SPAM and Cheese Sliders

Two tours to Iraq and both times my son returned home, this is the first thing he wanted me to cook for him.  Silly boy!  I used to make these little breakfast sandwiches for my kids all the time.  They are quick, tasty and can be consumed on the go.  All three of my children have continued the tradition of making these for their families.  The dipping sauce was added recently to my recipe, as was the term "slider".

Two tours to Iraq and both times my son returned home, this is the first thing he wanted me to cook for him. Silly boy! I used to make these little breakfast sandwiches for my kids all the time. They are quick, tasty and can be consumed on the go. All three of my children have continued the tradition of making these for their families. The dipping sauce was added recently to my recipe, as was the term “slider”.

SPAM and Cheese Sliders

10 Servings - Serving Size: 2 Sliders

SPAM and Cheese Sliders

Two tours to Iraq and both times my son returned home, this is the first thing he wanted me to cook for him. Silly boy! I used to make these little breakfast sandwiches for my kids all the time. They are quick, tasty and can be consumed on the go. All three of my children have continued the tradition of making these for their families. The dipping sauce was added recently to my recipe, as was the term "slider".

Ingredients:

  • 1 can (12 ounce) SPAM
  • 5 slices of american cheese
  • 2 cans (7.5 ounce) flaky layers biscuits
  • 1/8 cup honey mustard dipping sauce

Directions:

  1. Cook biscuits according to package instructions.
  2. Cut SPAM lengthwise into 10 pieces.
  3. Cut each piece in half for a total of 20 squares.
  4. In a large skillet, place pieces of SPAM in a single layer.
  5. Grilled over medium high heat just until SPAM starts to brown, turning once.
  6. While SPAM is grilling, cut each piece of cheese into 4 squares, stacking neatly.
  7. When biscuits are done, using a pastry brush, brush the tops with honey mustard dipping sauce.
  8. To assemble take one biscuit and using a fork, break the biscuit open in the middle.
  9. Place one square of cheese on the bottom half of the biscuit.
  10. Top the cheese with one piece of SPAM.
  11. Replace the top half of the biscuit.
  12. Place completed biscuit on a serving platter.
  13. Continue the assembly process until all sliders are made.
  14. Serve warm with additional honey mustard dipping sauce if desired.
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