Yesterday was another warm and beautiful day. My hubby and I decided to grill on our outdoor patio and enjoy the sunshine. I have been wanting to make another slider ever since I made these cheeseburger ones last week. At first it was about finding an excuse to enjoy King's Hawaiian sweet dinner rolls again. In the end, all the flavors just worked together to make the sweet rolls even better than I remembered.
I made our grilled chicken sliders and topped them 2 different ways. My hubby wanted his topped with mayonnaise, swiss cheese, bacon, tomato, and jalapenos.
1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Weber Kickin Chicken seasoning
Allegro original marinade
King's Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls
Toppings of Choice:
Place chicken in a gallon zip lock bag and pound to 1/2 inch thickness. Remove to a plate and season both sides with Weber Kickin Chicken seasoning. Pour 1/4 cup Allegro marinade into zip lock bag, add chicken, and seal up the bag. Place in the refrigerator to marinade for at least 2 hours.
When ready to cook, drain off the marinade. Grill chicken on an outdoor or indoor grill pan until cooked through. Let rest for a few minutes. Cut chicken into slices and place on rolls. Add your favorite toppings and enjoy!
Any leftover chicken is great on a mixed salad the next day. And you won't feel so bad for eating all those King's Hawaiian sweet dinner rolls the day before!
Theses look perfect! I love the Hawaiian sweet bread. I used to eat that stuffed with apricot for breakfast when I lived in Hawwaii. We also love Allegro I always use it on our steaks, along with onion powder and a touch of Montreal stak seasoning. My daughter's friends always like my steak. They tell there mom to get my recipe so they can make it like I do at home!ReplyDelete
We are lucky and get to grill year round. I havn't done grilled chicken in awhile!
Those sliders are making me hungry! Thanks for stopping by. I am so glad I could share the funnel cake recipe. HAppy weekend!ReplyDelete
Sound and look like some delicious sliders! I love the way you make them 2 ways. I love varieties! :) Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I love reading comments and appreciate you took the time to write it. I'm going to browse around your site....:)ReplyDelete
Happy blogging and have a wonderful weekend ahead.
these sound mighty good my son who loves chicken sandwiches would love thisReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining Friday Potluck -- I love chicken sandwiches... and am dreaming of these with a big fat ring of pineapple on top. Yum!ReplyDelete
I hope you'll swing on over and enter the CSN giveaway I'm hosting this week :)