Friday, November 4, 2011

Not your mama's ham and cheese

One of the evils of Pinterest is that I see photos of yummy looking food.  This recipe is from Food.com.  I'll give you the recipe but it is found here. 
The recipe says that it is better when you let it sit overnight, but we made it and baked them on the same night.  I also cut the recipe down for the two of us, but still made plenty.  Doug and I had them for dinner on the first night...I had one for breakfast the next morning (yes, breakfast) and Doug ate them at lunchtime.  And a gal friend and I had them another evening.  The recipe calls them The Best Ham Sandwiches Ever...I might also add...the most fattening.  But, they are delicious!
You make these sandwiches with
sweet hawaiian rolls (the recipe calls for the small dinner rolls but I used the small sub rolls)
virginia ham
swiss cheese
3/4 C. butter
1 1/2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1 1/2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons dried onions
poppy seeds

I baked in my 9x12 alumninum cake pan.  I put two slices of ham per sandwich and topped with sliced swiss cheese.  Then you top the cheese with the top of the roll.  Then you heat the butter, mustard, worcestershire and onions in a sauce pan and pour over the top of the sandwiches.  Then you sprinkle with poppy seeds. 
Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.  Nom, nom, nom. 

12 comments:

Holly said...

I agree, those are sooooo good. I used a large disposable foil pan and filled it with these sammies and then took it camping with us last weekend. When we were ready to eat, I just threw the pan on the grill to heat up. It made about 24 sandwiches so everyone got some. So goooey and warm.

Kris said...

Morning Cheryl. I went to a party where these were served, then went home and made them! SWOON!! I blogged the recipe and it got a bazillion hits! These are so wonderful. I called them Hammy Sammy's!!
Raining here. Lovely! Have a good day!

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Dang, woman! These look delish!

ArtyMarti said...

Easy and so Yummy. Will try them for sure. Thanks

Chatty Crone said...

I have GOT to go to Pintereset. Those look wonderful. Thanks for the idea. sandie

From the Kitchen said...

It's the Virginia ham that makes them delicious!! I'm thinking these will make a delicious "snack" to have around for the holidays!

Best,
Bonnie

Joycee said...

Thanks, thanks a lot for this dangerous recipe! Just kidding, I can't wait to make them. Wild horses can't keep me away from recipes this good, thanks for sharing!

Karen said...

OOOH yum. Maybe I'll change dinner plans tonight.. these looks sooo good on a chilly evening.

TARYTERRE said...

Those look soo-oo yummy. Will have to use this idea soon. I can't seem to get into Pinterest. But everybody keeps coming up with great stuuf from it. So I'm going to try it again. Take care.

Joan said...

I have made these and they are truly yummy!

tainted with a positive view said...

Those do look good - I LOVE hot ham and cheese.

besswess said...

These were delicious! Thank you for sharing!

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