Looking for an easy, crowd pleasing party food? These roast beef sliders topped with melted provolone cheese and cranberry horseradish sauce are full of flavor and take less than 10 minutes to make.
I’m always on the lookout for delicious and easy party foods to add to my recipe collection. Everyone knows that good food is an essential party of any gathering, but sometimes it can feel overwhelming to come up with ideas that 1) won’t break the bank, and 2) will be a hit with guests.
The first time we threw a Kentucky Derby party, I was at a loss about what to serve. I wanted to serve a variety of finger foods, but also have something substantial to soak up the mint juleps, if you know what I mean. :)
At the grocery store that day, they were offering samples of thinly sliced London Broil deli meat, along with some Dietz and Watson Cranberry Horseradish Sauce. It was SUCH a delicious flavor combo, and I got the idea to turn it into a slider.
The tang of the horseradish sauce pairs so well with the roast beef. The subtle cranberry flavor also makes these sliders a fun, casual party food for the holidays.
If you can’t find the cranberry horseradish sauce at your store, you can substitute any horseradish sauce of your choice, or you can make your own homemade horseradish sauce.
Normally I don’t experiment when I’m entertaining, but I knew this recipe would be foolproof. And it was! Everyone loved it.
This slider recipe is versatile because you can make just a few, or make a whole bunch of sliders for a crowd.
They are delicious right out of the oven, but they are just as good after they’ve cooled to room temperature (and they’d taste great right out of the fridge the next day as well.)
Easy Roast Beef Sliders
- baking sheet
- 1 lb roast beef deli meat
- 1/2 lb provolone cheese
- 12 slider rolls
- 1/2 cup horseradish sauce* see notes
- Pre-heat oven to broil.
- Slice rolls in half (if not pre-sliced) and spread horseradish sauce on the top half of the rolls. Set aside.
- Place the bottom halves of the rolls onto a baking sheet. Top with roast beef and provolone cheese.
- Place under the broiler until the cheese melts and begins to bubble.
- Remove and top with the other half of the roll, securing with a toothpick.