Plan a St. Patrick’s Day party with this Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board—with pastrami sliders, served on an epic charcuterie board!

Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

Sliders are a delicious finger food for any get-together, and these Cheesy Irish Sliders are SO GOOD! We served this board a few years ago, and it was a big hit. These sliders are made with pastrami (or corned beef), Dubliner Irish cheese, sauerkraut & Irish mustard on slider rolls are a must have!

Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and with that comes all of those tasty, Irish inspired recipes that I have here on my blog. BEST Corned Beef and Cabbage is one of my favorites, and so delicious served with the special aioli sauce.

Serve a Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board on an epic board with other “charcuterie” finger foods, and you have a party! Make the sliders with leftover corned beef or you can pick up a package at Trader Joe’s. You can also buy really good pastrami at Costco.

Easy Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board Recipe

Ingredients for making an Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

  • For this board we used these ingredients:
  • Irish cheese, salami, pub cheese
  • Veggies (think green!), and dips
  • Artichokes, sweet jalapeños, beets, olives
  • Don’t forget the crackers!

Follow this Trader Joe’s Cheesy Irish Sliders recipe, HERE.

Best Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board Recipe

Why gather around a charcuterie board?

If you’re looking for a good read on “gathering”, you may enjoy Priya Parker’s book, The Art of Gathering: How we meet and why it matters.

It’s a good, challenging read.

I’ve always been a connector, bringing people together. This way of hosting is a fun way to bring people together in a casual setting.

Priya writes about how gathering is good for us, and natural, and much needed. I’ll be sharing more as I dive deeper into the book.

For now, good things happen when people connect, and coming together around a delicious “board” is a great way to start!

Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board - spread

Host a St. Patrick’s Day charcuterie party

If you’re hosting for St. Patrick’s Day, then this party idea is for you! [Above, Irish Chocolate Cheese Board.]

Remember, folks, what makes my boards a little unique is that I use a board with a lip. It’s important to find a board that has this, so the food won’t fall off! Our boards are food safe, and you can grab the links below.

Easy Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

How to make a Irish Sliders

Trader Joe’s Cheesy Irish Sliders are made with corned beef or pastrami, Dubliner Irish cheese, and a delicious sweet mustard sauce, served on Aloha Rolls!

  • Don’t worry, if you don’t have a local Trader Joe’s, most grocery stores will have everything you need!
  • Sliders are the no-stress way to keep everyone happy. Just be sure to make an extra batch, so you can replenish the board if you need to.
  • Start with an epic charcuterie board, and assemble as much food as possible.

Cheesy Irish Sliders

  • Right before the guests arrive, pop the sliders into the oven.
  • Remove from the oven and serve warm.

How to make a Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

Prepare the board ahead of time, adding coleslaw or sauerkraut in the center, leaving space around the bowl for 2 rows of sliders.

You can chop and arrange and get the board ready ahead of time, before guests show up. Or, you can do it while the guests are mingling! There are no hard, fast rules, and when you have a casual hosting mindset, and focus on the people, it makes everyone more relaxed.

When the guests arrive, pop the sliders into the oven.

Tasty Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

More recipes too try:

Serve sliders warm (melted cheese, so good!) on the board with all the goodies!

Serve with these Pot of Gold Cookies [thanks to BakerMama]

Irish Cream Pistachio Brownies

Green Velvet Cheesecake Cake [thanks to RecipeGirl]

Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board - coleslaw

Why we gather

The table is a place to get to know one another, or a new idea, to laugh, or possibly even start thinking in a different way. We can challenge each other in thought and ideas, and when done in a civil way, it’s a beautiful thing.

If you’re looking for a good read on “gathering”, you may enjoy Priya Parker’s book, The Art of Gathering: How we meet and why it matters.

It’s a good, challenging read.

Magic happens around the table, and a delicious slider board, and St. Patrick’s Day, is a good place to start!

The Big Board®

Friends, The Big Board® is here! Yes, I’ve partnered with JK Adams, the premier woodmaking company in Vermont, with my own line of RE boards! [The board used in this post has not been available for years, which is why we pursued our own line.]

  • 20-inch round, maple
  • 26-inch round, maple
  • 12 x 36-inch maple
  • NEW 12 x 24-inch maple
  • 23-inch Lazy Susan (currently out of stock)
  • 26-inch ebonized BLACK, cherry
  • 12 x 36-inch ebonized BLACK, cherry
  • A board with a lip (or raised edged) so the food doesn’t fall off
  • FOOD SAFE
  • Made in the USA
  • Undercut handles (a unique design)

Thank you for your support, as we’ve sold out so many times already!

Order The Big Board® today!

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Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board

Ingredients

  • Cheesy Irish Sliders, (follow recipe in notes)
  • Coleslaw, make your own or buy at the store or sauerkraut
  • Dubliner Irish cheese
  • Hard cheese, we used Mayan Coffee Cocoa Cheese
  • Margaux de Brie cheese
  • Marinated artichokes
  • Sweet jalapenos
  • Cut beets
  • Giant chalkidiki olives
  • Pub cheese, sharp cheddar
  • Italian dry salami
  • Salami wrapped provolone
  • Garlic thyme baked crackers
  • Organic sweet potato crackers
  • Stone ground wheat crackers
  • Carrots
  • Snap peas
  • Cucumber slices
  • Pistachio nuts

Instructions

  • Prepare the board ahead of time, adding coleslaw or sauerkraut in the center. Leave space around the bowl for two rows of sliders.
  • On a large board or platter, place the dip in the center of the board. Arrange the vegetables around it.
  • Next lay down the hard cheese. In small bowls, arrange the olives, beets, jalapeños, pub cheese, and artichokes. Fill in the spaces with the remaining ingredients.
  • Make the slider recipe, bake, and place the warm sliders on the board right before serving!

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Notes

Use this Trader Joe's Cheesy Irish Sliders recipe! This post is reposted from March 2019.
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Cheesy Irish Sliders Charcuterie Board Recipe

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