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Honolulu Cheese Steak Sliders

12-count package Hawaiian dinner rolls (do not separate the rolls) Melted butter Garlic powder or garlic salt Sliced Provolone cheese Steak-umm beef slices, thawed, sautéed and chopped Choice of peppers: pepperoncini, hotter Jalapeno peppers or a mixture of bell peppers and onions (found in the freezer department of your market) 1/2 medium onion, chopped (if you don’t use the pepper-onion mix)

After following the instructions on creating the bottom half of toasted rolls (see above) you can sauté and chop the thawed Steak-umms. My friends sauté and chop the beef first and spread it over the bottom of the toasted rolls, then sauté the veggies separately. I think you can add the type of peppers and onions you wish to use to the beef and let everything sauté in the skillet at once. Spread the sautéed beef and vegetables over the toasted roll bottoms. This will save a little time and help meld the flavors together. Add another layer of provolone cheese over the beef and veggies. Cover this with the top half of the rolls. Brush them with butter and put the whole creation back into the oven for 5-10 minutes. When serving, you can slice into various size servings to suit your diners’ appetites. A one-roll slice makes a delicious slider. If for some reason you have some left over, they will keep well in your refrigerator. Just warm the leftovers in your oven or in your microwave. I’m pretty sure you’ll enjoy your own homemade sliders. Readers with questions or comments for Dave Kessler may write to him in care of this publication.