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I am delighted to welcome Marla from Organic Life On A Budget to our contributing team. What a way to make her entrance with these delicious Pork Sliders!
I developed this recipe for Pork Sliders when trying to think of a new type of Easter dinner.
I don’t know about you, but in my family we always like trying something new with our holiday dinners, and Easter is no exception. Several years ago we broke away from the traditional ham and deviled eggs, and started a tradition of trying a new meal at each holiday.
I thought this Easter would be a great time to try these Pork Sliders alongside Roasted Potato Salad. This is a budget-friendly, healthier alternative to the traditional ham dinner.
These Pork Sliders are so quick and easy to prepare. You just sear the medallions, then pop them in the oven to finish cooking.
I use a large baking sheet, that would easily fit 30+ medallions, which allows this recipe to be easily adaptable. You can make it for a small group or you can feed an army without spending much more time in the kitchen.
The holidays are all about family and coming together for a nice meal, and Easter is no different. This meal makes it easy to entertain without spending all of your time in the kitchen.
Assembling the sliders is so easy. I always serve these with homemade roasted garlic gravy, it is all you need, but leave extra for dipping!
On the side, I like to serve a Roasted Potato Salad. The potato salad is such a simple, yet delicious homemade dish that nicely complements the pork. Roasting the potatoes gives them such a rich flavor, that all you have to do is toss them in olive oil and add a few chives, then you have a perfect side dish.
So whether you are feeding just yourself, or if you have all the relatives coming for Easter dinner…give these Pork Sliders and Roasted Potato Salad a try.
You will spend less time in the kitchen, and everyone will be so pleased with such an unexpected, delicious dish!
Do you have any non-traditional Easter dinners you would like to share? I’d love to connect with you below.