If there's one Thanksgiving dish that intimidates me, it's the bird. And, if there's one Thanksgiving dish that doesn't lend itself to being cooking in a tiny apartment and then carried two blocks to a bar for people to eat during a cocktail party, it's definitely the bird. But, a Thanksgiving party of any sort does seem to call for turkey. My solution: sliders.
(Recipe makes 24 2-oz sliders)
24 Hawaiian rolls, sliced in half
48 oz ground turkey
Half a 14-oz package of stuffing, prepared
Half a can of cranberry sauce (or make it from scratch)
Toothpicks (optional: decorated with washi-tape flags)
Step 01. Shape ground turkey into 24 2-oz patties. Heat a bit of olive oil in a skillet over medium-high heat.
Step 02. Cook each patty for about 5 minutes on each side or until cooking throughout.
Step 03. Place patties on bottom buns. Top each with a scoop of stuffing, and spread a bit of cranberry sauce on the underside of each top bun. Secure each slider with a toothpick.