Serve these beautifully seasoned Crock-Pot Asian Sliders at your next party or even just for dinner. Asian seasonings are used while cooking a pork roast and then slider rolls are topped with the juicy tender meat and a crunchy Asian slaw. I dare you to just eat one!
My kids have begged to go out for dinner the past couple of days but honestly it’s not in the budget for this family of 6 to be eating out all the time. They wanted Chinese food from our favorite restaurant but it wasn’t happening. So I was trying to come up with something that was sort of different (because frankly we have eaten a whole lot of spaghetti and mac n cheese this week), had that Asian flare and didn’t cost me an arm and a leg. I already had most of the ingredients on hand either in my pantry or in the case of the pork – in the freezer.
All I needed to go get for this one was some slider rolls (I used dinner rolls from Walmart, you could also use Hawaiian sweet rolls) and some broccoli slaw to make a quick slaw to top the sliders with.
If you don’t know what broccoli slaw is let me school you. It is basically the stems from broccoli julienned really small, with a bit of red cabbage and shredded carrots thrown in. You could make it yourself I guess if you have mad knife skills. But seriously, I don’t have that kind of time and you can buy a bag right in the produce section of most grocery stores. Look for it next to the bagged salads.
You could actually make this without the slaw, but I think the crunch adds something to these sliders and just makes them perfect.
Now…how do these taste? A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!
Seriously I don’t even want to tell you how many little sliders I had.
Serve these for dinner, lunch, for a party…just make them!
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