The holiday season is finally here and people across the globe are currently in a festive mood. From decorating the house to organizing parties, you are surely busy with all the last minute preparations. Right? That’s why we thought of helping you a little. Here we have a quick and easy recipe, which can be ideal to serve as an appetizer to your guests at the party. It’s the cheesy pizza sliders. You read that right. This dish contains the rich flavors of both sliders and pizzas. Does that sound delicious? So without further ado, let’s take you through the recipe.
Sliders vs. Sandwiches: What’s the Difference?
For those who are not aware of what a slider is, it is a sandwich-like dish with different types of fillings inside. Now you must be wondering why it isn’t called one sandwich after that! So here is the answer for you:
– Slider is an American term for a small sandwich.
– Sliders are usually much smaller than a regular sized sandwich.
– Sandwiches are made with white, brown or multigrain breadwhile the slider includes bun or ladi pav in the recipe.
– While a sandwich can provide a healthy meal, a slider is usually enjoyed as a starter.
– Sliders are also smaller than a burger in size and contain fewer ingredients in the stuffing.
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This super delicious recipe is shared on social media by Chef Guntas Sethi. “Who doesn’t love pizza and sliders? So combining these two makes for a mouth-watering recipe that I bet you won’t be able to stop at one bite,” she writes.
To make this dish you need pizza saucebasil leaves, melted mozzarella cheese and garlic butter – all stuffed into a bun and baked to perfection.
All you have to do is cut the pope from the middle, apply pesto on one side and top it with cheese, olives, jalapeno, another layer of cheese and close it. Brush butter on the outside of the bun and bake for 20-25 minutes. And you have cheesy pizza sliders ready to be tasted. Good appetite!
Watch the detailed recipe video for pizza sliders here:
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