St. Patty’s Day Glazed Corned Beef Sliders
Blarney Busters are a delicious Peach-Glazed, Roasted Corned Beef Slider…A St. Patrick’s Day Favorite
Leave it to Cuss Kitchen to bring the ‘Luck of the Irish’ to a sandwich that will melt in your mouth. A great recipe, Sweet, salty, and ‘Oh so Tender’ corned beef makes a Bang On slider. It practically screams ‘Eat Me- I’m Irish!’ Great for Saint Patrick’s Day, but you will be craving them all year long…
The secret to the best St. Patty’s Day Corned Beef is to roast the corned beef Low and Slow (only a Feckin Eejit would boil it!). We finish it with a grand combination of sweet peach preserves and piquant grainy Dijon mustard. This Irish Slider is deadly brilliant- o make this recipe. Perfect for you Irish Cussers!
Make these sliders with a delicious Corned Beef Brisket. Make your corned beef in a covered roaster. We top the brisket with a beautiful peach glaze. The trick is to make corned beef the night before your Saint Patrick’s Day celebration so you can assemble these easy and amazing sliders and enjoy a perfect party. Whether you like corned beef or love corned beef – you have found a new tradition for the ones you love. Taste Memories!
Open your package of King’s Hawaiian Sweet rolls, and cut the rolls in half. Butter your slider buns and toast. Spread some of the preserves mixture on the bottom half of the slider rolls. Stack the delicious thin slices of corned beef on top of the preserves. Next add sauerkraut (one spoonful/drained). Place the top half of the bun on the slider, and skewer in the center of the Hawaiian rolls with a long pick. Sliders look delicious, and taste delicious- a great party food.
Blarney Busters (St. Patty's Day Glazed Corned Beef Sliders)
- Extra Long Wooden Picks
Roasted and Glazed Corned Beef
- 1 3-4lb Corned beef
- 1 18 oz Jar of Peach Preserves
- ¼ cup Grainy Dijon Mustard
Blarney Buster Slider
- 12 King's Hawaiian Original Sweet rolls
- ½ Stick Butter
- Thinly sliced Roasted and Glazed Corned Beef
- 1 16oz Cleveland Kraut (Roasted Garlic)
Roasted and Glazed Corned Beef
- Preheat over to 250 degrees
- Cut open the pouch containing the Corned Beef
- Drain the juices out of the pouch, but keep the spice packet
- Place corned beef in a roaster
- Empty the spice packet on top of the corned beef
- Mix Preserves and Grainy mustard
- Spread ⅔ of the Preserve mix over the top of the corned beef and cover the meat with the roaster lid. Put the remaining preserve mix aside.
- Put the covered roaster in the oven
- Roast low and slow for 5 hours
Assemble the Slider
- Slice the Hawaiian rolls in half and butter
- Toast the Hawaiian rolls
- Spread the preserves mixture on the lower bun
- Stack thinly slice Corned beef on top of the lower bun
- Add a drained spoonful of garlic 'Cleveland Kraut'
- Add the top bun and skewer the center with a long pick
Make the best-tasting Corned Beef by roasting Low and Slow the night before. You can also achieve delicious corned beef in an Instant Pot. Slow Cooker Corned Beef is also delicious. Deli meat cannot compare. (Give the corned beef a gentle warming right before serving.) Assembly of your Corned Beef Sliders on party day is then quick and easy (and hopefully you’ll have some leftover corned beef for after the party!)
Apricot preserves can be substituted for peach- also a Frickin’ delicious Corned Beef sandwich or an appetizer perfect for St. Patty.
Get creative with your Kraut! We love Garlic Sauerkraut – but Glazed Corned Beef and Kraut slider- Yum! Looks so good! You’ll be enjoying the most delicious… luck of the Irish
Salt and Pepper to taste
Optional: Some Corned beef lovers enjoy Thousand Island dressing- you might offer some in a small bowl.
Our Corned Beef sliders are the perfect party pleaser- Perfect Sliders for St. Patrick’s Day- or any day you can get them!