Monte Cristo Sliders

Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Our Monte Cristo Sliders are delicious with every flavor of the Monte Cristo Sandwich. It takes no time to make this recipe and these sliders will be on the serving table. We make these with ham, turkey, a gooey cheese, special sauce,a delicious fruit preserve on a special little slider bun, baked in the oven and topped with confectioners sugar, no wonder they are so good! These sliders will be great to serve for any gathering where we want to serve a little something. We have served these for many occasions and they are really a big hit everytime. 
How To Make Monte Cristo Sliders
Start With The Bottom Of The Sliders
In a Sprayed Baking Dish
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
A Dollop Of That Amazing Preserves
On The Center Of Each Bun
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Spread The Preserves Over The Buns
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Begin The Layers
First Layer Turkey On Top Of All Of The Buns
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Next Layer Ham On Top Of The Turkey
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Top The Layers With Swiss Cheese
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
With Our Special Sauce Cover The 

Inside Tops Of The Slider Buns

Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Place The Tops Of The Buns On The Top Of The Sliders

Then Brush The Tops With Butter

Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Bake In The Oven

Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Monte Crirsto Sliders
Miz Helen's Kitchen
12 sliders rolls
12 tablespoons raspberry preserves
1/2- pound turkey, deli sliced on number 2
1/2- pound ham, deli sliced on number 2
6 slices swiss cheese
1/2 cup butter, melted and divided
1 egg, room temperature, beaten
1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
Confectioners Sugar, garnish
Slice the slider rolls horizontally (keeping them connected) and place in the bottom of a 9 X 13 baking dish that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
Place one tablespoon of raspberry preserves on top of each of the bottoms of the rolls.
Spread the raspberry preserves across all the bottoms of the rolls.
Next layer, turkey, ham and swiss cheese.
In a mixing bowl whisk together 1/4 cup melted butter, and the beaten egg. Add the Worcestershire Sauce, Dijon mustard and mayonnaise.
Spread the butter and egg mixture on the inside of the top rolls and place them very carefully on top of the sliders in the baking dish.
Brush the remaining 1/4 cup of melted butter on top of the rolls.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until the rolls tops are turning brown and the cheese is melting.
Remove from the oven and garnish with confectioners sugar.
Cut the sliders and serve hot.
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Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
Out Of The Oven and Ready To Serve
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
These Sliders Are Delicious!
Monte Cristo Sliders at Miz Helen's Country Cottage

Thanks so much for stopping by the cottage today to spend some time with us. You got here just in time to try the Monte Cristo Sliders with us and so glad you are here we always enjoy your visits. Have a great week and come back to see us real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
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  1. Two questions:

    1) Do you recommend seedless raspberry preserves for this slider recipe?

    2) When you specify having the turkey and ham "sliced on number 2," what does that mean? Can you give a comparable thickness description to help me and I'm sure many others understand what thickness that represents? Wherever I've purchased deli meat, I've ordered by description... If I wanted a chunk I'd tell the deli employee and describe by approximate length (inches). But, if I wanted slices, then I'd say slice thick, medium thick, medium, medium thin, thin, very thin or shaved. Would the thickness you mean be close to medium, or something else? It's hard to tell from the photographs. I could ask the deli employee, but do all brands and models of slicing machines have the same numbering? I don't have that information. I just know I've never ordered by a setting number before or heard any customer alongside me at the deli counter order by a setting number, and this is the first time I've ever seen a setting number given in a recipe as a directive for how thick to have a deli meat ingredient sliced for a recipe. And you didn't say how thick to have the Swiss cheese sliced. Would you help me out here?

    Thanks. The sliders sound awesome! I've never had a Monte Cristo sandwich before, but just happened to have saved a recipe for them from a Sun-Maid Raisin 100th Anniversary Cookbook I found online. That recipe used raisin bread for the Monte Cristo sandwiches. Going to love trying that recipe and this recipe for Monte Cristo sliders. Will be interesting to compare them... one with the raisin factor and the other with the raspberry preserves.

    1. Hi J. Mac Neal,
      To answer your question's
      1. The preserves that I used in the recipe is not seedless, however you could certainly use seedless if you choose, it would not change the taste of the recipe.
      2. I would say that if your Deli does not cut by numbers, I would ask for a medium thin slice, and the cheese slice would also be a medium thin.
      Thanks so much for stopping by today and I sure hope you enjoy the sliders! You have a very special day!
      Miz Helen

  2. Yum, my very favorite sandwich, and great idea to bake a pan of them!

  3. Oh my word, I must make these for my next get together!! Thank you for sharing, Miz Helen!

  4. Well, these are something my boys would certainly eat - I'm going to try this very soon! Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday.

  5. Makin' my mouth water again!! These look amazing! Thanks for sharing at our What's for Dinner party. Hope you have a safe and wonderful week ahead.

  6. I have awayss loved these and never made them the recipe is exactly what I remember in flavors. Thxs


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