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Kentucky Hot Brown Sliders

By: Reeni from cinnamonspiceandeverythingnice.com
Kentucky Hot Brown Sliders
Kentucky Hot Brown Sliders
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Everyone in the South knows how delicious a Kentucky Hot Brown is, and this recipe allows you to enjoy all of that deliciousness in a cute little package. These Kentucky Hot Brown Sliders transform the classic open-faced sandwich into miniature sandwiches that are perfect for feeding a crowd. Slices of turkey are layered with a simple cheese sauce, fresh tomatoes, and bacon on a sweet Hawaiian roll for an easy-to-eat treat that doesn't require a knife and fork. This easy Kentucky recipe is great for game days and Derby Day.

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Okay, let's be real. Kentucky Hot Brown is the food of the gods and this idea is genius.

This sandwich is stacked with deliciousness! It looks easy enough to make for a big crowd or just for a meal with my family.

I've never heard of these before, but I think sliders are awesome for parties.

What a great recipe for a Kentucky Derby party, I can't wait to use this!

That's a great idea! These would be perfect for potlucks or picnics because everyone can grab one and you don't need serving utensils.

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