popular sandwich that's made with meat or tofu and topped with pickled vegetables. This version is made out of pulled pork shoulder and topped with crunchy pickled cucumbers, carrots and jicama.

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Swiss Cheeseburger Sliders

In addition to melted Swiss cheese, Aida suggests providing your guests with a wide range of topping options, such as guacamole, salsa, honey mustard, bacon and pickles, for a DIY slider bar.

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Sliders with Chipotle Mayonnaise

Bobby Flay tops his all-beef sliders with a chipotle mayonnaise that's infused with smoky, spicy adobe chiles and zesty lime.

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Barbecue Chicken Sliders

The secret to Nealey Dozier's perfect barbecue chicken is not in the braise, but in what comes next. To get the blackened, crispy ends that you expect from a barbecue joint, you've got to throw the chicken under the broiler. Soft, fluffy potato buns and a quick vinegar slaw balance the rich meat, forming the ultimate game-day sliders.

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Queen-of-the-Castle Sliders

This Hungry Girl recipe makeover of fast-food sliders has half the calories and a fraction of the fat, but all of the original flavor.

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P.J. Clarke's Signature Slider Recipe

This famous slider recipe couldn't be simpler (it's just beef and cheese), but it's proof that when it comes to making a great burger patty, it's more about the quality of ingredients than the quantity.

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Duck Confit Sliders, Banh-Mi Style

Michael Symon mixes classical French cooking with Vietnamese-style sandwich preparation for a one-of-a-kind slider. Succulent duck meat is perfectly balanced by the tangy-sweet pickled carrots and a creamy aioli on these miniature fusion sandwiches.

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