Easy Muffaletta Sliders

In the South, there are 3 things we go wild about our Football, our Southern Heritage, and foods from our Southern Heritage. Easy Muffaletta Sliders are one of those fabulously delicious mouth-watering foods from our Southern Heritage that fit the bill on Gameday.

How can you go wrong with one of the most flavorful recipes the South has to offer? Made with layers of marinated olive salad, giardiniera relish, Genoa salami, Capicola Ham, Swiss cheese, provolone, and mortadella on Pepperidge Farm Slider Buns, then pressed to perfection on a Panini maker till the cheese is hot and gooey.

Easy Muffaletta Sliders #ADI am totally excited to share one of my all-time favorite go-to menu items for gameday. When I tell you these Muffaletta Sliders are crazy good, I seriously mean it. They totally bring out the happy side of my Southern American-Italian side in a way I can’t begin to describe.

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I decided this time I was going to try out my recipe for Easy Muffaletta Sliders on Pepperidge Farm Slider Buns instead of the Muffaletta bread we usually use. The outcome was awesome since it added a whole new layer of flavor to the sandwich. Can you imagine all the flavors going on here?

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I also added a hint of a mayo spicy mustard mixture to our Muffaletta Sliders this weekend, since my husband really loves that extra bit of bold flavor on his Muffaletta Sliders. I know, I know it’s not a traditional condiment on Muffalettas, but it’s his Southern side coming out Y’all, he can’t help himself. Bless his little heart.

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To make the Muffaletta Sliders crispy and melty I like using my Panini maker and using the lined side to make them look like they have a little more personality and character. Let me tell you those Pepperidge Farm Slider Buns really had a beautifully lined golden brown character when we were done.

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Some of you are probably wondering just how a notably looking Italian Sandwich ended up being a Southern thing? Well, it is the creation of early Sicilian immigrants who came to the Port of New Orléans from the Port of Palermo in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. These lovely immigrants settled close to the busy French Market, which would come to be known as Little Palermo or the Italian Sector.

Ingredients you will need
  • 12 slices of thinly sliced Swiss cheese
  • 24 slices of thinly sliced Mortadella
  • 24 slices of thinly sliced Genoa salami
  • 24 slices of thinly sliced spicy Capicola Ham
  • 12 slices of thinly sliced Provolone cheese
  • 1/2 cup chopped marinated olive salad
  • 1/2 cup of giardiniera relish
  • 12  Pepperidge Farm Slider Buns  of choice

 

 

5 from 5 votes
Easy Muffaletta Sliders
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
25 mins
 
In the South, there are 3 things we go wild about our Football, our Southern Heritage, and foods from our Southern Heritage. Easy Muffaletta Sliders are one of those fabulously delicious mouth-watering foods from our Southern Heritage
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American, Southern
Keyword: Muffaletta, Sliders
Servings: 6 People
Author: Heidy L. McCallum
Ingredients
  • 12 slices of thinly sliced Swiss cheese
  • 24 slices of thinly sliced Mortadella
  • 24 slices of thinly sliced Genoa salami
  • 24 slices of thinly sliced spicy Capicola Ham
  • 12 slices of thinly sliced Provolone cheese
  • 1/2 cup chopped marinated olive salad
  • 1/2 cup of giardiniera relish
  • 12 Pepperidge Farm Slider Buns of choice
Instructions
  1. Preheat Panini maker if serving hot.
  2. Separate the Pepperidge Farm Slider Buns
  3. Layer starting at the bottom Swiss cheese, Mortadella, Genoa salami, spicy Capicola Ham, Provolone cheese, a bit of the chopped marinated olive salad, and finally the giardiniera relish. Place the tops on and cook on a panini maker until lightly browned and the cheese has melted.
  4. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

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