Let's be honest; when it comes to "pink," the first word that comes to my mind is "rosé." The trend that--let's be real-- isn't going anywhere anytime soon, rosé symbolizes the perfect unifier for gatherings of all occasions and, especially in this case, for Galentine's Day.
During a season of sports championships and gatherings, these pretzel bun reuben sliders will please any fan—I was especially drawn to the pretzel tops' resemblance of football lace, so I knew they're be perfect to serve for the Super Bowl.
One bold bite, and you'll have a winning night despite the score on the screen!
Makes 12 sliders
12 mini pretzel buns
12 slices swiss cheese
12 ounces pastrami (or corned beef, if preferred), shaved
1 jar sauerkraut
Thousand island or dijon dressing
1. Turn broiler on high. Slice pretzel buns in half and layer bottom halves with a slice of swiss, ounce of pastrami, and spoonful of sauerkraut. Place on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
2. Broil sliders for 2-3 minutes, until cheese melts and buns turn golden brown. Serve with Thousand Island or grainy mustard dipping sauces.
When it comes to choosing one dish or one drink choice at a restaurant, I struggle to make the right choice. I always opt for group gatherings and shared plates to allow myself to taste and try a variety rather than confine myself to one flavor profile or texture. You can therefore imagine why I become giddy when seeing a beer flight option on tap room menus!