Teriyaki Pork Sliders
Good morning! Let me preface to say that I had absolutely zero plans of blogging this ‘recipe’. I knew I was going to have a little bit of leftover Crock Pot Teriyaki Pork from the recipe I shared yesterday, so I planned on incorporating it into some type of sandwich for the next night’s dinner. YOU GUYS. These little sandwiches turned out SO SO SO good! Oh my gosh! We were oooohing and ahhhhhing the whole time we ate! After 1 bite I decided I had to post the recipe here. If nothing else, so I will remember how I made them next time I have leftover pork or chicken LOL!
This is definitely more of a method than an actually recipe. You could totally substitute any kind of leftover (sauce-less) pork or chicken. The frozen smoked pork you can buy at the grocery store would be amazing as would a good ol’ fashioned rotisserie chicken! There are several things about these little sammies that work together to put them over the top. The first is the teriyaki mayo, which is just equal parts teriyaki sauce and mayonnaise. YUM! The second part is the pineapple. I soaked the pineapple in teriyaki sauce and grilled it on my indoor grill. You could definitely use fresh pineapple, but I just used the canned slices I had on hand. Last but not least: The thinly sliced red onion. #TrueLove
Y’all, if these Teriyaki Pork Sliders are wrong I don’t want to be right.
- Shredded cooked pork or chicken (Click here for the crock pot pork recipe I used!)
- Sliced pineapple
- Teriyaki sauce (I just used the homemade sauce in my teriyaki pork recipe but you could use bottled!)
- Thinly sliced red onion
- King's Hawaiian slider buns
Soak the pineapple in teriyaki sauce, grill if desired and set aside. Combine equal parts mayonnaise and teriyaki sauce in a bowl. Stack some pork on the bottom bun, followed by some of the teriyaki mayonnaise. Top with a pineapple slice, some red onion. Add the top bun and serve!